- ADEK will leverage region’s leading interconnected technology exhibition to spotlight four flagship ICT-related projects facilitating service delivery across extended stakeholders networks
- 42 Abu Dhabi to highlight revolutionary coding school’s unique learning methodology at Abu Dhabi Government pavilion
“Participating at GITEX Global is an opportunity to showcase how ADEK continue to harness cutting-edge technology to drive transformation and innovation across the education sector,” said H.E. Amer Al Hammadi, ADEK Undersecretary. “Our service-oriented projects demonstrate the Department’s commitment to developing and enhancing digital stakeholder service delivery as part of our ongoing digital transformation, which is in full alignment with Abu Dhabi’s wider digital agenda and the four pillars of Government Services, Government Solutions, Data and Artificial Intelligence, and Ecosystem Enablement.”
During GITEX Global, which runs October 17 – 21 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), ADEK showcases its Service Catalog, a unique digital gateway for stakeholders including parents, schools, and industry partners. Providing access to and management of all ADEK services, the automated system assures process transparency via a centralized list of internal and external services provided by ADEK’s multifaceted divisions, directing users to tailored solutions to their particular requirements.
ADEK also presents its smart Licensing System, which enables nurseries, Private, and Charter Schools to submit new service requests, and track and manage licensing-related applications. The smart system utilizes optical character recognition (OCR) technology which enhances operations to ensure higher efficiency and faster service delivery for stakeholders.
Finally, as part of ADEK’s presence in the Abu Dhabi Government pavilion, Marcos Muller-Habig, Chief Technology Officer at revolutionary coding school 42 Abu Dhabi, will host a talk to explore the disruptive school’s tuition-free peer-to-peer learning methodology on October 19. Muller-Habig will dive into how the 42 Abu Dhabi syllabus creates flexible learning pathways via a project-based, gamified approach designed to cultivate creativity, collaboration and self-discipline, effectively handing students ownership of their learning journey in the absence of conventional classrooms or teachers.