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Thursday, January 21, 2021

Etisalat Digital, FAB Collaborate on Smart Building IoT project

Etisalat Digital and First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) announced a strategic partnership to deploy a cloud-based IoT Smart Building solution, providing the bank “anytime anywhere” access and ease of operations across its entire portfolio.

This is the first deployment of a portfolio-wide IoT smart-building management system for any of the UAE banks. The IoT solution – to be implemented across FAB’s buildings and data center – meets the bank’s requirements to integrate its existing legacy system into a state-of-the-art IoT platform, built and hosted in the Etisalat Cloud. It includes a series of software applications and dashboards addressing alarms, fault detection, predictive analysis and centralized monitoring.

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