Arabtec Construction

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Established in 1975, Arabtec Construction LLC is the largest subsidiary of Arabtec Holding PJSC, and delivers social and economic infrastructure projects including high-rise developments, airport terminals, luxury villas and iconic landmarks. Arabtec has undertaken projects in the UAE, wider GCC, North Africa and Asia.

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The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has signed two landmark strategic partnerships that will further accelerate the regeneration of AlUla as it moves from the planning stage to implementation following the launch of its masterplan in April, 2021. The agreements with AECOM and an international French consortium comprising Egis, Assystem and Setec set out a comprehensive development timeline based around three phases that lead up to 2035.Phase 1 development amounts to SAR 57+ Bn / ...

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The Guardian | July 17, 2020

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“We don’t have a car or a bit of a train hanging from the ceiling in our department,” says Dr Claire Lucas, director of studies for systems and biomedical engineering at the University of Warwick. “We’re making face masks at the minute, and we’ve got other humanitarian engineering, such as a shaking bridge that helps us with earthquake modelling. It helps visiting prospective students rethink what engineering really is.” That rethink is ne...

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In our current state, artificial intelligence and generative design are some of the most exciting advances in engineering technology. However, should we be fearing that our jobs as engineers and designers can quickly be stolen? Having jobs stolen by robots is not a new fear, but it hasn’t always been one that extended into more technical career paths. Seeing how a robot could steal a manufacturing worker's job may be easy, but come on, they could never do what I do. Now, it’s sta...

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TRANSFORMATION OF ALULA GATHERS PACE AS RCU SIGNS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS WITH AECOM AND EGIS-LED FRENCH CONSORTIUM

AECOM & Egis | October 29, 2021

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has signed two landmark strategic partnerships that will further accelerate the regeneration of AlUla as it moves from the planning stage to implementation following the launch of its masterplan in April, 2021. The agreements with AECOM and an international French consortium comprising Egis, Assystem and Setec set out a comprehensive development timeline based around three phases that lead up to 2035.Phase 1 development amounts to SAR 57+ Bn / ...

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A RETHINK IS NECESSARY TO INSPIRE WOMEN ABOUT STUDYING ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSITY

The Guardian | July 17, 2020

“We don’t have a car or a bit of a train hanging from the ceiling in our department,” says Dr Claire Lucas, director of studies for systems and biomedical engineering at the University of Warwick. “We’re making face masks at the minute, and we’ve got other humanitarian engineering, such as a shaking bridge that helps us with earthquake modelling. It helps visiting prospective students rethink what engineering really is.” That rethink is ne...

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SPECIAL BLEND OF CIRCUITS AND MEMRISTIVE DEVICES CREATED FOR BRAIN-MIMICKING PROCESSING SYSTEMS

Phys.org | March 24, 2020

During the 1990s, Carver Mead and colleagues combined basic research in neuroscience with elegant analog circuit design in electronic engineering. This pioneering work on neuromorphic electronic circuits inspired researchers in Germany and Switzerland to explore the possibility of reproducing the physics of real neural circuits by using the physics of silicon. The field of brain-mimicking neuromorphic electronics shows great potential not only for basic research but also for commercial exp...

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Interesting Engineering | February 19, 2020

In our current state, artificial intelligence and generative design are some of the most exciting advances in engineering technology. However, should we be fearing that our jobs as engineers and designers can quickly be stolen? Having jobs stolen by robots is not a new fear, but it hasn’t always been one that extended into more technical career paths. Seeing how a robot could steal a manufacturing worker's job may be easy, but come on, they could never do what I do. Now, it’s sta...

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