MCIT And Honeywell Dedicated To Lowering Energy Use In Commercial And Residential Buildings
Friday, 25 November 2022
To promote sustainability, lower energy consumption, and enhance operational efficiency in Egyptian government facilities, Honeywell and Egypt's Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Honeywell's reputation for delivering long-term smart city solutions in Egypt and the wider Middle East and North Africa area will be bolstered as a result.
Honeywell plans to implement its Honeywell Buildings Sustainability Manager software and hardware solutions in two key government buildings as per the terms of the agreement: the New Governor's Building in South Sinai and the Sharm el-Sheikh International Hospital. Honeywell Buildings Sustainability Manager is a set of tools powered by Honeywell Forge that aims to lessen buildings' negative effects on the environment and promote carbon neutrality. Smarter, more sustainable buildings that don't sacrifice occupant comfort are within reach for MCIT thanks to the use of AI and ML.
Khaled Hashem, president of Honeywell Egypt and North Africa, said, "Honeywell is happy to partner with MCIT to promote Egypt's sustainability goals using digital technologies, in support of Vision 2030." In order to better control indoor air quality, carbon emissions, and energy consumption, as well as other sustainability performance measures, this MOU "provides a framework for Honeywell and MCIT and to investigate potential to deploy innovative technology across important government facilities."