Ajman free zone launches geographic information system – News


The Ajman Free Zone (AFZ) announced on Sunday the launch of the addition of the Geographic Information System (GIS) to its digital services.

This decision is part of its efforts to strengthen its support to the business and investor community through technological innovations, and was made during its participation in Gitex Technology Week 2021. This step builds on also on AFZ’s commitment to integrate GIS programs into the commercial system, projects, applications and operations to facilitate the customer journey, improve the level of satisfaction of commercial partners and strengthen the commercial attractiveness and competitiveness of the Emirate of Ajman.

Ali AlSuwaidi, General Manager of Ajman Free Zone, expressed his enthusiasm to unveil the new system at Gitex Technology Week 2021, as it is the largest technology fair in the Middle East, in North Africa and South Asia. He noted that the launch of the GIS is a major step towards achieving the objectives of the free zone to provide the best solutions and systems to its partners, whether individuals or companies.

The event serves as a major platform to highlight AFZ’s remarkable progress in developing digital infrastructure and accelerating the pace of digital transformation to create a competitive and attractive business environment that meets the demands and the expectations of investors seeking to take advantage of the promising opportunities available in Ajman.

AlSuwaidi said: “GIS, which is compatible with international standards, is developed to improve the quality and efficiency of the services provided to our clients, as well as to advance the restructuring of our digital infrastructure by digitizing and automating our smooth customer journey transactions and procedures.

The Geographic Information System offers a comprehensive set of integrated services that provide customers with direct access to accurate information about AFZ locations, with a map that shows vacant areas, including all related facilities and locations to proximity. The system also includes 360-degree images for evaluation and virtual inspection of the site before booking it, as well as a virtual navigation assistant. In addition, it allows virtual and real interaction with the AFZ robot known as Ghaith, and GPS services can be used to locate public places. The system is compatible with the customer portal and the website.

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