Fibre optic networks, a key technology in the telecommunications sector, are an “essential part” of the smart cities strategy being developed as part of the New Kuwait 2035 economic diversification vision.
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At present, around 122 homes have been deployed the technology as part of Phases 1 and 2, with future plans including an expansion by 120 homes from various governorates in Kuwait.
told the country’s state-held Kuna that fibre optics technology was an important tool to measure economic success, describing it as “vital” to the roll-out of internet of things (IoT) systems.
IoT is a key element of the New Kuwait 2035 vision, and Al-Shatti said fibre optics would be “the door to carry out such an ambitious plan”, according to Kuna’s report.
The Kuwaiti government has spent billions of dollars to date on projects that will help it achieve the goals of New Kuwait 2035, a seven-pillar programme that aims to secure the Arab country’s future through economic sustainability.
As part of the push for Vision 2035, as the programme is also dubbed, smart city-led contracts will have to be developed in the country’s building sector, experts said at Construction Week’s Leaders in Construction Kuwait 2018 summit last October.
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