Gallery: UAE Bee'ah's office of the future

From digital workspaces to smart back-office integration, and from smart lobby-visitor management to smart security, employees and visitors at Bee'ah's new headquarters in Sharjah will experience a range of cutting-edge AI features.
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Bee’ah’s new HQ considered the first AI integrated buildings in the MENA region and one of the smartest worldwide.
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Leading global technology leaders Microsoft, Johnson Controls and Evoteq selected as partners for Bea’ah’s office of the future.
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The groundbreaking first-of-its-kind project by Bee’ah is envisaged to bolster the UAE’s positioning as a global hub for ICT and operational innovation.
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The office of the future is a realization of the UAE leadership’s aspirations to develop sustainable smart cities.
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Designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid Architects
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Top executives from Bee'ah, Microsoft, Johnson Controls and Evoteq were present
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Bill Jackson (L), vice president and president, Global Products, Building Technologies & Solutions, Johnson Controls.
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Bee’ah’s futuristic new headquarters will be fully-powered by renewable energy and optimized for the sustainable use of resources to have zero net energy consumption and achieve a LEED platinum certification - the highest recognition awarded to green buildings.
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Bee'ah headquarters is set to open by the end of 2019.
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Using its Digital Vault offering and extended capabilities built on Microsoft Azure, Johnson Controls will work with Microsoft to outfit the new building with intelligent edge systems, devices and software designed to optimize energy efficiency, make the best use of available space and help the building’s occupants be more productive through a virtual AI persona.