The Communications, Space and Technology Commission (CST) held a panel discussion on digital innovations for sustainable development, in conjunction with  the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) which celebrates “Digital Innovation for Sustainable Development , with the participation of an elite group of sustainability experts across the Kingdom’s sectors. 

The session was moderated by Mr. Naif Sheshah, the Deputy Governor for Strategy and Digital, as it showcased digital innovations and their impact on achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs) and reviewed experiences and lessons learned from using technologies, as well as collaboration in the field digital sustainability.

Dr. Ahmed Alsohaily, Group Head of Technology at the Red Sea Global emphasized that sustainability is the heart of all the company’s projects, and a mean for our destinations’ excellence that attract visitors from around the world, and Dr. Rakan Alseghayer, Acting Digital Sustainability Director at STC indicated that leading a sustainable future requires pioneering and innovative solutions that elevate the ICT sector and harness it services. 

While Mr. Abdulrahman Alzamil, GM of Sustainability Enablement at Ministry of Economy and Planning discussed technology’s importance in developing innovative solutions  to address complex sustainability issues more effecintly,  and Dr. Abdulaziz Alhomod, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics CEO Advisor at the Ministry of Health highlighted the technology role in transforming the world, leading us toward a future where smarter, faster, and more effective healthcare is a reality for everyone.

CST is keeping up with the WTISD through its strategic partnership with ITU, to achieve joint goals and raise awareness of the potential and success stories that promote digital innovation and achieve SDGs.

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  • Publish Date:
  • 17/05/2024
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