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Students will be back on campus in UAE

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Students will be back on campus in UAE

Schools across UAE will begin the second semester offline in January 2022.

As the situation is now under control, students will be back on campus in UAE. Authorities have decided to begin the second semester offline in schools. The second semester will be commenced in January 2022.

It was announced on Tuesday that all the schools in UAE will operate function at 100% capacity from January 2022. Also, school buses will work at full capacity.

However, masks and social distancing will still remain mandatory for all the students. Students will have to wear a mask on the school premises and on the bus as well.

As seen, schools in Sharjah and Dubai are already running at 100% capacity. Now, the schools across the UAE will also welcome back all the students to the campus soon.

All the teachers and staff members of the schools that have been fully vaccinated are advised to get booster shots according to their eligibility. This advice was given by Al Mansouri.

Also, the authorities have decided that all the covid safety measures will be taken into consideration.

The announcement was made after a sharp decline in day to day covid-19 cases. Another reason for the decision is the strict measures taken by the country’s schools and colleges to obtain students carefully.

However, only fully vaccinated students will be allowed to reside in university hostels. In case, a student is not physically fit to get vaccinated, he or she will be allowed to stay in the hostel only after getting PCR test results every week.

All the schools and colleges across UAE suspended their campus learning in March last year. The reason behind this was the Covid-19 pandemic.

And now with everyone’s efforts, the situation is coming to normalcy. So after more than a year, students will be back on campus in UAE.

 

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Hackers are thwarted by UAE’s cyber defenses

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Emiratis strengthen cyber defenses

Several countries are working closely with the UAE to strengthen the digital ecosystem. IT infrastructure of the nation told Dr. Mohamed Al Kuwaiti. The UAE government’s cyber -security chief. In an exclusive interview with The National. Dr. Al Kuwaiti said collaboration with several countries was the key to the UAE’s success.

Above all, A leader in the UAE government’s cyber security department, Dr. Mohamed Al Kuwaiti. Said the country is in the process of building a secure, robust cloud infrastructure.

Above all, He said that to build and maintain the UAE’s digital ecosystem. Several other countries must participate, according to The National.

“All businesses at every scale and government enterprises can conduct their business seamlessly from the UAE with our state-of-the-art advanced cloud ecosystems.”

However, Mr. Al Kuwaiti stated on the sidelines of Intersec. A global event focused on emergency services, security, and safety held at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

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In the UAE, as in other nations, the country is undergoing digital transformations. Which are making us more dependent on technologies, and there are more and more. Moreover, it opens a larger threat landscape to counteract cyber crimes, top experts from the private sector are working with big and small companies.”

Cyber criminals have emerged as the biggest threat to cybersecurity

Moreover, Providing investors across the globe with platforms like this conference. Which helps us work together to enhance our cyber security and to stop cybercrime.

Which isn’t a problem that belongs exclusively to one country. However, A large part of the cause of cybercrime and ransomware attacks comes from the misconception that they are someone else’s problem.

However, Cybercriminals have emerged as the biggest threat to cybersecurity in the past few years. Ransomware allows criminal hackers to take over an organization’s computer system and encrypt its data, then demand ransom to release it.

The number of such attacks might be inaccurate because many might have gone unreported, with victims paying the cybercriminals.

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First signals transmitted by the Dewa satellite

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First time the nanosatellite Dewasat-1 has sent a signal from space

This is the first time the nanosatellite Dewasat-1 has sent a signal from space. The satellite launched by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority on a SpaceX rocket.

On Thursday has reached a low orbit of between 525 and 530 kilometers above earth.

Taking roughly 90 minutes to orbit the globe, the satellite travels at a speed of 7.5km per second. The Dubai nanosatellite will enable Dewa to expand its utility.

To reach through the launch of nanosats that support a primary satellite.

Increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of our production, distribution, transmission, and charging stations divisions, as well as our smart grids, will be possible thanks to this.”

The satellite technology could prove useful to utility companies as it allows them to map.

Moreover, Monitor their infrastructures and determine the effects of their operations on the environment. This information may also be useful for improving their services.

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Dewasat-1 is the first of many satellites

Dewasat-1 is the first of many satellites that Dewa will launch over the coming years. Including satellites to boost the performance of photovoltaic solar panels at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the largest solar park in the world.

As part of the Space-D program, Dewa will use nanosatellite technology in addition to its terrestrial wireless network. To improve communications and enable the digitalisation of its electrical and water networks, said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, chief executive of Dewa.

Among the features of the project are the use of multispectral. High-resolution thermal imaging devices, such as those found on spacecraft, to collect and analyze data.

However, These devices are particularly suitable for use in electricity and water networks and will be deployed to detect thermal fingerprints in high voltage transmission lines.”

 

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Abu Dhabi research centre to set up propulsion centre

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The Advanced Technology Research Council is to set up a propulsion center to help to put the nation on the fast track in the global space race. The propulsion research center will embrace advances in technology in an effort to make spacecraft go faster and further than before. As well as improve their fuel efficiency and carbon emissions.

Above all, The cutting-edge strategy aims to cement the Emirates’ growing status as a leading player in the space sector.

Over the last few years, the country has made great strides. From placing its first astronaut on the International Space Station to sending Hope Probe on a successful mission to Mars. In a first for the Arab world.

Now the capital’s nerve center for future innovation hopes to steer its lofty ambitions to even greater heights.

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Many people were skeptical about the research

Moreover, At the opening of the ATRC research center about a year ago, Faisal Al Bannai. Secretary-general of ATRC, acknowledged that many people were skeptical about the research. Center’s ability to attract global talent and patent breakthrough solutions.

An alternative energy research center will focus on water security and improving technology applications amid a growing push to convert utility grids to renewable energy.

However, The new research center will build on the UAE’s strengths in genetic engineering, biomaterials, and autonomous devices, and focus on breakthroughs in health care, food, and agriculture.

The state-of-the-art center already has seven operating labs in areas such as quantum computing. Where the building of the Middle East’s first quantum computer is underway – and cryptography.

Abu Dhabi’s applied research initiatives are a critical part of the UAE’s efforts. To diversify from a reliance on oil exports and develop a knowledge-based economy.

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