“The new administrative capital will redefine smart living and enable a competitive and diversified economy in line with the national development objectives outlined by Egypt Vision 2030." © SOM
“The new administrative capital will redefine smart living and enable a competitive and diversified economy in line with the national development objectives outlined by Egypt Vision 2030." © SOM

Egypt's new capital signs deal for high-tech security

Egypt has signed an agreement with technology company Honeywell to provide city-wide security and surveillance systems for its new capital.

The agreement was signed between the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD) and Honeywell to fulfill the first of three phases in the development plan of the new capital smart city, which is currently unnamed. 

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