DUBAI: In a video captured on the International Space Station, Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi announced a strategic partnership between the Museum of the Future and the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, both located in Dubai.
Announcing the partnership, Al Neiyadi said: “This partnership will achieve new milestones in the UAE’s technology and space sectors, striving to reach even higher heights in a country that does not know the word ‘impossible’. high.”
The agreement was signed by Salem Humaid Al Marri, director-general of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC), and Khalfan, CEO of the Dubai Future Foundation. Belhoul) signed. The alliance aims to pave a path towards innovation, ambition and pioneering for the future, embodying the vision of the future of Dubai and Dubai by His Highness Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai Vision. United Arab Emirates.
Through this partnership, the Museum of the Future will coordinate various events and initiatives with MBRSC to highlight the UAE’s efforts in space exploration and showcase ambitious projects such as astronaut training for the next generation of future pioneers.
The signing of the agreement was attended by Omar Sultan Al Alama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications and Deputy Managing Director of Dubai Future Foundation; Hamad Obaid Al Mansouri Al Mansouri, Chairman of the MBRSC Board of Directors; Youssef Hamad Al Shaibani, Vice-Chairman of the MBRSC Board of Directors.
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In April, the museum held a live call with ISS astronaut Al Neyadi, which attracted more than 130 local and international media representatives.
MBRSC also announced the details and objectives of the second mission of the Emirati Astronaut Program in February 2023 at the Museum and welcomed the first Emirati Astronaut, Hazza Al Mansouri, at various meetings and events organized by the Museum.
The Museum of the Future is dedicated to the future of space, with an entire floor dedicated to the future of humanity in space in 2071.
The strategic agreement was signed at the Museum’s inaugural Partners’ Gala in recognition of its strategic partners and their extensive efforts for the Museum.
The meeting was attended by many government officials and directors of major local and international companies who contributed to the establishment of the museum as a global knowledge platform and an international center for the design of the future.
Al Marri said: “We are delighted to enter into this partnership with the Museum of the Future. This partnership not only aligns with our shared vision of making space science more accessible, but also ensures that the programs we build are culturally relevant and contribute to our sustainable for the community.”
He added: “Our ultimate goal is to inspire learners by creating meaningful connections with MBRSC’s mission and initiatives. This partnership further provides opportunities for children and families in the UAE to engage, learn and expand their knowledge of space and understanding. We are grateful for the museum’s commitment to co-developing this program, and together we are poised to shape a future that integrates space science into our everyday conversations and learning.”
“This strategic partnership will strengthen our efforts to contribute to the exploration of outer space and improve the quality of life on Earth as part of our commitment at the Museum of the Future to advance knowledge, science and technology for the benefit of society,” Belhour said. The partnership also highlights the UAE’s extraordinary achievements in space and will continue to support our leadership’s vision for Earth and outer space.”
He added: “We are also delighted to announce this partnership in the presence of our strategic partners who have contributed to the success of this journey, through which we provide great thinkers, scientists and researchers with It provides a platform for them to conduct research and development.”
Since its opening in February 2022, the museum’s partners have organized numerous events, conferences and forums, hosting renowned experts and specialists from around the world, giving them the opportunity to learn about Dubai’s vision for its future and how this can benefit the industry as a whole Provide vision. world.
The Museum of the Future also features an entire floor of the “Tomorrow Today” exhibition, where strategic partners can showcase their future-facing innovations, robotic prototypes, artificial intelligence systems, and multiple interactive experiences that offer a glimpse into potential realities decades into the future.