Giza Systems implements an intelligent traffic system in the new administrative capital

Cairo, Egypt – Giza Systems has been selected with the best technical / financial offer for the tender proposed by the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD), to implement one of the most important projects of the new administrative capital “Transport and Smart Traffic Systems”, which is implemented for the first time in Egypt, in partnership between Giza Systems and Military Production as the technological arm of the Ministry of Military Production.

“We are delighted to work with Giza Systems in one of the most important projects in the administrative capital, to implement an integrated model of intelligent transport and traffic systems for urban communities, which is implemented for the first time in Egypt, in order to become a generalizable model in new towns to contribute to the development of society, economy and environment within the framework of the Egyptian plan for sustainable development. We proudly consider the previous work of Giza Systems as one of the pillars of the ICT industry,” said Mohamed Khalil ACUD CTO.

The Intelligent Traffic System (ITS) project aims to solve the recurring challenges and problems faced by urban cities, which lead to economic losses, hinder mobility and greatly affect our environment. ITS provide a number of benefits, including reducing response time to traffic incidents, reducing congestion, ensuring law enforcement, optimizing traffic, and generating analytical and statistical reports. allowing operators to make informed decisions.

“Giza Systems will implement the Intelligent Traffic System, integrating multiple intelligent solutions and functions under a unified ITS platform that will shift the entire traffic experience from a static to an adaptive and dynamic experience,” said Ahmed AbdelAzim, Transport Sector Sales Manager at Giza Systems. . He continued, “Using Big Data and Adaptive Traffic technology, the solution uses the data generated to power a dynamic traffic system that reacts to incidents and even generates forecasts for safer and more efficient traffic management.

This is in addition to the Administrative Capital Services application for residents, visitors and workers which uses traffic data generated and linked to public transport services and intelligent parking systems. It also uses intelligent traffic system related data analysis, which expands to include environmental factors to help maintain the administrative capital’s environmental health.

Giza Systems has the unique experience, know-how and qualified technical executives that span the various sectors/vertical areas to deliver this critical infrastructure project for the new administrative capital. Its diverse experience and references in Egypt and the region have positioned the company as a digital transformation enabler capable of managing mega-projects for smart cities addressing multiple integration aspects for these critical infrastructures.

“We are very proud to work again with ACUD on yet another strategic project for the New Capital, and to have been selected for the best technical and financial offer by the Smart Cities Projects Committee, formed in 2016 by Dr. Mostafa Madbouly , the Prime Minister of Egypt, to implement this intelligent traffic solution,” said Ahmed ElShafaey, Government and Military Sector Sales Manager of Giza Systems. He added: “Smart cities are at the heart of sustainable development, as they leverage technology, digital solutions and integration to drive efficiency, growth and sustainability. We feel truly privileged to contribute to Egypt’s path towards this vision of a smart and sustainable future.

Giza Systems won this project after many others the company has implemented in the administrative capital, such as the smart buildings project for the Administrative Control Authority, the Parliament, the MASA complex, the Opera and its recent Egypt International City Award for Olympic Games Operations Center; all of which paved the way for Giza Systems’ understanding of the growth and sustainability needs of smart cities.


About Giza Systems

Giza Systems, a digital transformation leader and systems integrator in the MEA region, designs and deploys industry-specific technology solutions for asset-intensive industries such as telecommunications, utilities, petroleum and gas, transport and other market sectors. Giza Systems helps clients streamline their operations and businesses through their portfolio of solutions, managed services and consulting practices. Giza Systems’ team of 1,400 professionals is spread across the region with anchor offices in Cairo, Riyadh, Dubai, Doha, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Abuja, Kampala and New Jersey, enabling the company to serve an ever-growing customer base in over 25 countries.

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About ACUD

The Administrative Capital Corporation for Urban Development was established to be the owner and promoter of the new administrative capital project. The company undertakes the planning, construction and development of projects in the administrative capital in Egypt, which has an area of ​​170,000 acres and is about 45 km from Cairo and about 70 km from Suez, and is planned to accommodate approximately 6 million people when its construction phases are fully completed.

The New Capital has been designed as a smart city that works with the latest technologies and this translates into the presence of integrated networks of infrastructure, streets, public services and buildings, all working intelligently to guarantee the best solutions. and the continued development of the city. , also operating on renewable energies and the rationalization of consumption, which ensures the sustainable development of the city.

The administrative capital was created to reduce overcrowding in Cairo and create investment opportunities. It will be the seat of government ministries, parliament, the Senate, the presidential palace and the diplomatic quarter. It also includes several monuments, the most important of which are the Al-Fattah Al-Alim Mosque, the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ, the City of Arts and Culture, the Islamic Cultural Center, the City of Knowledge, the City of sports, the financial and business district, Almasa hotel…etc.

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