Dubai and the UAE are building a reputation with start-ups from around the world for having one of the largest markets in the world for aerospace, defence and space with investments in space technologies exceeding $5.4 billion and an $47.4 billion aviation sector, which is approximately 13.3 per cent of the country’s GDP.

Aerospace Sector is an important sector for both the Emirate of Dubai and the UAE as a whole as it pursues its ambitious goal of establishing the first ever inhabitable human settlement in Mars by 2117.

Autonomous Transportation

70% of the Emirate's residents prefer to use autonomous transportation as opposed to conventional transport, compared to the global average of 58%, signifying a higher than average demand for autonomous vehicles when compared to the rest of the world. With leading transportation infrastructure in the region, it is no surprise the population of Dubai is ready for widespread adoption of this technology.

Other areas of investment

الصناعات المتقدمة Advanced Manufacturing

تشمل الأنشطة التجارية مثل الطباعة ثلاثية الأبعاد وتقنية النانو Includes business activities such as 3D Printing, Nanotechnology

التكنولوجيا Technology

تشمل أنشطة الأعمال مثل Blockchain والذكاء الاصطناعي والمزيد Includes Business activities such as Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and more

أبدع من دبي Creative Industry

تفتخر دبي بأكثر من 28000 زائر من 48 دولة مختلفة إلى 106 متاحف في دبي و 105 معارض ، وتسعى دبي جاهدة لتكون ... “A global centre for culture, an incubator for creativity and a thriving hub for talent” With dedicated creative spaces, Dubai's thriving cultural and creative community has sparked an increasing interest throughout the region and has earned a firm spot on the global creative map.

الخدمات المهنية Professional Services

يُعدُّ قطاع الخدمات المهنية في دبي من أسرع القطاعات نموًا، إذ يبلغ معدل نموه 2.9% ليصل معدل مساهمته في الناتج المحلي الإجمالي 3.7% في عام 2019. وهو بمثابة منصّة The Emirate’s Professional Services sector is one of its fastest-growing, rising at a growth rate of 2.9% to a total GDP contribution rate of 3.7% in 2019…



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