The Dubai Accelerator Program connects various companies to government investment opportunities in the United Arab Emirates. Now a company that specialises in using Mixed Reality (MR) for education is joining the program.
zSpace is a firm that concentrates on using augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology to enhance learning. It has distributed its technology to schools, colleges and medical schools all across the United States and over a dozen countries across the world. The inclusion of zSpace into the Dubai Accelerator Program will allow the firm to work with UAE companies and government agencies to explore now opportunities and agreements.
“We are honoured to have been accepted into the Dubai Future Accelerators program,” said Paul Kellenberger, CEO of zSpace, Inc. “The Dubai Future Accelerators is the largest government-supported accelerator in the world, with the capability of transforming the future. At zSpace, we believe we are delivering a transformative learning experience to students, and together I hope we can shape the future of education.”
“For those with vision and drive to face the challenges of the future and create innovative solutions, we have launched the Dubai Future Accelerators” said H.E. Abdulla bin Touq, CEO of the Dubai Future Foundation. “We warmly welcome this next round of companies to work with our leading government bodies and to use our city as a living testbed for new technologies.”
The Dubai Future Accelerators Program began in 2016, launched by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and has created over $33 million USD in commercial partnerships and pilot programs since it began,
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