Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) Participates in IKTVA 2022 Forum & Exhibition

25.01.2022 KSA
Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) Participates in IKTVA 2022 Forum & Exhibition

Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) Participates in IKTVA 2022 Forum & Exhibition

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The Advanced Electronics Company (AEC), a Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) company, is participating in the In-Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA 2022) Forum and Exhibition organized by Saudi Aramco from 24-26 January 2022.

Through such participation, AEC aims to develop the local manufacturing sector, enhance global competitiveness by supporting the diverse economic environment, and help build a prosperous future for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

CEO of AEC Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam indicated that AEC’s participation is part of its endeavors to take advantage of the opportunities offered by this significant event in developing the local manufacturing sector, Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence, as well as contributing to raising the level of global competitiveness by supporting the economic environment and help to build a prosperous future for the Kingdom.

“AEC is very proud for having won IKTVA’s 2020 Excellence Award in the category of “Best in Saudization” in the manufacturing sector. Winning this award is a recognition of AEC’s efforts in supporting Saudi talents, representing more than 85% of the company's 2200 employees, including 800 highly skilled and certified male and female engineers working in various fields,” Eng. Al-Musallam added.

“AEC enjoys strong and strategic relationships with Saudi Aramco, which enabled the company to widen its horizons in the electronic industries, IoT and artificial intelligence. Both companies have previously succeeded in developing the “Data Diode” device, a locally-developed product that can easily be installed, configured, and maintained and provides utmost safety from cyber-attacks and external intrusions. Furthermore, this technology helps bolster the trust in the Kingdom's local capabilities,” he added.

AEC and Aramco recently entered into a partnership through the Industrial Digital Business (IDB) under the industrial investment program, Aramco Namaat, which aims to complement various digital hubs in Saudi Arabia, maximize local content, contribute to GDP growth, create new jobs, and accelerate digital talent development. To accelerate the digital ecosystem development in the Kingdom and support efforts to enable the IoT technologies, computing, communication, robotics, drones, and semiconductors that complement the expansion of the Kingdom’s digital ecosystem, the partnership was established.

Established in 1988 and headquartered in Riyadh, AEC is a leader in the electronics, technology, and manufacturing industries. The company designs, develops, manufactures, maintains, and repairs advanced systems and products in the defense and aerospace, information and communications technology, security, and energy A bedrock of our strategy at Saudi Aramco is to create value in every aspect of our business, maximizing long-term economic growth and diversification.

Through the In Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) program, Saudi Aramco is taking action to drive additional domestic value creation to support a rapidly changing economic environment and foster future prosperity.

Working with its suppliers, Saudi Aramco will capture value that produces long-term tangible benefits - quality jobs for a growing Saudi population, innovation and diversification of industry, and increased global competitiveness.

As well as driving domestic value creation, IKTVA prioritizes consistency and transparency to create a level playing field for more than 1000 suppliers that Saudi Aramco is engaged with across our local and international network.

Designed to amplify the efforts of Saudi Aramco’s partners and investments, IKTVA was developed and tested through extensive consultation, both in Kingdom and internationally.



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