Omnix International and Saudi Council of Engineers Sign MoU to Empower New Generation of Engineers in the Kingdom
Riyadh – Asdaf News:
Omnix, an end-to-end digital solutions and services pioneer, announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE), a scientific vocational council that promotes the development of the engineering profession, to train and empower a new generation of engineers in the Kingdom. As part of the agreement, Omnix will facilitate SCE member engineers to get certified by international accreditation systems and offer the exchange of consultancy and engineering expertise between the employees of the SCE and Omnix.
Omnix will provide specialized training programs to SCE members in the field of Building Information Modelling (BIM), Digital Construction, Multimedia, 3D Laser Scanning, computer-aided design (CADD), and technical linkage to provide and exchange information of common interest.
Speaking on the MoU, Walid Gomaa, CEO of Omnix International said, ” As part of our commitment to contributing to the Saudi Vision 2030, we have partnered with the Saudi Council of Engineers to empower a new generation of Saudi engineers with cutting-edge technologies and skills. As part of our joint MoU, we are investing in training and upskilling to build Saudi’s work force of the future. This is our leap in strengthening our ties and gathering speed in the momentum of our regional growth. We look forward to working with the SCE and replicating this initiative in other regions as well.”
Simran Bagga, Vice President of Omnix Engineering and Foundation Technologies at Omnix International added, “We are delighted to collaborate with the Saudi Council of Engineers with an aim to provide them with access to our latest innovative solutions, technologies and specialized training programs. This partnership will enhance their capabilities and will undoubtedly play an immense role in upskilling them and contributing to the overall development of the engineering profession in Saudi Arabia.”
“Thanks to Engineer AbdulNasser bin Saif Al-AbdelLatif, Secretary General of Saudi Council of Engineers, we have successfully signed the MoU and are extremely glad to be a part of the development of the country’s future engineers,” Bagga added.
The SCE’s decision to engage with Omnix is based on the company’s expertise and experience in delivering innovative solutions to the engineering industry. This MoU was driven by Mohammad Danish, Country Sales Manager, Omnix Engineering in KSA. Earlier, Omnix provided SCE with online workshops on a variety of topics including Autodesk BIM Solution, Infrastructure BIM Solution, Visualization tools such as VRay, Lumion, 3D Laser Scanning, VR/AR and remote support tools like VARJO and VUZIX.
The partnership between Omnix and the Saudi Council of Engineers is a long-term commitment aimed at empowering the new generation of engineers in Saudi. The two organizations plan to replicate this initiative in other regions within Saudi Arabia and the GCC.
The SCE promotes the engineering profession, facilitates engineers and engineering establishments to reach ideal solutions, enhances the level of performance, and encourages them to adopt new technologies. All Engineers in Saudi Arabia must be registered with SCE to perform engineering practice.