Injazat Data Systems is an industry-recognized market leader in Information Technology and Managed Services delivered from its Tier IV design-certified premier Data Center facility. The business services a diverse range of customers with a broad portfolio of IT related capabilities.
In 2017, a new management team was onboarded and Injazat underwent a transformation program focused on a new strategy with the following main pillars:
– New offers that would add value to clients
– Large Strategic projects through Public Private Partnerships
– Cost optimization to improve competitiveness
This new strategy was complemented with the launch of Injazat’s new brand. Value creation through strategic PPP projects is one of the main initiatives of this strategy, and was demonstrated through Injazat’s collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Interior on project ‘Hassantuk’.
Inaugurated in 2018 by His Highness Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, project Hassantuk is a smart fire detection system that proactively monitors fire and other emergency alarms in all critical and commercial buildings across different Emirates in the UAE.
Hassantuk uses state-of-the-art Alarm Transmission Equipment connected to a building’s fire and life safety systems ensuring that any emergency or building maintenance alarms are transmitted to the central Alarm Receiving Center (ARC) within seconds. A team of professional ARC operators verifies if the alarm is genuine and reports valid emergencies to the Civil Defence Main Operations Room so that the appropriate assistance can be dispatched immediately or automatically passes maintenance alarms on to the building maintenance company for immediate repair.
Hassantuk is currently implemented in over 7,500* buildings and this figure is growing daily. It is the largest automated, integrated fire and life-safety monitoring system of its kind in the region, supporting the UAE Vision of making it one of the safest countries in the world.
* Figure accurate as of December 2018