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Texas A&M University, a Qatar Foundation partner university, and Rheinmetall Barzan Advanced Technologies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on exploring, investigating, and developing joint activities in the fields of engineering, science, and technology.
Per the MOU, both entities will explore research and development projects that provide solutions to local challenges and investigate avenues for strengthening collaboration and furthering academic excellence in Qatar, all in alignment with national priorities toward becoming a knowledge-based economy and supporting Qatar National Vision 2030.
CEO of Rheinmetall Barzan Advanced Technologies Andre Conradie said, "this MoU will support the establishment of new relations towards fruitful cooperation between RBAT and Texas A&M University in Qatar. This partnership will encourage the development of technological and operational capabilities to enhance military protection and empower key stakeholders in the defense industry." Dean of Texas A&M University at Qatar, Dr. Cesar Octavio Malave said, "we are not only committed to building engineering leaders of the future but also to bring the remarkable expertise of our people to develop innovative engineering solutions for the real-world challenges we are facing. We are looking to develop a prototype which can detect fatigue earlier, thus contributing to reducing work-related accidents, stress, and lack of productivity and motivation."
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