ePermit - The service moves the Building Permit process online
Trakhees - Civil Engineering Department (CED launched
ePermit, an innovative application that provides Engineering Consultants with online access to the Building Permit process.
ePermit enables engineering consultants to apply and obtain Building Permits for any development project within the Dubai World business units under the purview of Trakhees - Civil Engineering Department, via ..
Civil Engineering Department (CED) launched
eSite, an electronic service that facilitates customers’ applications for inspection services online.
eSite is designed to provide a state-of-the-art solution for the routine processes of site inspections carried out by inspectors at the Civil Engineering Department. This system provides an end-to-end solution for logging requests for inspections, accepting these requests, job allocation..
eModify – A touch-screen service by Trakhees CED for Nakheel, DW property owners
Trakhees – Civil Engineering Department, launched
eModify, the system it developed to help owners of properties in Nakheel and other Dubai World developments who need to make modifications to the facilities they occupy.
eModify is a Kiosk-based solution to help the users review the details of the modification services that are allowed, and details of ..
eMap - JAFZA Intranet Application
This Intranet application is primarily designed to serve the Sales and Marketing department of JAFZA and is called ‘JAFZA
eMap’. It is designed keeping in mind the regular information requirements of the Sales and Marketing staff and is used as a comprehensive tool for supporting their Decision Making. The application is an integration of GIS and FZIS (Free Zone Information System) of Jebel Ali Free Zone. In addition to the S&M staff, authorized corporate users from Civil Engineering, Environment, Health .....
Civil Engineering Department's Paperless Environment
Civil Engineering Department (CED) of Dubai Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) started an initiative to establish a paperless environment, when the amount of paper that was being handled reached enormous proportions. In line with Dubai’s development, workload in CED increased manifold with a corresponding increase in “paper load”. One of the first steps CED took in this initiative was to have new computer systems in place, which would reduce the dependency on papers.