The UAE Civil Defense has installed the Hassantuk system, a smart early warning system integrated into the UAE Civil Defense network, in all ADNOC Distribution buildings
Hassantuk is a strategic public-private initiative between the UAE Ministry of Interior and Injazat Data Systems, a UAE provider of digital transformation solutions. It is designed to increase the efficiency of emergency services’ responses to all fire and life safety emergency alarms through a state-of-the-art smart system. This helps to cut down response times and increase efficiency to all emergency events across the UAE, reducing loss of life and property.
For ADNOC Distribution, the Hassantuk system alerts the Civil Defense Command and Control Center in real time, if smoke or fire is detected. The Command Center will then verify the alarm by contacting the ADNOC Facilities Management (FM). The FM team would then verify these alarms and carry out required system repairs in case of false alarms. In case of fire, the Civil Defense team would react immediately.
Engineer Bader Saeed Al Lamki, chief executive officer, ADNOC Distribution, said, “ADNOC Distribution strives to implement all safety standards proposed by the government authorities, and to provide a positive and sound work environment that ensures the health and safety of our people and the communities that we serve, in line with ADNOC’s 100% HSE policy.”
Ayman Alsebeyi, Hassantuk general manager, said, “Hassantuk is one of the world’s first federal fire and life safety services that is designed not only to help save lives and property, besides the important role it plays in buildings and installations by ensuring the safety of the company’s buildings and visitors. Hassantuk is proud to work with forward thinking companies such as ADNOC Distribution and its network of service stations. Hassantuk continues to provide 24x7 round the clock protection for connected buildings, creating a safer, smarter community.”
From schools and hospitals, residential and commercial buildings, warehouses and workshops, Hassantuk monitors connected buildings’ fire alarm systems 24/7 from a central control room, liaising with Civil Defense operators and emergency services to transmit fire and life safety events with greater detail and speed. Its advanced AI engines generate regular operational and business intelligence reports for Civil Defense and the Ministry of Interior, while its dedicated online dashboards and real-time messaging enable building owners to constantly monitor their properties, adding an additional layer of information and actionable intelligence.