An interview with Dr. Bassem Amin, the vice president of Micro Engineering Tech Inc

Published on : 2022-02-16

At least 40% of all businesses will die in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies.” — John Chambers, Cisco CEO

In an exclusive petroleum Today Magazine's interview with Dr. Bassem Amin, the vice president of Micro Engineering Tech Inc (METI) and its branch in Egypt (Meeg), Dr. Bassem Amin speaks about the importance of Digital transformation and the facilitation of digitalization in business. 

How do you see the participation of MEEG at Egypt Petroleum Show 2022?

We are proud and pleased to exhibit at such impressive conference organized by Egypt. Moreover, we were delighted to have been visited by the Canadian Ambassador, Louis Dumas. He always keeps following up our latest achievements and the responses of Canadian technology in the Egyptian market. 

Then, MEEG succeeded in a short period to have a widespread reputation in Egypt and Europe so what are its upcoming projects? 

Micro Engineering Tech Inc. (METI) is a pioneering, digital transformation solutions and services provider. We utilize the latest technology in laser scanning, cameras, navigation sensors, UAV, GNSS, data analytics, artificial intelligence, navigation solutions, software as a service, cloud-based solutions for creating HD maps and localization for autonomy and capital asset management. The solutions are multiple dimensions through integration of the 3D derivative products from the HD maps with METI Internet of Things (IoT) platform called Smart Infinity Dimensions (S∞D) that acquire/stream historical and real time data from various sources and sensors (vibration sensors, strain gauges, accelerometers, inclinometers and document digitalization). METI solutions serve several sectors, which are: laser Scanning, imagery solutions, data analytics and others. 

Every year, a large proportion of visitors are young, especially fresh graduates so what is Dr. Bassem Amin's advice to them? 

Today, youth has fruitful opportunities that never existed before, which is the possibility of distance learning.

However, this advantage has a negative side, which is the multiple choices that make them confused also should mix among digital skills and the others.

Recently, it is not about changing the way people are working, but the next ten years of digitalization will be about transforming the business.” 

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