Established in 2016 by royal decree of H.H. Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al
Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, The Sharjah Research,
Technology, and Innovation Park Free Zone (SRTI Park) was mandated to
develop and manage an innovation ecosystem that promotes Research and
Development and supports enterprise activities and the triple helix
collaboration of industry, government, and academia.
Purification and Desalination, Water Recycling & Waste Water Treatment, Water Monitoring & Conservation, Artificial Rain making & Aquaculture technologies
Big Data, Internet of Things, Quantum Computing, Smart City
High Performance & Advanced Materials, Sensor Technologies, Mobility Systems & Autonomous Vehicles, Marine & Air Freight Technologies & Urban Planning Systems
Waste Containment & Remediation Technologies, Green Building Construction & Equipment
Solar Thermal Energy Technologies; Smart Grids and Energy Storage; Biofuel Production Technologies; Waste to Energy Technologies
Robotics & Artificial Intelligence, Rapid Prototyping & Digital Fabrication, Advanced Building & Construction Materials, Production & Factory Planning, Contemporary Arabic Architecture
The site is visible from both Sharjah Dhaid Road and the University City Road.
There are currently a number of major development in the area such as Al Mamsha and Aljada.
Current developments proximate to the plot are primarily residential and commercial areas as well as University City.
Planned developments in the area will enhance the attractiveness of the development providing significant residential opportunities for business located in the free zone.
The SRTI Park HQ building is currently under construction and forms the first phase of development for the park.
The building is a G+4 commercial building separated into 3 blocks and is of high specification design offering a range of commercial offices, laboratories, retail units and F&B outlets as well as a range of public spaces and open areas.
Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) participated in Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Read more ...
Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment for the UAE, praised the significant efforts Read more ...