Keiretsu to digitalize the New Supreme Court of Mauritius


Source: Keiretsu

Local technology contractor known as Keiretsu has been granted the contract to digitalize the new Supreme Court of Mauritius.

According to a press release by the firm, they will be working on developing the digital infrastructure, Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence that will be deployed at the court.

This digitalizing effort is in line with a statement made by the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, and Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth during a ceremony for laying of the foundation stone for the new building of the Supreme Court at Edith Cavell Street in Port Louis, the capital city of Mauritius.

The Minister stated that the new court would be in line with the Mauritian government’s commitment towards modernizing their institutions, adding that the physical and digital infrastructure that is being established would reflect the nation’s path towards sustainable growth and to be a leading nation in Africa and the world.

To this end, Keiretsu has been contracted to bring their expertise in Systems Integration, Networks, Integrated Security, and other related fields to help create the digital infrastructure of the court.

Some of Keiretsu’s notable projects include the design and installation of the Grand Park in Kodhipparu, their work on the Orchid Conference Room of Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital, and their work on One and Only Reethi Rah, among many others.

This new international project is Keiretsu’s first time in the global spotlight and is expected to reinforce their position as a leader in technology contracting.