The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is one of the early adopters of Microsoft HoloLens and has deployed the service since last year.
The utility is using it to consolidate information and carry out remote maintenance of the Smart Power Plant.
HoloLens is helping DEWA to make quick decisions, manage and forecast demand, improve energy efficiency and reduce power consumption.
Working with holograms, Microsoft HoloLens reinvents how users can collaborate, explore, and bring ideas closer to becoming real.
Mixed reality brings people, places, and objects from the physical and digital worlds together. It runs on Windows 10.
Microsoft said that its HoloLens self-contained holographic computer is available in the UAE for developers, creators, partners, and customers.