TZS


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TZS

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Tanzania Shilling.

TZS

ISO 4217 code for the Tanzanian shilling. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the East African shilling. It is one of the least valuable currencies in the world.
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They will then result in market-ready products that TZS will commercialize.
Mati Kochavi, CEO of AGT International notes the significance of the announcement: "The collaboration that will take place between DFKI and TZS heralds an important new development in the field of civil safety and security by bringing together some of the best scientists in the world to work together on challenges that lie at the heart of global security.
Peter Liebhart, CEO of TZS, comments on the cooperation with the renowned research hub: "We are delighted about the new possibilities of knowledge transfer between our experts and the scientists of DFKI.
TZS and AGT International behind TZS are renowned specialists in their field," states Professor Dr.
We welcome TZS as a strategic partner of our Living Lab in Darmstadt to explore new ways to support cities and agencies managing their critical infrastructures.
TZS specializes in the compilation, analysis and application of information employing state-of-the-art technology for its use in real time.
IT and telecommunications industry veteran Peter Liebhart will become Chief Executive Officer for TZS.
Building on the advances made by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research's SoKNOS project, TZS intends to join forces with SAP Research, the global technology research unit of SAP, to devise new approaches to the challenge of managing urban environments with an Urban management platform with a far-reaching network of urban information (health authority, education authority construction authority, registration authorities, economic authorities, mass transit and schools).
The TZS partnership with AGT International will give the company access to cutting-edge research and products that consist of integrated solutions to the challenge of public safety, crisis management, law enforcement and emergency response systems.
Similarly, TZS is teaming up with the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and tapping into the institution's expertise in this field.
TZS will be able to bring turnkey public safety solutions to Germany and the EU, ranging from operational concepts to design and deployment.
The launch of TZS in Germany is not only a commitment to the development of new models for urban administration but a clear commitment to the local economy.