The Smart Dubai Office (SDO) will highlight the latest developments in urban technology at the Dubai Smart City Innovation Conference, which the government firm will be hosting in Shanghai, China, on 24th to 27th June 2018.
According to a survey conducted by the Information Technology Authority (ITA) on the individuals’ satisfaction with eGovernment services in Oman, 81 percent use the government eServices.
Omar Sultan Al Olama, UAE’s Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, member of the Board of Trustees of Dubai Future Foundation and deputy managing Director, has revealed a new initiative that aims to equip the next generation of Emiratis with leadership skills.
UAE’s Federal Tax Authority (FTA) has developed its e-services to include new features allowing taxable persons to link their accounts with an accredited tax agency.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, TRA, represented by ICT Fund, and in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Huawei, has launched the projects presentation phase of the “Seeds for the Future” 2018 Competition.
The UAE is committed to developing the skills and capabilities to promote technologies and harness them to build a safe and bright future for next generations, said Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) in partnership with Mediclinic, Mercuris and Immensa Technology Labs, helped an Emirati double amputee recently became the first to receive 3D printed transtibial prosthetics.
Dubai aims to utilise artificial intelligence (AI) to help volunteers identify patients’ emergency cases and guide them through the necessary procedures to help save their lives while waiting for the ambulance, thus transforming every resident into a potential lifesaver.
UAE residents can now make Zakat donations through their smart device in a new initiative launched by Smart Dubai in collaboration with Dar Al Ber Society.
Smart Government applications have generated savings of $2.1 billion (AED 8 billion) in three years, according to a study conducted by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, (TRA).
The Soft – Open Flexible Legislation, is an interactive legislative platform that will enable the trade, business and finance sector to participate in the formulation of commercial, economic, and financial legislation.
Smart Dubai has broken ground on the first phase of implementing the Dubai Paperless Strategy, which seeks to digitise internal and external transactions at government entities and save time and effort for employees and customers alike.
Saudi Crown Prince Crown Prince, Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Chairman of the Council for Economic Affairs and Development Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz has recently chaired a meeting of the Council of Economic Affairs and Development focused on plans to enhance the traffic systems and integrating technology to boost government resources.
Smart Dubai has discussed the first report on government entities’ compliance with the Dubai Data Policies during the past year, at its 15th Board meeting. The meeting was held to discuss the progress of Smart Dubai’s strategic initiatives.