Ras Al Khaimah has introduced cameras equipped with facial and car plate recognition technologies to monitor the roads in the emirate, local media reported.
Arabian Automobiles has highlighted the unique safety features of the all-new Infiniti QX50. The new feature, which is a Drive Assist technology, helps users drive total confidence.
Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has endorsed ‘Dubai Careers App’ as an official platform for offering vacancies.
The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi has announced the launch of a number of online services as part of its digitalisation plan to facilitate transactions, WAM reported.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has unveiled the shortlisted finalists of the Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport and announced that the finalists in the four categories will be awarded $5 million in October 2019.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the US Securities and Exchange Commission was “worth it”.
Richard Branson is quitting as chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One saying that the company needs a more actively involved leader.
Masdar City, Abu Dhabi’s flagship sustainable urban development, has embarked on the next phase of its sustainable mobility network and unveiled its first NAVYA autonomous vehicle.
Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary, Maqta Gateway, has announced that it will carry out its first testing of international blockchain solution Silsal with a maritime operator in partnership with MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and du are set to embark on a joint project to fit all taxis in Dubai, about 10,800 cabs, with free Wi-Fi service.
Middle East ride-hailing company Careem had reportedly secured $200 million in fresh funding from existing investors, Reuters reported.
Blockchain is fast emerging as the priority technology for future exploration among airport and airline CIOs globally, according to new research released by SITA.
Volvo and NVIDIA are joining forces for the development of an advanced, AI-capable core computer for the next generation of Volvo cars.
It presents four potential uses of autonomous driving vehicles – a sleeping environment, mobile office, living room and entertainment space – which all reimagine the way people travel.