The Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) has launched the second phase of Dubai 10X Initiative, which aims of make the emirate a world capital of innovation within the span of a decade, transforming it into “a city of the future.”
The Port, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, PCFC, has launched the “Dhowber” project to strengthen the UAE and Dubai’s leading global position in the maritime transport industry, and help shape the sector’s future.
The system will transform the city’s solid waste into a source of energy by using artificial intelligence and without resorting to traditional means of shipping. Doing so serves the Municipality’s objectives to address current and future waste-related challenges and maintains sustainability.
Dubai Police has proposed a number of new projects under the theme “Police without Policemen” as part of the Dubai 10X initiative, ensuring that the force achieves the highest levels of security and safety without the need for policemen being present on-ground 24/7.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority has recently underlined the importance of adopting innovative solutions for financing RTA’s future projects, establishing creative models for funding mobility projects, and boosting the public-private partnership, PPP.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has proposed its “end-to-end vehicle lifecycle management using Blockchain” project for the Dubai 10X Initiative.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has proposed its “Genome” project for the Dubai 10X Initiative – a venture overseen by the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF).
The centre is considered to be the first integrated smart customer happiness centre in Dubai which uses artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics to provide smart and innovative services to all stakeholders.