UAE can now shoot videos and take photographs using drones in “permitted locations and at heights specified by the local authorities,” top officials have announced recently.
Information technology innovation and transformation leaders, today, gathered for Tahawul Tech and CNME’s fourth annual CIO 100 Awards and Forum.
The UAE Government has highlighted its ambitious Mars landing and knowledge-building plans at the ongoing Dubai Airshow 2017.
The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has launched an internal tool to manage organisational performance. The management tool includes a …
UAE authorities have announced plans to halt the entry of imported drones that fail to meet the new specifications for unmanned aerial vehicles.
CNME once again honoured the region’s top networking talents from both vendors and end-users at the annual Network World Middle East (NWME) Awards.
Nokia and the GCAA have entered into a strategic collaboration that will make the UAE the “first country in the world to allow the operation of drones by both businesses and government agencies.”
The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority sits at the centre of one of this country’s most important strategic verticals. Responsible for the navigation, safety and international services of aviation activity, the GCAA needed a centralised reporting tool and mobile app to connect airlines, pilots and engineers.