The UAE has signed an agreement with the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos to establish the Emirates Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
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.
Volvo Cars reviewed the main challenges around the introduction of autonomous technology calling for a new global road safety standard and highlighting how autonomous vehicles can safely communicate with all other road users.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently embarked on Phase 4 of the Driverless Vehicles Project within Sustainable City at Dubailand, Al-Qudra Road over a track extending 1250m.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will drive the way cities are run and it might happen sooner than expected.
Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018 revealed five distinct emerging technology trends that will blur the lines between humans and machines.
Toyota Motor will reportedly invest $500 million in Uber Technologies to jointly work on developing self-driving cars, the companies announced recently.
Dubai-based flying taxi firm, Vimana, has reportedly completed a prototype trial of its autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) in the emirate before its launch.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, has endorsed the standards of testing electric, hybrid and self-driving vehicles, which are in line with the highest international standards applied in leading countries in this regard worldwide.
With this new level of network capability, communications service providers (CSPs) can secure future market opportunities with manufacturers of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the fields of driver safety and data processing and management.