Smart Dubai has announced the Dubai Data Private Sector Strategy and Policy aimed at fostering stronger collaboration between the public and private sectors and driving the emirate’s ambitions to become a paperless smart city.
Investments in technologies enabling smart cities in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region is expected to hit the $2.30-billion mark by 2021, according to the latest study by IDC.
Raqmiyat CEO Amer Khreino believes emerging technologies will have a hugely transformative effect on the way services will be delivered in 2019.
Dubai is among the top five cities in the world offering a positive experience for its population through smart technology, according to the latest Smart Cities Index.
Charles Yang, President, Huawei Middle East, delves into how artificial intelligence is transforming technologies and industries to enhance public safety.
Ras Al Khaimah has introduced cameras equipped with facial and car plate recognition technologies to monitor the roads in the emirate, local media reported.
Governments that are willing to embrace change, foster innovation and adopt disruptive technologies can gain a competitive edge as they adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
In line with the ongoing transformation of Dubai into a smart city, emaratech, a regional technology and consulting company, have announced their strategic partnership with Dell EMC.
The Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, has held a workshop titled, “How Can Artificial Intelligence Shape Smart Cities?” at its head office in Abu Dhabi.
Schneider Electric has announced that it will showcase the latest innovations that will support the Middle East and Africa’s $7 billion Internet of Things (IoT) market and enable Smart Cities at GITEX.