Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Judicial Council, signalled the start of the construction of the Cassation Court and Smart Parking buildings project.
Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO) has reached $56 million (AED 205.7 million), an increase of 9.5 percent over the previous year, as the number of firms increased in 2017.
Orange Business Services has recently signed a smart consulting agreement with Jeddah Economic Company (JEC), the master developer of the world’s tallest tower, Jeddah Tower.
Citizen engagement, according to the firm, is becoming one of the most critical drivers to the success of Smart City initiatives.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority came in first place in Smart Dubai’s Happiness Meter, the government firm announced recently.
Dubai residents can pay fines and fees at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) using their Nol cards at five customer happiness centres.
The launch of the Smart City initiative is in line with the ‘Omantel 3.0’ strategy, which aims to revolutionise smart living and working digital services by enhancing security and improving business efficiencies, as well as revamping end user experiences across the many facets of the community.
Smart Dubai Office has confirmed its support and participation at the upcoming Smart Data Summit in Dubai.
The new service, that currently operates on the Android RTA app platform only, is part of the Smart City initiative of the Dubai Government, and the ongoing efforts to deliver top and handy services to beneficiaries.
The Saudi Arabian government has started awarding contracts for the development of the NEOM business zone, asking local construction companies to build five palaces in the area.