Dubai Land Department (DLD) has announced that it succeeded in achieving a qualitative leap in terms of improving the level of government services provided to its customers through the Ejari service.
The workshop, titled “Public-Private Engagement Towards a Data Economy”, sought to encourage the private sector in Dubai to participate in the data economy, in a manner that ensures mutual benefit and improves services and smart-city experiences.
As part of its contribution towards the Dubai 10X initiative, the DLD has introduced the Real Estate Self Transaction “REST” – a platform for conducting real estate trading and transactions with multiple parties, anywhere and anytime.
“Dubai government’s smart and digital initiatives are ideal cases to be taught in schools,” says Jihad Tayara, VP, Business Development …
Using the Zad system, customers can register their imported or exported food products in addition to those manufactured locally.
The centre, according to both companies, will define and deliver Dubai’s Cognitive Roadmap and help accelerate the development of cognitive citizen services across Dubai.
Airbus Group, a commercial aircraft provider with a strong presence in the Middle East, has revealed it is on-track to test a prototype for a self-piloted flying car, as a way of avoiding gridlock on city roads by the end of the year.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently entered a cooperation agreement with ride hailing app Uber Technologies to provide online taxi and limo booking services in the emirate.
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