The collaborative offer will see visitors to Dubai from Australia, Egypt, France, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa avail special offers from Uber on bookings made between 26 September to 10 December 2018.
Dubai RTA to open registrations for $5 million self-driving challengeThe Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has announced the opening of registration for the Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport. 0 1557
Dubai deploys vehicle-monitoring traffic incident management system
The launch of the Traffic Incidents Management Unit reflects the solid relationships between RTA and Dubai Police and their concerted traffic safety strategy, which is aligned with Dubai’s strategy and traffic safety plans.
Dubai trials 100% environment-friendly driverless vehicle
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.
Etisalat takes fleet management to the cloud
Etisalat Digital has announced that Massar Solutions, a UAE-based fleet management firm, signed up for its secure and reliable OneCloud Services.
Apple self-driving car involved in minor crash
An Apple self-driving car was rear-ended while merging onto an expressway near the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters.
Back to school: smart buses to hit Dubai roads soon
Dubai RTA has announced that it will deploy 368 “smart” buses to transport about 8873 students in 17 schools during the new academic year that begins in September.
Japanese carmaker signs $500M driverless car deal with Uber
Toyota Motor will reportedly invest $500 million in Uber Technologies to jointly work on developing self-driving cars, the companies announced recently.
From four wheels to two: Uber diversifies offerings
Uber is planning to shift from cars to electric bicycles for shorter journeys as part of its long-term strategy, according to the ride-hailing firm’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
Tesla shares plummet after Musk abandons buyout
Trading in Tesla shares in Germany on Monday pointed to a five percent drop when US markets open, Reuters reported.
Digital not analogue: German firm puts car keys onto smartphones
German engineering firm Bosch has launched an app Perfectly Keyless, which enables the smartphone to replace the analogue vehicle key.