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Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA)
In line the 2021-2023 Strategic Plan of the Dubai Taxi Corporation, the Roads and Transport Authority has signed a contract to add 2,219 new vehicles to the Dubai Taxi fleet, including 1,775 hybrid vehicles.
Keolis, along with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Corporation, will take over the running and maintenance of Dubai’s Metro and Tram network.
Cameras in the RTA's customer happiness centres will now use artificial intelligence to check whether customers are wearing masks.
Hosted via virtual meeting, Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) officials met with the UK Minister of State for Transport to discuss COVID-19 responses and how they can collaborate to develop future mobility solutions.
During the trial period, Dubai's RTA gave questionnaires to users in a bid to best determine their needs, opinions and visions for the service.
The virtual assistant, which uses AI and machine learning technology, is said to be a step towards improving the experience of employees as well as the 'Smart Dubai' initiative.
The overall objective of the decision is to regulate the operation of transport rental activities in Dubai, including specifications of the number of permitted vehicles in operation.
Abdullah Yusuf Al Ali, the Executive Director of the licensing institution in the authority, emphasised that testing of these panels confirms the authority’s endeavour to keep on top of the latest technologies, and to support the “Smart City” initiative.