In a bid to improve passenger experience and cut down on unnecessary emissions, the machine learning algorithms map routes depending on peak time usage and bus stop popularity.
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Dubai's RTA and the Dubai Air Navigation Services will take part in workshops and activities to develop research and related innovation, define potential air routes for vehicles and explore safety and security measures.
Dubai Taxi held an online event to review idea proposals which aim to deal with the consequences of COVID-19 whilst maintaining quality services.
Employees are said to have shown support for the use of the technology so far, which the Authority plans to roll out across other areas of the transport sector if ultimately deemed a success.
The move is said to be part of RTA’s continued efforts to enhance the implementation of precautionary measures taken to curb the spread of COVID-19.
AI techniques are being used to monitor driving performance, potential driving violations and coronavirus protection compliance.
In an initiative launched on buses, Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) hopes to inspire more women to work in the transport sector.
ERTICO was founded in 1991 at the initiative of 15 industry leaders and the European Commission to fill the gap between research and deployment of mobility services on roads.
The Authority announced that it saved up to 102 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent through over 40 sustainability projects and initiatives in 2019.
The "digital remote laboratory” hosted over 80 stakeholders involved in smart technology and passenger experience decision-making.
Dubai's RTA has stated that the uptake of digital transactions represents an increase in customer happiness as the authority looks for ways to ease the process of travel in Dubai.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed a project using big data which aims to allow it to better predict seasonal patronage of its marine transportation services.
Dubai aims to convert 25 per cent of all mobility trips into self-driving trips across various modes of transportation by 2030.
The operation of 'sky pods' is said to occupy land area several times less than conventional means of the same capacity, as well as being power-efficient, small in size, light in weight and mounted with steel wheels that run on suspended rails.
Careem will operate a total of 1,750 bicycles and 175 stations during the first two years of the contract, which will rise in the next five years to 3,500 bikes and 350 stations.