The Roads and Transport Authority announced the launch of smart initiatives and services during the authority’s participation in GITEX 2020, including the use of artificial intelligence technologies in taxis during the pandemic (Corona), and a key card mini-card (Nol), as well as smart guides using augmented reality (AR) To access the websites that provide services to the Authority.
His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Director General and Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Roads and Transport Authority, said the launch of smart projects and services is taking effect from the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE United and Ruler of Dubai, if God protected him, to transform Dubai into the smartest city in the world, emphasizing The authority seeks to be effective and influential in everything new in the world of technologies and employing them to facilitate lives residents of Emirate Dubai.
He added: We have a clear and integrated road map for the future of smart mobility until 2071, in addition to an integrated map for digital transformation and keeping pace with the fourth industrial revolution in the transport sector, including the 2030 Self-Driving Transport Strategy , the Digital Mobility Strategy, the 2025 Artificial Intelligence Strategy, and the development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Laboratory for Transport. As well as adopting and applying future technologies such as: blockchain, paperless transactions, big data, artificial intelligence, self-driving mobility, and the Internet of Things.
He explained that the authority is displaying the mini-Nol card, which is a small plastic card, which customers can carry in a key chain or use as a key holder, and tourists can also get it as a souvenir for their visit to Dubai. It also presents its initiatives in the use of artificial intelligence and big data, such as the use of artificial intelligence in monitoring the behavior of taxi drivers to check their compliance with the regulations and regulations in force when driving the driver and passenger safely, and monitor driver and passenger commitment to the prevention requirements and precautionary measures to combat the Corona virus, such as physical distance and wearing masks. And using big data to monitor non-compliance with the physical distance between public transport bus users, and through it, increase the number of buses operating on lines that are witnessing an increase in passenger numbers. Initiatives also include planning metro travel times and designing bus routes with artificial intelligence.
The authority is rolling out the smart guidance project using augmented reality (AR), to help customers get to the places they want to reach, and displays the first vehicle registration form without the customer needing to come to the exhibition to buy and register his vehicle, which uses the blockchain technology.
He gives an introductory presentation at the Dubai Intelligent Traffic Systems Center in Al Barsha and reviews the initiative to use unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in the exploration and exploration of Dubai Metro tunnels. The authority is also introducing the new features and additions that have been introduced to its smart applications.
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