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Emaar, RTA ink deal to launch driverless vehicles in Downtown Dubai

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a joint venture with Emaar Properties to study the launch of autonomous vehicles which will operate...

Ever seen a flying taxi in Dubai? You can now spot...

The legislations around operating the autonomous aerial taxi still need to be developed, according to a top official at Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). Speaking...

How Dubai Metro runs the world’s longest driverless train system

The Dubai Metro has been plying for more than eight years. It has served more than 1 billion riders till the end of August...

Dubai’s transport System on track for smart future: Dubai’s

Dubai's transport system is on track for a smart future where 25 per cent of all transportation trips will be smart or driverless by...

The future of car tech: Getting to know you

The car of the future doesn't just want to drive you. It wants to know you. The automotive technology showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show...

Emirates Steel uses drones for safer plant inspections

ABU DHABI, 29th September, 2016 (WAM) --- Emirates Steel, the only integrated steel plant in the UAE and a subsidiary of industrial conglomerate, Senaat,...

No longer invite-only, ‘robo-cars’ offered to Singaporeans

Autonomous vehicle software startup nuTonomy has made rides on its self-driving taxis available to the general public in Singapore for free, expanding a first-in-the...

Satisfaction rating of Driverless Vehicle journeys hits 92%

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has unveiled the results of a questionnaire conducted over a month for visitors of the Dubai World Trade...

Emirati woman train attendant breaks the traditional mould

Speaking to Gulf News while driving the Dubai Metro, Mariam proudly declared: "I am always open to challenges and I am not afraid to take risks." "I work hard and my job is my top priority," she said. Although the Dubai Metro is driverless and is operated from a centralised control room, maintenance works or technical glitches call for the need to drive the train manually.

Mobile & Wireless Photos: How Dubai's driverless trains get their wi-fi

How to get from A to B without losing C: Connectivity...