Almost 60 public and private sector establishments to feature latest smart services at Smart Dubai pavilion

Dubai: Artificial Intelligence-powered services, such as customer call management system and drone-based statistician, will be showcased at Smart Dubai’s pavilion of 59 government and private establishments at the GITEX Technology Week 2018, which begins on Sunday.

Running till Thursday at Dubai World Trade Centre, GITEX will feature the establishments exhibiting their latest smart services to the public.

Dr Aisha Bint Butti Bin Bishr, director general of Smart Dubai Office, said: “Since its inception, Smart Dubai has been on a mission to implement the vision of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to transform Dubai into a full-fledged smart city and make it one of the happiest in the world. His Highness has also called on all stakeholders across the public and private sectors to work together and strive towards that ambitious objective. We at Smart Dubai have forged numerous partnerships as we progress towards our goals, and are delighted that these partners – be they government entities, private organisations, or start-ups – are joining us [at GITEX] to showcase their advanced smart services created for the people and the community.”

Among the participants, Dubai Civil Defence is exhibiting an AI-enabled Auto CallDesk and more services. The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is showcasing the DXH Smart App, the gateway to access expert health care professionals, premium hospitals and clinics in Dubai and other innovations.

Meanwhile, Dubai Municipality is exhibiting its Earth+ service and the Smart Inspection Service and more services.

The Dubai Statistics Centre is showcasing a the drone-powered Aerial Statistician and a GeoStat service that integrates Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and statistical information. It is also presenting the Statistical Framework System, Data Science Initiative, and Smart Statistics Suits.

The Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority is showcasing a range of smart services covering Smart Economy, such as the Smart City Accelerator and Intelak (a crowdsourcing platform to enhance travel experiences) as well as Smart Environment (including a Solar-Powered Smart Masjid), Smart Mobility (EV Charging Stations, Electric and Self-Driving Cars) and more.

Dubai Airports joins the exhibition with its Community App and SPLUNK, which provides a centralised view of airport information.

Also, the Legal Affairs Department is introducing participants to its Voluntary Legal Services Smart Portal, which makes it easier and more organised for registered advocacy and legal consultancy firms to provide pro-bono legal services to the public.



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