Dubai Police launch system that anticipates crime

Dubai: A system to anticipate crime was launched by Dubai Police during the first day of Gitex Technology Week, in addition to 18 other smart services. Lt Gen Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, Dubai Police Chief, said the force will be announcing and launching ... ( read original story ...)

LED smart lighting for Dubai Canal bridges

Dubai: More than 200 environmentally friendly smart LED lighting units have been installed on the Dubai Canal bridges, with more planned in Dubai in the future, RTA said on Sunday. Salem Al Rimawi, Roads, Lighting and Traffic Signal manager, said the smart ... ( read original story ...)

Law on emirate's cultural heritage applauded

He also expected many components of the UAE national heritage would soon be recognised as World Heritage by UNESCO, according to UAE News Agency (WAM). I.Y BNA 0622 GMT 2016/10/16 ( read original story ...)

Be careful when buying goods

Dubai: At the recently concluded Emirates Intellectual Property Association (EIPA ... an auto expert told Gulf News. In most cases, motorists chose poor quality parts for their affordability, but according to Gordon Ferguson, General Manager at AAA ... ( read original story ...)

UAE consumers increasingly interested in buying property

Consumers in the UAE appear to agree with the current real estate market sentiment that now is good time to buy property, according to statistics from, the Middle East’s leading finance comparison site. Using data from its mortgage ... ( read original story ...)

UAE ambassador opens refugee camp for 350 Syrians in Lebanon

BEKAA VALLEY, Lebanon, 15th October, 2016 (WAM) – The UAE has opened a refugee camp in Lebanon to shelter 350 Syrian refugees. Officiating at the opening of the Al Marj camp, UAE Ambassador to Lebanon Hamad Saeed Al Shamsi noted that the recently ... ( read original story ...)

UAE, WHO sign two cooperation agreements

The second agreement includes the implementation of integrated outreach programmes against polio, measles and other routine vaccinations in 11 governorates, according to UAE News Agency (WAM). I.Y BNA 0606 GMT 2016/10/13 ( read original story ...)

What UAE law says about cybercrimes, penalties

UAE Cybercrime Law No. 5 of 2012 ... to invade someone else's privacy - which can even include eavesdropping, copying photos or publishing news - can be jailed for six months and face fines of between Dh150,000 and Dh300,000. · The most severe penalty ... ( read original story ...)