Dubai Metro to extend use of 3D printing after Siemens deal

Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with Siemens to extend its use of 3D printing technology. The transport authority said the memorandum of understanding is an additional step that will practically enhance RTA’s already ... ( read original story ...)

UAE banking robot learns Arabic to help more customers

The robot, brought to the UAE by Emirates NBD last year, has been widely popular and will now also cater to the bank’s Arabic-speaking customers, a statement said. The bilingual Pepper will continue to interact with customers at the bank’s Jumeirah ... ( read original story ...)

Is your blockchain technology secured?

Adoption of blockchain technology remains a top agenda for the UAE government and then subsequently to the private players, but how do we ensure the security of the data given that by 2020 almost 100 per cent of government transactions will be digital in ... ( read original story ...)

RTA, Siemens sign MoU on development of 3D printing technology

The Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, in Dubai has reiterated its endeavour and commitment to harness the world’s most sophisticated technologies, to be utilised in its diverse operations to support the delivery of its services to the various social ... ( read original story ...)

Lootah Holding signs JV with Batta Technologies

Lootah Holding has signed a joint venture with Batta Technologies to establish a new entity, Lootah Batta Water and Environment. The joint venture will result in providing sustainable solutions and advanced products that will reinforce the UAE's position ... ( read original story ...)

UAE wireless consumers blasé about online security: report

Nearly all UAE WiFi users admit to using WiFi in a way that could put their personal and private information at risk. According to the 2017 Norton WiFi Risk Report, 95% of UAE consumers indicate they have acted in an unsafe matter when connecting to WiFi ... ( read original story ...)

UAE consumers risking personal data for connectivity

Dubai: Consumers in the UAE are unable to resist a strong and free WiFi network, and their online actions may be placing their personal information at risk, according to Norton by Symantec’s 2017 Norton WiFi Risk Report. But the siren song of free data ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai says smart meters to be fitted to all taxis by June 2018

Dubai's transport authority has annnounced the start of a smart meter system for taxis in Dubai at the cost of AED68.8 million ($18.7 million). The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) said in a statement that all taxicabs, comprising 10,550 vehicles, will be ... ( read original story ...)