DUBAI: The Dubai Police have promised to unveil 15 new smart services in the upcoming Gitex from Oct.18 to 22 at the World Trade Centre in Dubai.
The revelation was made by the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Maj Gen Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina. He said the 15 new smart services will target external and internal customers.
“Our participation comes under the authority of Dubai Smart Government with an aim of highlighting the upgrading of services provided to the public, and the providing of smart services in the easiest and fastest way possible through its applications.”
The Director of Smart Services at the Dubai Police, Colonel Khaled Nasser Al-Razzuqi, explained that the new services will be immediately available after the launch, within Dubai Police Smart Applications, in addition to Apple Smart Watch. “Further details will be announced during the exhibition.”
Al-Razzuqi emphasised that Dubai Police pay special attention to Gitex participation, through the partaking of 10 different departments, within Dubai Police platform: the Gen. Dept. of Criminal Investigation, the Gen. Dept. of Human Resources, the Regulatory Office, the Gen. Dept. of Traffic, the Gen. Dept. of Organisation Protective Security & Emergency, the Gen. Dept. of Total Quality, the Gen. Dept. of Services and Supplies, the Gen. Dept. of Community Services, the Gen. Dept. of Forensic Science & Criminology, and the Gen. Dept. of Smart Services. Dubai Police launched the service of checking your driving record on smartphones.
Colonel Saif Mahyer Al Mazroui, Director of the General Directorate of Traffic at Dubai Police, said that the service allows drivers to obtain an electronic certificate sent to the e-mail of the licence owner. They can find out about their prior traffic offences recorded on their licence, including traffic fines and the number of traffic points, and the number of times that the driving licence was suspended, in addition to the total medium or minor incidents which had been committed.
For his part, Colonel Dr Ahmed Bin Sabih, the Acting Director of the General Directorate of the smart services, said that the General Directorate of smart services, initiated under the supervision of Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, the Commander in Chief of Dubai Police, provide intelligent services that gives the client access with the push of a button from the mobile phone. He added that this can assist in the hiring of drivers by companies or for personal services, wherein the employer can know the driver’s behaviour and traffic history.