The UAE is all set to have its first AI driver evaluation hub using the latest technology that will enable a data-based driver evaluation enhancing the existing procedures with a much deeper, biometric, insight into the drivers’ behaviour.
This comes in coordination between the Ministry and the companies operating delivery service and with the support and participation of the concerned government entities.
A driver is facing trial at the Court of First Instance in Dubai for gropping a woman.
He was the first Saudi driver to take over the operations of the Dammam - Al Hofuf - Riyadh route, which opened in 1951.
The Dubai Police’s Maritime Rescue Unit managed to recover a vehicle that had slipped into the sea off the boat house in the Fishermen's Port in Umm Suqeim.
The launch of the system is the first stage of the intelligent field project, which Ajman police seek to implement to provide intelligent and integrated solutions in all driving test vehicles.
The company explained that the appellee worked for it as a taxi driver and had borrowed an amount of money of which he did not pay Dhs962. He had also committed several traffic violations which amounted to Dhs4,975.
“Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) is keen to showcase the efforts of the Control Centre and educate the public and road users about the role of DTC in benefiting from the new technologies and smart systems in monitoring and tracking 7,200 vehicles.
The incident resulted in severe injuries to a 27-year-old Asian man who was left behind as the driver fled the scene in an attempt to escape from the country in a desperate bid to avoid capture.
An ambulance was immediately dispatched to the location of the accident, after the Operations Room of the Sharjah Police had received a report, stating that an Asian man exposed to a run over accident on the 2nd industrial road in the emirate.