Since the beginning of this year, 5,340 short text messages (SMS) have been sent to the owners of abandoned vehicles in Dubai, inside or outside the country, which helped to take required actions regarding their abandoned vehicles.
A total of 43 Dubai Government entities taking part in the Strategy have succeeded in digitalising their internal and external processes. Collectively, they offer more than 1,800 digital services and boast over 10,500 key processes.
"A team of 26 workers including 6 supervisors representing all the parties involved in the operation participated in the recovery process of the abandoned floating restaurant in the Riqqat Al Buteen area," he added.
The violations were spotted in establishments located in Al Muraqqabat and Riggat Al Buteen areas, and their activities included building materials trade, and commercial brokerage.
Dubai Municipality explained that its inspectors issued warning notices to 24 other institutions, all of which failed to abide by the procedures and controls set by the municipality to limit the spread of the virus.
Using state-of-the-art space technologies, DMSat-1 will monitor, collect and analyse environmental data as well as measure air pollutants and greenhouse gases.
The young participating artists created seven objects in total, ranging from triangle to diamond, using various geometrical designs as stencils, as part of the "Days of Moscow" week in the UAE.
A source from the Dubai Civil Defense stated that teams from Zabeel Fire Station, first responders and competent authority, and teams from Al Rashidiya, Al Barsha and Al Ittihad centres, arrived within 4 minutes to the location after the operations room received an information at 3:19pm Wednesday, about the outbreak of the fire at the Swissotel Al Murooj.
The move seeks to align the ICT strategies of government entities with the emirate’s strategic objectives towards digital transformation, as well as mitigate the risks associated with digitalisation initiatives launched in the government.
Abdullah added that the new system, which is being applied in developed countries, will soon be put into effect in Dubai, explaining that fingerprint registration allows faster and more accurate investigation procedures.