As well as liberalizing legislation governing foreign investment and visas, Dubai’s government support for digitization is also turning the city into a magnet for tech entrepreneurs.
ERES’s ambitions for transforming real estate procedure extend well beyond its home city.
If data is the fuel powering the Globalization 4.0 trend in focus at Davos in 2019, then no city is better positioned for this new era than the bustling trade and services hub of modern-day Dubai.
In that architectural icon of the consumer age, the shopping mall, some of the world’s largest developers are using the power of data to find new ways to attract customers and increase spending.
Life will not let you just do what you want every day the same way forever. You have to be looking at what else you can do. It is challenging, and it is sometimes difficult, but it is rewarding
Dubai is taking the smart city concept to the next level and exploring the possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI) to transform the entire relationship between a city and its residents.
As the acknowledged real estate capital of the Middle East, Dubai has long understood the importance of transparency, openness and efficiency to ensure the smooth running of its property market.
In Dubai, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has installed Smart Pedestrian Signals in 15 busy locations across the city.
From the smartphone in a commuter’s pocket to the data center at a bank, business or government office, information and communications technology has become the engine room of contemporary urban life.
Earlier this year, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) inaugurated a Digital Command Center that uses AI to monitor and manage the company’s ever-expanding...