Dubai police to have driverless patrol vehicles on roads by 2020

Dubai Police General Command has signed an M.O.U with Acacus Technologies, to have driver-less patrol vehicles on Dubai roads by 2020. The driver-less vehicles are planned to be on Dubai roads phase-wise. The first phase will have capabilities including cameras and video analytics. Whereas the subsequent phases will include object detection, tracking, and advanced driver-less technology.

Acacus Technologies is Dubai’s home-grown technology leader. Acacus is a pioneer in developing autonomous vehicle technology and state-of-the-art transportation management. It has developed solutions with cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. Acacus is already providing its intelligent fleet management solutions to leading government enterprises, corporate and airlines across U.A.E, MENA and globally.

As per signed M.O.U, Acacus will be revamping the entire fleet of Dubai Police’s patrol vehicles, phase wise, to develop and integrate it into driver-less technology. Each phase will add new and advanced capabilities. Acacus will be developing and innovating software and hardware solutions for this project. Since its inception in 2013 Acacus has been one of the fastest growing technology leaders in the region. And it plans to dominate the mobility and transportation space globally with artificial intelligence and machine learning based software and hardware solutions. Acacus specializes in providing cost-effective technology solutions.

The M.O.U was signed by the General Command of the Dubai Police department, Major-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police and Founder & CEO of Acacus Technologies Mr. Talal Ben Halim in presence of Rashid Ahmed Bin Rasheed, Chairman of Board of Acacus Group, Major General Engineer Mohammed Saif Al-Zafin, Assistant Commander-in-Chief Operations, Brigadier Dr. Mohammed Nasser Abdul Razzaq Al-Razzouqi, Director of Administration General for Transport and Rescue, his Deputy Brigadier General Ahmed Shahil, directors of the departments sub-departments General for Transport and Rescue and number of officers.

Source: Acacus Technologies