Dubai gets praised for developing new smart city benchmarks

Global governments and tech experts, who will be speaking at GITEX Technology week have praised Dubai’s effort for developing new smart city benchmarks.

Dubai Government has saved over AED 4.3 bn in 13 years of hard efforts by Smart Dubai Government, an effort to make Dubai the smartest, technological advance and happier city in the world.

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Dr Jonathan Reichental, a key speaker at GITEX Technology week said..

“Smart Cities are rising throughout the world, but governments and industry need to agree on what actually makes a city smart. Dubai’s efforts to develop global benchmarks will help cities measure their progress, so that leading innovators, from Silicon Valley to Dubai to Bangalore, can deploy practical tools to measure how they’re improving people’s lives.”

GITEX Technology week is an opportunity for world leaders, tech experts and Governments to learn about the integrated technology advancements used by world’s most smartest cities, helping them stay connected.

“After spending over two years working on benchmarking, creating a blue print, building the framework and testing services on a government level, we are now working on delivering tangible benefits to the residents and visitors of Dubai. The Happiness Metre, the Dubai Data Portal and the Smart Dubai Platform are existing new and evolving initiatives that will contribute significant improvements to the daily lives in the city in the upcoming years,” Dr Aisha Bin Bishr, Director General of Smart Dubai.

In this event at GITEX Technology week, Smart Dubai office will show their solutions/services which are key factors in developing Dubai the happiest city on the earth.

The GITEX event will also feature hundreds of startups, incubators from various countries.

Event will take place from 6th to 20th October later this year at the famous Dubai World Trade Centre.

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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