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Major airline launches new feature that offers users an interactive, pre-flight VR tour of their aircraft.
A magazine advert has multi-sensory features including lavender scented ink to help improve sleep.
A new urban development in Dubai is introducing vertical farming that uses 90 percent less water than traditional farming methods.
Nine-meter high replicas are positioned alongside one of the country’s main highways, with local radio stations providing commentary to encourage people to re-engage with art.
The Formula 1 Esports Series is out to find the best virtual F1 driver in the world.
A new biometric security system at Dubai International Airport will use electronic fish to enhance travel procedures.
Currently under testing, the battery-powered vehicle could help officers fly above traffic jams in emergencies.
The local government in Dubai has officially launched its own cryptocurrency to support faster and contactless payments.
China’s intelligent aerial vehicle company Ehang is providing Dubai’s Roads and Transportation Agency with passenger drones for an electric taxi service.
The financial app provides migrant workers with secure access to domestic and international banking services, most of which were previously too expensive.
The UAW police department has developed a robotic police officer with plans to release “fully intelligent robots” into the force by the end of the decade.
Middle East retail leader is running a regional heart health campaign for women in five countries, offering free wellness tests in malls.
A global creative network for women that has just launched in Dubai.
Emirates launches the world’s first interactive in-flight amenity kit.
In Dubai, The Office of The Future is the first 3D printed office building.
The Dubai Civil Defense is creating a fleet of emergency jetpacks, which will help firefighters tackle flames in the city’s skyscrapers.
AlemHealth links healthcare facilities in developing countries with a global network of specialists
The UAE’s Hands Can Talk project has developed software using Microsoft Kinect technology that detects hand gestures and converts it into audible words for a non-deaf audience.
Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, Dubai-based OLLA has created furniture easy enough to assemble that kids can do it themselves.
The Dubai Taxi Corporation is now officially training its cabbies to act as city ambassadors while they’re on the job.
Etihad Airways’ has launched its Flying Nanny scheme, which introduces a new member of on-board staff, available to assist families and their children.