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The Managing Director & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, unveiled three mega industrial shows in Dubai, namely, Tube Arabia, the international trade fair for tube and pipe industries, the Arabia Essen Welding & Cutting (AEWC), which showcases products and services in manual and machine welding, and the inaugural Metal Middle East, the international trade fair for metallurgical technology, thermo process technology, foundry machinery and metal working tools.
The citys newest public transport system, the Dubai Trolley, which is a kilometre long, will open to public during the first quarter of the year, as the rails have already been laid out and the stations are getting their finishing touches.
20/11/2014 - The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has issued 301 new facility licences and has approved 10 new hospitals in the private sector, which are now under construction.
17/11/2014 - A smart tourist guide service for the Dubai Ferry has been recently launched by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
14/10/2014 - Free Wi-Fi will be henceforth available in public parks and beaches in Dubai, the Dubai Municipality has announced.
14/10/2014 - Dubai has recently launched a unique initiative called Happiness Meter to measure the satisfaction and happiness of the public in government services on a daily basis using electronic devices that are linked to a central network.
7/10/2014 - The Gitex Technology Week will be unveiled at the Dubai World Trade Centre on 12th October 2014, and will go on until the 16th October.
11/9/2014 - The first edition of Smart Living City Dubai 2014, a biannual event which focuses on local and international smart start-ups, will be held on 15th and 16th September at Jumeirah Emirates Tower.
8/9/2014 - As per the latest information, Dubai homes and businesses would be soon governed by solar power connection, which is now in its final stages of development.
14/8/2014 - The forthcoming launch of Dubai 360.
6/8/2014 - The new Concourse D terminal at Dubai International Airport will be connected to an existing terminal by driverless train, which will open by first quarter of next year, a top official revealed.