New central operations room opened at Dubai's Transport Security Department with state-of-art AI solutions.
30 September 2021, 12:00 AM
31 October 2021, 12:00 AM
Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai's Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management, opened the new Central Operations Room of Dubai's Transport Security Department.
To achieve the UAE's leadership's objectives within the framework of the UAE Centennial 2071 plan, The Operations Room features state-of-art AI solutions and operates round the clock. It is part of a comprehensive infrastructure being developed by Dubai
According to the Dubai Media Office press release on Wednesday, Sheikh Mansour toured the Operations Room which features state-of-art AI solutions. He was briefed about the functions of the advanced facility, which operates round the clock.
The Central Operations Room features a smart reporting system that aims to further reduce the Transport Security Department's emergency response time as well as increase accuracy of incident reporting to 95 per cent. The Room also features LTE communication devices that will help replace 80 per cent of voice messages sent by the system with text messages.
The Transport Security Department's smart CCTV network feature 8,000 interconnected cameras operating around the clock and drone-operated surveillance cameras covering large events.
During the visit, Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed also opened the Unified Call Center (908) of the Transport Security Department, which seeks to streamline interaction with the public and improve services offered in 10 different languages.