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At the exhibition, visitors will be able to see new ideas for green, sustainable and environmentally friendly mass transport services from around the world, and research centres around the world. In addition, jetpacks, medical drones, food delivery robots, electric bicycles, electric vertical take-off and landing planes and much more will be on show.
Some prototype vehicles use artificial intelligence, machine learning and geospatial data. The exhibition will also showcase new ideas for green, sustainable and environmentally friendly mass transport services from around the world and from research centres around the world.
RTA will also demonstrate a dynamic wireless charging system for electric cars and buses on the move using resonant magnetic field technology (SMFIR), which has already been tested in Dubai's Silicon Oasis. In the future, this network could be installed under the roads to provide wireless charging for electric vehicles as they drive through the city.
“The rapid technological and industrial changes brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, especially in the field of autonomous transportation, will reshape the future of mobility, provide new means of transportation, and develop current means of transportation in line with future trends. The demand for mass passenger transport and shared mobility is expected to increase,” said Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority, (RTA), Commissioner-General for the Infrastructure, Urban Planning and Wellbeing Pillar in Dubai, said.
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