Dubai using AI to track 7200 vehicles and 14500 drivers. Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), a subsidiary of RTA, has begun to employ artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor and track the performance of its drivers and vehicles, which include taxis, limousines, school buses, commercial buses, and motorbikes.
The “Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) is eager to highlight the Control Center’s efforts and educate the public and road users about DTC’s role in benefiting from new technologies and smart systems in monitoring and tracking 7,200 vehicles.”
Dubai using AI to track 7200 vehicles and 14500 drivers
The control centre monitors and tracks 14,500 drivers’ performance. “The centre assists senior management in making quick and efficient decisions, as well as providing a comprehensive calendar of events taking place in Dubai, ensuring that the taxi fleet is deployed according to demand and available vehicles are redirected to high-demand areas,” said Ammar Al Braiki, Director of Fleet Operations at the Dubai Taxi Corporation.
The centre also monitors driver behaviour and compliance with vehicle monitoring requirements for 400 limousines, 1,000 commercial buses, and 600 delivery motorcycles. It also monitors vehicle routes to ensure safe transit.
DTC prioritises student safety and on-time transportation to and from schools and homes, with a major emphasis on managing 1,000 school buses. This includes tracking student information, monitoring travel progress, assessing driver behaviour, and giving fast alert services when needed.
The centre also oversees the operation of 5,200 cabs, ensuring continuous 24/7 service availability. It assists drivers, meets their needs, directs them to high-demand regions, evaluates daily vehicle movement efficiency, and analyses data. These initiatives work together to improve performance in order to meet client requests.
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