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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

An agreement has been signed between Dubai Police and General Motors on road safety

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General Motors (GM) and Dubai Police have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to create road safety and traffic the board advancements in the UAE.

Signed by Major General Engineer Kamel Butti Al-Suwaidi, Director General of Operations at Dubai Police and Gary West, Managing Director, OnStar and Future Mobility General Motors Africa and Middle East, the MoU reinforces the current connection between Dubai Police and GM, empowering them to collaborate consistently as they all in all work towards upgrading road safety in the UAE through imaginative innovation arrangements.

The marking of the MoU is the subsequent stage towards dispatching OnStar, GM’s spearheading in-vehicle safety and security innovation, in the UAE, by permitting Dubai Police and OnStar to cooperate to help drivers when the unforeseen occurs. At the point when an OnStar prepared GM vehicle is engaged with an accident, the vehicle can naturally caution OnStar Advisors who will decide the seriousness of the accident and afterward move the data to the Operations Room at Dubai Police, permitting crisis responders to be educated on the particulars of the occurrence and act viably, before showing up on location.

Remarking on the MoU, Major General Al Suwaidi said: “Under the direction of Lt. Gen. Abdullah Khalifa Al-Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Dubai Police is focused on building and fortifying its co-activity with accomplices to mutually create innovation that upgrade road safety. This MoU is an illustration of how Dubai Police is continually functioning to the greatest advantage of the local area by conveying against Dubai Government’s all-encompassing system to inventively improve safety and security on the roads.”

The MoU additionally diagrams that Dubai Police and GM will keep on cooperating to help and advance road safety, will collaborate with the intend to additionally build up the association, keeping the safety of Dubai’s drivers front-of-mind. At last, the MoU likewise considers the chance of testing creative innovation with Dubai Police.

Luay Al Shurafa President and Managing Director of General Motors Africa and Middle East said: “We are regarded to sign the MoU with Dubai Police, denoting an achievement in connectivity and in-vehicle safety and security administrations in the Middle East. General Motors has been in the locale for more than 90 years, working intimately with the visionary authority to construct smart, practical and progressed urban communities. Our vision of a future with Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion is entirely lined up with this desire and we are glad to be intense and strong accomplices with the UAE government and the more extensive area, pursuing a cleaner, more splendid tomorrow.”

 

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