Long operated with a ‘cheapest is best’ approach to new acquisitions, the commercial vehicles sector in the UAE is undergoing a major shift, driven by new regulations on safety.
A new autonomous delivery vehicle, guided by solid-state LIDAR technology, could cut the cost of robotic delivery systems to a few hundred dollars.
Geofencing is one of the most powerful features that FMS Tech offers as it gives the administrator control of establishing a virtual boundary around a specified location and sends alerts when a specific vehicle enters or exits the area.
Volvo Buses and FAMCO have received an order from the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority to supply 143 Volvo luxury intercity coaches over the next two years
The 270-km, 4-lane road has 1,183 bridges, tunnels, and viaducts and 11,400 lampposts and is expected to make the overland trucking times
UPS Road Code is inspired from safety training that UPS drivers receive to help them create the most accident-free environment possible.
By end of 2018 ekar will have 500 cars on the roads in Abu Dhabi including 10% light electric vehicles.
DHL is deploying its custom cubicycle, already performing 60% of last mile inner city deliveries in Europe, in the UAE for the first time.
Giovanni Moscatelli, partner & managing director at The Boston Consulting Group Middle East, looks at the viability for the implementation of autonomous technologies in Middle East transport.
Move follows ESMA’s directives to import trucks that meet Euro 4 emission standards
Fleet Management Systems & Technologies (FMS Tech) has launched FMS Eagle Eye, the first-ever integration of in-cabin smart cameras with telematics hardware and software in the GCC to ensure optimum security for fleets.
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