Dubai Municipality

  • DG of Dubai Municipality gives exclusive interview to Smart Cities World Forums

    Director General of Dubai Municipality, H.E. Eng. Hussain Lootah has officially confirmed that the municipality plans to launch a new data-collection satellite that will provide them with critical information on environmental aspects ranging from sustainability, maritime conditions and air quality in the UAE. In addition to this, it has been further disclosed that the satellite is capable of monitoring the UAE from space.

  • Dubai Municipality announces 70 digital initiatives across sectors

    As part of the civic body’s new digital strategy, Dubai municipality announced seventy ambitious digital programmes to be undertaken in partnership with the private sector for a future-ready government department. The announcement was made during the first edition of its annual Digital Forum – Towards Building a Digital City that took place virtually.

  • Dubai residents go ‘Car Free’ for awareness campaign on carbon emissions

    Thousands of Dubai residents ditched their cars for an awareness campaign highlighting the harmful impact carbon emissions have on our environment.

    The campaign, simply entitled 'Car Free Day' is now in its eight year - and Director General of Dubai Municipality, Hussain Nasser Lootah, led a team of directors and senior officials from government departments in riding the Metro from Etisalat Station to the Union Station.

  • Schneider Electric partners with Dubai Municipality on smart cities innovations at WETEX

    Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, announced today that Dubai Municipality will explore Smart Cities' innovations to drive water efficiency, at the opening of the Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (WETEX).

  • World Government Summit: Artificial intelligence will drive new industries and revolutionize societies

    Political leaders and dignitaries from all across the globe have gathered in Dubai for the sixth annual edition of the World Government Summit. The three-day event aims to examine and explore how digitalization of traditional industries will transform and completely revolutionize societies as we know them.