Dubai Police new ‘smart patrol’ is a 5G supercar
Dubai Police has unveiled its first 5G-enabled police car.
Predictably, it’s embedded inside one of the police’s supercars. The new car will officially be the first 5G-enabled patrol in the Middle East.
Dubai Police announced its new car with help from Etisalat. The ‘smart patrol’ is equipped with AI technology and high-tech cameras which will communicate to the police’s Control and Command room via the 5G network.
The new technology will help keep Dubai safer, says Brigadier Khaled Nasser AL-Razooqi.
"Implementing 5G-enabled services is one of the many steps taken by Dubai Police to achieve this goal."
"The 5G-enabled patrol aims at reducing response times, faster data transfers in the security sector, connecting patrol cameras with the highest resolution to the Command and Control room, as well as facial recognition technology," said Abdulla Ibrahim Al Ahmed, Senior Vice President for Government Institution Sales at Etisalat.
The new car will join the Dubai Police’s fleet of supercar patrols.
Currently, the police have an Aston Martin One-77, a Bentley Continental GT, a Bugatti Veyron and a Ferrari FF (to name just a few).