Chinese ICT giant Huawei today stated that when it comes to plan of action and execution Dubai is considered as the smartest city, also added on the fact that Smart Dubai roadmap has aimed the delivery of 1,000 services by next year.
The city of Dubai have emerged number one in an examination of smart city campaigns across 10 Gulf Arab cities put forth by Xinhua news agency.
Huawei and research firm Navigant further stated that “The Gulf city stood out for its plan of action intended to accomplish a specific goal with adequate understanding to deliver the practical requirements”.
Safder Nazir, an executive at Huawei Middle East in Dubai went on to say that “While we realise that each city is different and has its own smart city needs, we valued the strategic impact of the governments’ vision and even more important how effectively a government of a city or emirate executes that strategy”.
The competitors of smart city index were the capital of Qatar, Dubai’s neighbour Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates and Doha. According to the organiser Dubai World Trade Centre “expecting 100,000 trade visitors from 150 countries and the five day fair hosts 4,000 exhibiting companies.