The joint efforts of Dubai Council for Border Crossing Points Security and all relevant government entities, combined with Digital Dubai’s hi-tech projects, contribute to driving efficiency in border crossing protection and enhancing the emirate’s preparedness at all times, Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Council for Border Crossing Points Security said on Thursday during his visit to the Digital Dubai headquarters.
Sheikh Mansoor was briefed on the latest strategies and initiatives being developed by Digital Dubai to enhance the efficiency of the emirate’s integrated security ecosystem and ensure the safety of Dubai and its border crossings.
“Dubai has a robust security ecosystem that directly contributes to the emirate’s progress across every sector,” Sheikh Mansoor said. “The sense of security and safety in any community is key for the development and progress of cities and for attracting international trade and investors.”
Hamad Al Mansoori, Director General of Digital Dubai, said they are working to make the most of big data and tap its potential. “We are investing in data analytics and developing dashboards and indicators to help decision-makers make sound decisions to advance Dubai’s position across all key sectors,” he said.