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2017 has been a very good year. Now 2018 is coming, people think that the coming year is also good. 2017 has been an exciting year for the UAE as far as tech progressions. Be it testing the flying cabs to getting robocops for observation and fast advance on the UAE’s Mars Project – Hope, the emirates has without a doubt been at the forefront.
We cannot crystal gaze into the future to look what’s in store. But, as we wrapping up 2017 year, we can create a list of things to do or things to be happen in the next year.
6 highlights of Dubai to be see in next year
We should turn the 2017 leaf and see what’s in store as we introduce 2018.
#1 Fyling taxis to become a truth
While the screening of the two-traveler autonomous air taxi (AAT) or flying taxi in Dubai started in 2017, more taxicabs will take off into the Dubai skies in 2018.
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) September 25, 2017
Throughout the following five years, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will work together with the General Civil Aviation Authority and Dubai Civil Aviation Authority to ascertain that the operational necessities for executing AAT services are set up. Don’t be surprised on the off chance that you see one hovering around your window on a clear-sky day!
#2 VAT comes into efforts
If there is one talk that is govern social conversations lately, it has to be the usage of Value Added Tax (VAT) in the UAE.
While the middle-class is irritable about the additional cost that will hollow their budgets, few are improving plans to their investment funds one year from now. From cooking at home over requesting takeaways and shopping for require rather than greed, their list of reforms is endless.
#3 Hail an Electric taxi
Pushing ahead with its mission for clean vitality, 50 Tesla electric vehicles were taken off as a feature of Dubai Taxi benefit in September 2017. Pushing forward, extra 75 vehicles will be added to the Dubai Taxi’s limousine supple. Be prepared to be treated with royalty, as you can journey around in the rich Model S and SUV Model X.
If you are thinking about buying a Tesla, now could be the best time as charging the car will be free of cost until 2019. Furthermore, Tesla drivers will get an exemption on salik and also benefit free parking.
#4 Drone deliveries will soon become a reality in Dubai
Not very far off in 2018, drone conveyances will soon turn into a reality in Dubai. This new-age conveyance component would cost about 30-40% not as much as the traditional conveyance.
The deliveries will be presented in particular zones like Emirates Hills, The Meadows, The Springs, The Greens, Jumeirah and Umm Suqeim. It will then be extended to a wide variety of clients to dispatch goods and items measuring 5kg or less to areas crosswise over Dubai.
#5 Projects to ease crowding in UAE
In the event that there is one thing that is always being updated in the UAE, it is the infrastructure. To cater to the ever-growing needs, different projects are in progress and will see the light of the day in 2018.
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) November 9, 2017
The upgrade of Dubai-Sharjah accessibility on the Emirates Road is required to be prepared by August 2018. It will give a noteworthy help to the numerous suburbanites, who take the course each day to work and back.
#6 Further attractions on the way
Dubai Safari – The eagerly awaited Dubai Safari, home to 2,500 animals, will open its entryways in the new year. An all-access package will cost Dh30 for youngsters and Dh85 for grown-ups while section to the towns, barring Safari Village, is evaluated at Dh20 for kids and Dh50 for adults. Free access will be allowed to kids under three, elderly over 60 and individuals of assurance.
Ain Dubai – Adding another element to their development ponder, Dubai will disclose the biggest Ferris wheel on the world, Ain Dubai. At a height of 210 meters, Ain Dubai will give a 360-degree view of the city and its coastline.
Try not to be astonished if more attractive attractions are reported in 2018.