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Dubai Customs participates in Gitex Technology with 8 projects 

Under the slogan “Safe and Sustainable Digital Trade”, Dubai Customs takes part in Gitex Technology this year with eight leading projects. From its stand number S3-B1 at Sheikh Saeed Hall3, the Government Department will highlight its latest services and innovations, which aim to boost trade, protect society and enhance passengers’ experience.

The projects are I-Box Auto Handling Project, Smart Inspection Table, Smart Electric Vehicles, Smart iDeclare, Smart Inspection Program (SIMA), the new corporate website, e-Commerce Platform, and Inspection Submarine. 

Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the smart electric vehicles, which are used for inspection purposes along Dubai Creek, Deira Wharfage and Al Hamriya Port (14km).

Visitors will also be face to face with the Smart Inspection Submarine. The new creative drone can explore vessels’ hulls and dive down up to 98 feet. It features a 4K camera, which can provide high-resolution 3D pictures and videos. Live streaming can be watched in the operations room using virtual reality goggles to detect prohibited and restricted goods. 
I-Box will help streamline logistic processes in Dubai to serve passengers and handle precious shipments more efficiently. 

“Dubai Customs keeps developing and enhancing their digital programs to keep pace with the goals of the 50 initiatives announced by the UAE to stimulate and diversify its economy, seeking to attract some new foreign investments,” said H.E. Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, CEO of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, Director General of Dubai Customs. “The 41st Edition of Gitex Technology is gaining more weight and significance this year, as it marks the global recovery from covid-19 and takes place in conjunction with EXPO2020 Dubai. This year, a plethora of technology leaders, start-ups as well as well-established firms in this sector are participating in the event. The leading exhibition will highlight the latest AI technologies, 5th generation communications, cloud computing concepts, big data, digital security, block chain technologies and financial technology.”

Musabih added: 
“We look forward to meeting with experts, solution providers, and business people across many countries. Gitex will be a great platform to exchange experiences and insights around technological transformation and latest trends. We will highlight our smart customs services that has been playing an essential role in facilitating trade and national economic development.”

 Gitex Technology Week exhibition will be held from 17 to 21 October, and it will receive visitors from 10am to 6pm. 

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