The police force of Dubai is famous for using supercars and other peculiarities into its task force, but its newest may be the most peculiar till now. The law enforcement organization has disclosed that it will include Tesla’s Cybertruck to its fleet. It states that this will take place next year, but that is obviously not taking place when manufacturing does not begin until late 2021. Maj Gen. Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri (the Commander in Chief) clarified that this might assist “improve security attendance” in tourist places such as the Burj Khalifa. And it is obvious that you are less probable to speed if an electric death wedge is expected to hound you down.
The force has been condemned at times for a fleet whose cars are often more about touting as compared to catching criminals. It does not actually require an ultra-rare Ferrari for chasing. The Cybertruck, on the other hand, can be actually practical. The dual-motor edition coming in 2021 is faster off the line as compared to most vehicles, and the extra-hard steel can assist knock criminals off the streets. With that claimed, cops had better expect crooks do not take aim at the windows.
On a related note, earlier Dubai claimed that it will start trying smart license plates, the media reported, and they will be capable of contacting emergency services in the event of an accident, displaying a notification if it or the vehicle it is on are stolen, and communicating with other vehicles related to traffic jams. A test started to test out the system, understand how best to launch out the machines in the future, and check for any technological problems arising due to the city’s arid & hot climate. Along with its communication functions, the digital plate will also permit for parking fees, consumers’ fines, and plate registration fees to be subtracted from their accounts automatically.
Maria Jackson a resident of China has completed her tutoring in Masters in Computers. She deals with the international technology section-related news owing her intense interest in collecting unique gadgets or reading technology-related books like The Innovator’s Dilemma, The Soul of a new machine, and so on. Prior to captivating the senior editor position at The BunBury Mail news magazine, she has worked as a copy editor and junior reporter covering the tech news at The BunBury Mail for almost a year now.