As part of its mandate to enable smart and safe living, Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (Qmic) has launched its latest mobile platform “DriveSafe.”
To support the country for the successful conduct of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and beyond, Qatar Innovations Mobility Centre (Qmic) is supercharging its services and products, starting with the relaunch of its intelligent mobility platform, Wain, next month.
Augmenting the efforts to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, the Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (Qmic) is developing an innovative mechanism that will be made available by July
The Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (QMIC), an institution using local R&D to create scalable digital industries in Qatar, is featuring several innovative technologies and smart solutions developed in Qatar ...
In a move that’s aimed at focusing on smart road asset management and developing an innovative solution for the intelligent transport sector
The average number of hours spent by commuters in traffic jams in 2018 has fallen by 10% compared to 2016, according to a report released by Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (Qmic) Monday.
Wain, a mobile application, meaning 'where' in Arabic and launched by the Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (QMIC), will enhance the tourist experience in a big way by providing accurate information about the happenings and major locations in the country.
Ashghal and Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre (QMIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for co-operation through “Wain” application ...
Local delivery services in Qatar will soon become easier and faster with Tasleem, a new platform designed to meet the rapidly expanding e-Commerce market in the region.
The Qatar Mobility Innovation Centre (QMIC) will soon launch the test of an application that can restrict people from using mobile phones while behind the wheel, Gulf Times has learnt.