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Yango Introduces New Ride-Hailing Features In UAE

The international service’s latest technologies align with the UAE’s vision to elevate road safety for drivers and passengers alike.



yango introduces new ride-hailing features in uae

Yango, the International ride-hailing service, has launched new safety features for UAE users. The technologies demonstrate the company’s commitment to e-mobility road safety consciousness across the GCC.

The new systems, including Speeding control and driving-style monitoring, build on the existing range of technologies already in use, which include SOS buttons for contacting local authorities, route-sharing, and a Safety Center integrating the most up-to-date features.

yango ride-hailing new security features

The new additions to the service are designed to enhance road safety and reduce risk. GPS control monitors driving speed during rides, sending near-immediate notifications when necessary. Meanwhile, the driving-style monitoring technology is sensitive to harsh vibrations and hard braking. If drivers continue to perform poorly, access to the service is revoked. In addition, Yango evaluates driving style based on passenger feedback.

Aside from these features, Yango continues to work on several technologies to bring ride safety to a whole new level. Among those is an AI-driven route monitoring platform allowing the Yango support team to monitor route deviations in real-time.

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General Manager of Yango GCC, Islam Abdul Karim, said: “Safety of passengers and drivers remains one of our first priorities. Yango is setting a benchmark for road safety in ride-hailing and ensuring a safe and responsible ride experience for all. Our overarching goal is to empower the UAE with state-of-the-art technological solutions in ride-hailing, especially as the industry is set to have 3.25 million users in the country by 2027”.

Yango’s latest update aligns with the UAE’s broader vision for road safety. The Emirates has already embraced advanced technologies such as smart cameras to detect swerving, sudden lane changes, and illegal turns. In Dubai alone, 53 strategic initiatives now cover traffic control, vehicle and highway engineering, and traffic awareness, aiming to reduce the number of road incidents that occur each year.


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LEAP 2024 Will Shine A Light On Female Innovators In Technology

Women comprise nearly a third of the event’s speaker lineup alongside a dedicated program of high-level content, investment, and mentorship.



leap 2024 will shine a light on female innovators in technology

LEAP 2024, a premier global technology event, will highlight the achievements of women in the technology sector as it returns for its third edition at the Riyadh Exhibition and Convention Centre in Malham district from March 4 to 7.

Hosted by Tahaluf, a strategic collaboration between Informa PLC, the Events Investment Fund (EIF), and the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming, and Drones (SAFCSP), LEAP 2024 will feature a dedicated program titled “Women in Tech”. The program will offer enriching content, investment opportunities, networking sessions, mentorship programs, and a special startup award.

leap 2024 event women in tech

The initiative aims to inspire women to actively participate in the technology industry, aligning with broader diversity efforts. Reflecting the Kingdom’s commitment to equality, the focus on “Women in Tech” coincides with the increasing female participation at LEAP events.

Annabelle Mander, Senior Vice President of Tahaluf, emphasized the event’s commitment to gender inclusivity, stating, “Female representation is across all of LEAP’s features and reflects the event’s mission of driving economic diversification and providing market access to international business. Within Tahaluf itself, half of our team members are women, and women make up half of our SMT, too”.

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The “Women in Tech” program will feature distinguished speakers including Nadine Hachach Haram, CEO and Founder of Proximie, and Sahar Albanarna from IMPACTIQUE Bahrain, who explained: “Over 26 million women worldwide with professional experience and degrees are not in the global workplace. This demographic includes a huge pool of untapped talent which technology can help unleash to fuel the co-creation of exponential solutions across multiple sectors. To help women access productive employment, we urge industry leaders to support high-impact female entrepreneurs as a means to boost their economies and accelerate the UN’s sustainable development goals by promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth”.

The event will also provide a platform for female-led startups and entrepreneurs to pitch for funding and support through various initiatives such as the Women’s Investor Forum, Entrepreneur Mentorship Scheme, and the Aviatrix Award at the Rocket Fuel pitch competition, offering a prize fund of US$150,000.

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