The UAE sets the standard for air travel around the world.
As home to Emirates, which is the world's best airline, the UAE must work to maintain its status as leaders in aviation.
Dubai Future Accelerators were created for this very reason-- as a place to help develop ideas and goals that will allow Emirates to maintain its status--and Sheikh Mo was joined by his sons Sheikh Hamdan and Sheikh Maktoum to discuss the ways in which the UAE can remain top in the field.
For Sheikh Mo, the challenge is three-fold, and he outlined the steps the UAE needs to take in a series of Tweets.
The first challenge is to develop a fleet of autonomous vehicles:
Emirates’ 1st challenge is to develop a new fleet of autonomous vehicles that meet specialised mobility needs of airport airside operations— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) October 28, 2017
The second challenge is to transform the way Emirates cabin crew learns-- and the means through which they are taught.
The second challenge is to invent a solution to transform the way Emirates teaches cabin crew and the way they learn— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) October 28, 2017
The third challenge is to make the travel experience more personalized.
The third challenge is to develop solution to integrate personalised needs of Emirates passengers across the entire experience chain— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) October 28, 2017
As an innovator in its field, Emirates is already making all the correct moves to stay at the top of the industry, but Sheikh Mo's outline aims for progress, and his foresight is what will ensure Emirates maintains its status.