This robot will be given to the police for criminal information. The Robocop would also be fined for violating traffic laws. The pedestrians can also provide information using its chest touchscreen. This information collected through robots will also be transported and traffic to the police.
Dubai's government authorities say their targets will be 30 percent of the police force by 2030. Brigadier Khalid Al Raju, director of Dubai Police Smart Service Service said, through this machine, we will not replace our police members. He further said, 'Since the population in Dubai is increasing, we want the police officers to work closely with the formation of a safe city. They will be able to provide regular services using this method. At the same time, they can also help with crime prevention by connecting with the control room regularly.
Khalid Al Raju said, "Robot police has been reduced to assist people in the shopping mall or on the streets. This police has been brought to the streets to curb the crime of our city, to keep the city safe and to increase the happiness of the people. '
The robot police force announced a plan in a ceremony in Dubai in March.
Currently, this robot police can communicate only in English and Arabic. It also plans to include Russian, Chinese, French and Spanish languages. Another robot is expected to join the Dubai police force next year. But it will depend on financing.
Brigadier Abdullah bin Sultan, director of the Dubai Police Future Planning Center told Gulf News, "We will use more robots in future for the police system. By 2030, we would like to use about 25 percent of the total number of robots in the police force.
Dubai police chief Major General Abdullah Khalifa El Marri said, Hopefully, our police will be smart to achieve our goals.Police forces in some countries are experimenting with robots and we are planning to do it in the future.
Robot police have the ability to scan the face of another 20 meters away. Besides, there is a touchscreen placement on top of her chest, with which people can use crime to report to the police for the crime. There is a microphone placed on the touchscreen, which can be directly dialed to call centers in Dubai Police.
Chief of the Dubai Police Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al said, "We have planned such a security to face the future of crime. By the year 2025, Dubai will be among the top five cities in the world. "He said that by 2013, 50 percent of the city's police buildings would be self-managed. Planning to build DNA data bank of police is underway.