Abu Dhabi's Smart Vehicle Cluster will Create Thousands of Jobs and Contribute Billions to the Economy of the UAE
Abu Dhabi plans to establish the Smart & Autonomous Vehicle Industries (SAVI) cluster, projecting a significant boost of up to 120 billion UAE dirhams ($32.67 billion) to the UAE economy and the creation of about 50,000 new jobs.
The SAVI cluster is designed to revolutionize the advancement of smart and autonomous vehicles across air, land, and sea, as reported on Zawya.
This strategic move aligns with Abu Dhabi's commitment to expanding investments in advanced industries, aiming to bolster global competitiveness while embracing sustainability.
Crown Prince Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has emphasized the importance of nurturing local talent, attracting international expertise, leveraging cutting-edge technologies, and establishing a conducive ecosystem to drive growth in this sector.
The UAE is gearing up to host COP28, the annual climate summit in December, and is actively pursuing sustainability across sectors.
The Abu Dhabi Transportation Mobility Management Strategy (TMM) aims to increase sustainable transportation usage by 2030.
Additionally, the Dubai Autonomous Transportation Strategy plans to shift 25% of transportation in the emirate to autonomous mode by 2030.