To accelerate the Smart Qatar vision, the TASMU platform plans to boost smart services by creating a digital twin of the country itself. It’ll collect and correlate data to generate simulations of situations that may arise in the future. These predictions can lead to more effective decision-making to ensure glitch-free services for citizens, visitors and residents.
Real-time data on crowd density and available vehicles creates a digital representation of the demand at specific locations. This allows Mowsalat to monitor the number of passengers and dispatch buses according to the requirement.
Qatari telecom firm Ooredoo acts as the consortium leader for TASMU, while Microsoft lends support as the global technology enabler. Just like Mowsalat’s crowd management, other sectors will also be able to plan operations better thanks to the digital twin service.