The digital number plates will also be able to automatically inform emergency services in the case of an accident
Dubai is continuing its drive to become one of the most advanced cities in the world when it comes to transportation.
As well as pioneering the use of taxi drones, the metropolis is also looking at extending communications technology in standard cars.
Under new plans, digital licence plates could be fitted to cars in order to automatically inform the emergency services in case of an accident.
The plates would be connected to GPS transmitters inside the car and inform not only emergency services and the police in the event of an accident, but also other road users to warn them of traffic disruption.