One of our partners is US-based Reviver Auto, the creator of the world’s first digital licence plate platform. Our association has a simple mission – to make vehicles more connected and make communities more secure than ever. We are working together to launch digital versions of vehicle plates in the GCC by the end of this year. This means, the traditional stamped metal plates will soon be replaced with digital, high-definition displays called Rplates. Notably, after the US, the GCC is poised to become the second market to see vehicles with digital licence plates running on the roads. The aim is to have connected and intelligent high-definition licence plates on vehicles, which will be linked to the toll gates and parking systems allowing accessing basic services easy and a secure affair. The launch of the Rplate, the licence plate of the future, will help accelerate digital transformation of various sectors including transport, security, automobile and entertainment.