Already in use in California, Reviver Auto has previously reached U.S. licensing agreements to bring the groundbreaking plates to roughly one-third of the U.S. driving population including California, Arizona, Texas, and Florida. Now the company has announced a new international agreement for a proof of concept program of the Rplate Pro to the Dubai Road and Transit Authority in partnership with local distributor Team Target International.

“The global adoption of the Rplate Pro coincides with our mission to establish a universal connected vehicle innovation platform and this program will prove our ability to be a robust solution and first in this market,” said Neville Boston, CEO, Reviver Auto. “We’re not just reinventing the connected vehicle ecosystem; we’re building safer and more connected communities one license plate at a time and are thrilled to be part of Dubai’s Smart City initiative.”

“Reviver Auto is ushering in a new era of connectivity for transportation,” said Abdullah Yousuf Al Ali, CEO of RTA’s Licensing Agency. “The Rplate Pro will play a critical role in aiding communication between vehicles and transportation-related agencies and programs that aim to ultimately make driving safer and smarter. It is our vision to make Dubai the smartest city in the world and the Rplate Pro will be a key part of our transportation infrastructure.”

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