Ooredoo launches 5G-connected wheelchairs for differently-abled tourists Dec 04, 2019 0 690 12345 IN a first of its kind in the Middle East region, Ooredoo in partnership with ‘Wheel The World’ on Tuesday launched 5G-connected wheelchairs to make it easier for differently-abled tourists to explore Qatar. Fitted with Google Assistant API, the 5G-connected wheelchair will ensure that its users can enjoy the same tourist experiences as anyone else and access assistance when they need it. Aimed at opening up the many tourist attractions in Qatar to all, Ooredoo will leverage its 5G network and use Google Assistant API to offer a booking portal and a pre-trip virtual assistant so that visitors can use it to plan their trip in advance. —Satyendra Pathak RELATED ARTICLES Amir reviews progress on World Cup projects Dec 04, 2019 0 1666 Pulsating Gulf Cup offers sneak peek of amazing Qatar 2022 show Dec 04, 2019 0 727 Amir receives invitation from Saudi king to attend GCC Summit on December 10 Dec 04, 2019 0 1343 Doha best city for expats in GCC Doha has been ranked as the best city for expatriates in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), according to Expat City Ranking 2019 by InterNations. Doha (12th) takes the top spot among the cities in the GCC followed by Abu .. Massive rush to buy tickets for Gulf Cup semis Tribune News Network Doha Tickets for the 24th Arabian Gulf Cup semi-finals have been selling like hot cakes. There is a mad rush at ticket counters, the organisers have said. Hundreds of fans and football lovers were seen .. 10.9% rise in traffic cases in October A total of 599 traffic cases were recorded during October 2019, showing a monthly increase of 10.9 percent, according to latest figures released by the Planning and Statistics Authority. Light injuries accounted for ..