|29 September, 2019

DPM Organises Workshop on Address Guidance System for Logistics Companies in Abu Dhabi

The new system, Onwani Click, facilitates guidance on addresses and aims to enhance logistics services across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

DPM Organises Workshop on Address Guidance System for Logistics Companies in Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI: The Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities (DPM), in cooperation with the Emirates Post Group, organised an introductory workshop to 70 logistics companies on its unified address system, Onwani Click.

The workshop, organised in coordination with Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra municipalities, aims to raise the standards of logistics services provided by private sector companies, by offering accurate guidance to destinations that will help reduce both time and distance.

Through this new system, which was developed by the DPM, users will be able to reach their destinations by entering information of the desired location, such as building number, street name, and name of the region or city.

The system will also show the user additional information about various public services available within the vicinity.

On the Onwani Click app, users will also benefit from using the QR code on each address, which can be shared with other users via other means, such as Whatsapp.

H.E. Majed Al Jaberi, Acting Executive Director of the Real Estate Sector in DPM, highlighted that Onwani Click aims to facilitate the work of companies and all vital sectors, providing them with an integrated package of features that serves Abu Dhabi’s economic, security, social, environmental, tourism and cultural sectors.

It will also help in laying solid foundations for accurately located infrastructure, by adopting the use of advanced technologies in the field of geographic information systems.

H.E. Majed said: “At the heart of urban planning is anticipation. The role of DPM is to plan a sufficient and resilient infrastructure framework capable of supporting anticipated economic and physical growth.

“To further support this ambition, the DPM has created a range of tools, each carefully tailored to specific community needs. Onwani Click is part of our new wide-ranging initiatives that flow straight from our strategic and comprehensive analysis of future transformative changes”.

H.E. added: “This event is part of the DPM's efforts to enhance the quality of life in the Emirate. Developing this system is an important step towards providing smart infrastructure that facilitates access and effective transport to various destinations in the Emirate. The spatial planning technology plays an important role in delivering economic, social and environmental benefits".

The workshop also discussed the different ways to use Onwani Click via the app, which provides integrated data on addresses, roads and street names in the Emirate, as well as updated information to ensure it reaches all communities.

The new system provides users with a variety of options to use different languages like Arabic and English, the possibility of using different operating systems such as Android and iOS, and also integration with navigation applications and other electronic maps.


About Abu Dhabi Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities

The Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities (DPM) was established by Law No. 5 of 2018 and is the entity responsible for supporting the growth and urban development of Abu Dhabi Emirate. The expert authority guides, regulates and monitors urban development activities, improves municipal work to provide comprehensive services and creates higher living standards for residents through the supervision and management of the municipalities and municipal councils.

The DPM ensures the use of best practices in all aspects of its business, and provides advice on urban development and municipal services, in line with the highest international standards. One of the DPM’s top priorities is to fulfil the vision of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, which draws on the vision of our UAE Founding Father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.

Abu Dhabi will host the 10th World Urban Forum (WUF10) in 2020. This will mark the first time when an Arab country will host the landmark conference. In close collaboration with UN-Habitat and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOFAIC), the DPM will organize the conference at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).

For further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us on:
Hamdah Al Shamsi
Director of Media Affairs
+971 2 409 6347

Fatima Dhafer
PR Coordinator at DPM
+971 2 409 6318

Habib Bacha
+971 50 111 3799

Shaimaa Aly
Account Executive
+971 (56) 971 4877

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