Dubai, UAE – The 2015 Museum of Future Government Services, a vision of how advanced technologies can transform government services for the better, is a three day immersive experience featured at the Government Summit in Dubai. From augmented reality to robots and artificial intelligence, the Museum is meant to inspire and educate, highlighting a positive vision of a future that includes governments and society working together to create a more hopeful world.
The UAE Prime Minister’s Office, working with experience design and engineering studio Tellart, engaged some of the world’s leading futurists, academics, and designers to conceptualize, design, and prototype these technologies in a three-day immersive experience. This is the second annual iteration of the Museum.
The 2015 Museum of Future Government Services is a project by the Prime Minister’s Office of the UAE directed by Tellart with an international team of top design studios including Specular, SOFTlab, Bompas and Parr, Octo, Idee und Klang, and Future Cities Catapult. The onsite build and installation was done by Tellart in collaboration with Publicis Live, Neumann Miller and Projex. SOFTlab contributed the overall interior design of the exhibition along with any architectural elements.