At GITEX-2016 in Dubai, where technology innovations and achievements are traditionally demonstrated, DigiRobotics introduced the first 3D-printed autonomous WiGo car, which is fully designed, printed, assembled and programmed by specialists from the UAE, and the company is extremely proud of these circumstances. They did not use unmanned cars as a demonstration exhibit on a pedestal, but instead used it as an autonomous taxi to transport event visitors from the central metro station to the exhibition complex located on the territory of the Dubai World Trade Center. Inside WiGo, there are four seats, a large screen and four iPads, with which passengers could indicate their destination, and then have fun during the trip. For movement, a self-driving car focuses on sensors installed on the body, working in conjunction with a GPS tracking system. This allows the car to recognize obstacles in its path and on the fly to build a new route taking into account the changes that have appeared. According to the developers, their 3D-printed autonomous car powered by an electric motor is the safest for the population. When WiGo will appear on the streets of the Arab city, representatives of DigiRobotics did not report. \g.