Airbus, a leading provider of secure communication and collaboration solutions, will be showcasing their latest secure communications solutions at the 22nd edition of Intersec this year in Dubai, taking place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center between the 19th and 21st of January.
In addition, the company will also be showcasing various projects around the use of Artificial Intelligence for mission-critical application. The latter include facial, license plate, and object recognition, which run on the Tactilon Agnet mission-critical collaborative platform integrated with other systems through Application Programming Interface (APIs) such as Artificial Intelligence services.
“Safety and Security is high on the agenda of the UAE Vision 2021, and there is a constant need for safety, security, and mission-critical solutions like the ones presented at this event,” commented Andrew Forbes, Head of Middle East and North Africa region for Secure Land Communications at Airbus. “Intersec demonstrates the latest technologies and solutions dedicated to meeting the demand of Middle East’s market. The UAE security market is flourishing, and plays a crucial role in improving business efficiencies, especially for government and law enforcement agencies. This year Airbus are highlighting solutions and demos that are critical for first responders in emergency situations.”
During the event, Airbus will be present both with their own stand and on Nedaa; the Dubai Government security networks provider’s pavilion at Sheikh Saeed Hall 3, Dubai International Convention Center.