H.E. Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chairman of Police and General Security in Dubai, led the inauguration today (September 24, 2018) of the 6th Critical Communications MENA (CCMENA) conference and exhibition at the Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai.
Professional Communication Corporation - Nedaa, the Dubai Government security networks provider and CCMENA 2018’s host operator, will demonstrate its core strategies in support of public safety enforcement during the event that will run until September 25, 2018.
Having now participated at CCMENA for six consecutive years, Nedaa states that it is constantly developing advanced technologies and solutions with high levels of quality, reliability, and security required for the professional telecommunications sector. Nedaa and its partners – Airbus, Nokia, and Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions – have joined forces to display an array of mission-critical product offerings during the course of the two-day gathering.
Authorities have been tapping Airbus, Nokia, and Esharah Etisalat’s advanced critical communications solutions to help guarantee public security in communities. Airbus’ Tactilon Dabat, the world's first integrated smartphone and full TETRA radio all rolled into one, and Airbus SmarTWISP, an application developer program, will be showcased in the event in line with the collaboration. Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions, for its part, is throwing the spotlight on its CommandWear application, which speeds up emergency response time, and Emergency and Mass Communications, the world’s first all-in-one emergency communications platform.
“Teaming up with our key partners is part of our core strategy this year to highlight the role of modern critical communications solutions in public safety and security. All of us share the common belief that leveraging the power of technologies is essential to our goal of maintaining safety in local society and building fast and effective response to emergency situations. CCMENA is an opportunity for us to underscore the features of our solutions as well as interact with our like-minded peers as we continue to enhance our capabilities to combat threats to our communities,” H.E Mansoor Bu Osaiba, CEO, Nedaa, said.
Author: Sam Fenwick