200 firms for Abu Dhabi security expo
Abu Dhabi, February 12, 2012
More than 200 exhibitors from 24 countries will exhibit leading solutions for border and transport security, intelligence and threat assessment and critical infrastructure protection at an upcoming security event in Abu Dhabi.
The third edition of International Security and National Resilience Exhibition and Conference (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2012) will take place from March 19 to 21 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Security solutions on display will also include emergency preparedness and response, counter terrorism, and resilience (crisis management).
Representing the private sector are local HLS specialists Tawazun, Advanced Integrated Systems, Securetech, Concord Trading/Bristol, International Armoured Group, International Golden Group, Al Hamra Group, Al Fahad Smart Systems, MVP Tech and Intertech.
The prestigious line-up of international security experts includes some of the biggest players in the HLS business, including Safran Morpho, Flir Systems, ESRI, Thales Group, Boeing, Omnisec AG, Cassidian, Barco, Evans, Rheinmetall Defence, Axis Communications, Milestone Systems, Motorola, Smiths Detection, Future Fibre Technologies, AS&E, and Rapiscan Systems.
“ISNR Abu Dhabi is the only homeland security gathering in the Middle East that boasts such an elite and diverse group of government supporters, exhibitors and participants,” said Mohamad Bader-Eddin, show director at event organiser Reed Exhibitions Middle East.
“This event will once again serve as an important venue for decision makers, experts and solution providers to discuss and feature more efficient measures to cope with a rapidly evolving regional and global homeland security landscape,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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