Arcanum opens new Abu Dhabi office
Abu Dhabi, February 12, 2013
Arcanum, a provider of integrated solutions and advisory services to military, security and intelligence clients and an RJI Capital company, has opened its newest global office in Abu Dhabi prior to the company’s presentation at Idex 2013.
This will be the first time that Arcanum has a presence at the international defense expo. Arcanum, with offices worldwide, is now actively expanding its regional presence.
“Arcanum has an extensive network of contacts all over the world, including in the GCC,” says Ron Wahid, CEO of RJI Capital, the parent company of Arcanum.“We are now seeking to strengthen our standingacross the Middle East, and are pleased to be present for the first time at IDEX, the region’s leading international defense exhibition. The exhibition offers a solid platform and key opportunity for us to showcase our cutting-edge intelligence, security and defense services.”
Arcanum’scapabilities encompass the full range of specialized and fully integrated solutions across the national security and intelligence domains, including homeland defense, cyber security, infrastructure protection, special operations/irregular warfare expertise, and comprehensive militarytraining amongst others. Building on a foundation of broad experience and deep expertise, Arcanum also offers risk assessment, decision support, litigation support and advisory support services to both governmental and corporate clients on an international level, a statement said.
During Idex, Arcanum will provide the international community information on the full range of its solutions capabilities, and will include demonstrations of some of its tactical intelligence support equipment and its industry-leading software for automated analytical support, data visualization, and decision support. – TradeArabia News Service
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