ISNR Abu Dhabi Leads Innovative Products

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UAE was one of the first to recognize the international security encounters and advancements in the world, because of its sensible and intelligent governance.

Thus, it functioned to bond the investment and economic frameworks in a sheltered and secure environment, utilizing extremely competent human resources, with the recent tools of the time.

International Exhibition for National Security (ISNR) started on 15 March as over 500 exhibitors from 45 nations are showcasing UAE-made automatic guns and pistols to armoured cars including bomb disposal robots.

The seventh edition of the event will continue until 17th of March at the ADNEC where approximately 500 companies are showcasing their products and services.

Exhibitors have showcased their products comprising security vehicles, robots, complex surveillance cameras and other tools and software. The coordinators anticipate 18,000 local and regional specialists and decision makers from public and private entities to attend the show.

This year, innovative additions contain three specialized portions for Homeland Security and National Resilience, Information Security and Critical Infrastructure Security – together with two co-located events dedicated to Fire and Emergency Middle East and Occupational Safety and Health Middle East co-coordinated by OSHAD Abu Dhabi.

The Middle East’s homeland security market is established to twice to $34 billion by 2020, proving that the Arab World’s forceful homeland security and national resilience programme.

In the next five years, the Middle East’s homeland security industry is primed to augment from $17 billion to $34 billion, at three times the inter growth average. The biggest stake, 55% or $15 billion, will go to fortifying government, energy and critical national infrastructure.

Saudi Arabia is spending $57 billion on military and security in 2016, the biggest stake of its budget at 25%.

Expecting this regional progress, the ISNR is organized to be the biggest of its category in 2016, covering how to protect citizens against threats, enhance emergency readiness and ensure stability.

Mohamed Dekkak