ISNR Concludes a Roadshow Across Police Headquarters in the Emirates, Prior to its Official Launch
The exhibition will explore new solutions against national and cyber security threats
The higher organizing committee of the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi) concluded a roadshow where it visited the police Headquarters of Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain and Ras Al Khaimah. The intention was to both promote the event and gain a better understanding about the strategic priorities and solutions each Emirate is looking forward to in the years to come.
Each Headquarter highlighted the importance of this exhibition and global event that will present opportunities and ways for security adoption through emerging technologies. Furthermore, they are also looking forward to learning more about how to mitigate the threats through the best practices that will be presented during the conferences as well as the innovations that will be showcased at the exhibition.
“The aim of the roadshow is to engage with the leadership teams and senior officials that proudly represent the UAE’s respected police force,” said Major General Dr Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, Inspector-General of the Ministry of Interior, UAE. “The Ministry of Interior is committed to making ISNR Abu Dhabi a success which is why this edition will feature a variety of new activities that are of relevance to every member of every police department. Everything has been engineered to enhance their knowledge, skills and capabilities to prepare them for a future of crime both offline and online. We appreciate the level the support shown by the UAE Police and look forward to welcoming them to ISNR Abu Dhabi 2020.”
Co-organized with the UAE Ministry of Interior, ISNR Abu Dhabi brings the policing community as part of the national & cyber security industry together to accelerate people-public-private partnership for a safer connected world. ISNR Abu Dhabi will take place from 17 to 19 March 2020 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi UAE.
Led by the UAE Ministry of Interior and the ISNR Abu Dhabi Committee, the roadshow unveiled findings that aligned directly with themes and solutions that will be showcased at the event in March. The roadshow included the Nation’s Capital – Abu Dhabi – that is on a quest to become a leader in shaping the future of policing to create a smart, safe and happy environment for its residents.
“Emerging technologies such as AI will certainly help to protect our residents and ensure a higher quality of life,” said H.E. Major General Faris Khalaf Al Mazrouei, Commander-In-Chief of Abu Dhabi Police. “ISNR Abu Dhabi is the ideal platform to source new solutions to mitigate the damage caused from these threats due to its exceptional array of conferences and exhibitors. We strongly believe that the key to safe and secure cities is to engage in inter-agency collaborations and form strategic alliances through people-private-public partnerships. We are extremely proud to participate in ISNR Abu Dhabi 2020 and look forward to learning about the solutions that will be offered.”
“The General Command of Ras Al Khaimah Police are determined to actively participate in this year’s international event, as they have been in the previous years, in an effort to gain insight and augment the UAE’s security capabilities,” said Major General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al-Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ras Al Khaimah Police. “The event is a platform to review national and international best practices in the field of security and safety, and a facilitator of sustainable partnerships between the government and the private sector, in order to meet the challenges of cybersecurity.”
Some of the exhibitors confirmed to participate at the 2020 edition of ISNR Abu Dhabi and offering solutions for the Future of Policing include: Safe City Group, Al Hamra Group, DELL Technologies, ESRI, HIK Vision, MVIEW, Cognitec systems and more
“The roadshow was able to provide us with an unprecedented level of insight into the unique needs and requirements of each of the respected police departments of the UAE,” said Meline Soulie, Group Exhibitions Director, Reed Exhibitions. “Given the quality of exhibitors and speaking experts as well as the commitment shown by each of the police departments, we are extremely confident that the partnerships will be formed to protect this great nation and the residents that live within each of the seven Emirates.”
The strategic alliances formed for ISNR Abu Dhabi 2020 will help bring together relevant organizations that operate in the region and across the world. It will provide them with numerous business opportunities to demonstrate how their solutions and services can help reduce the cost associated with security operations, while improving efficiency.
It will allow participants to exchange technology insights and discuss the latest in the Future of Policing sector, including Big Data analytics, C3I, smart and connected devices and the global impact of AI in law enforcement and public safety operations.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to be acquainted with startups, that will be showcasing AI-based solutions such as drones, robots, biometrics, data analytics to name a few, for the first time in the region, examine the latest innovations exclusively launched in the UAE, as well as visiting country pavilions from countries such as USA, France, United Kingdom, China and more.ISNR Abu Dhabi is committed to the police community of both the UAE and across the region. In fact, the event is also renowned for being a premiere platform and direct source for training police officers due to its CPD certified conferences and official certificates for participation.