DUBAI, 17th January, 2023 (WAM) — Professional Communication Corporation (Nedaa) will showcase its industry-leading solutions and applications at the 24th edition of Intersec 2023, the UAE’s premier emergency services, security and safety event.
Taking place in Dubai from 17th -19th January 2023, the event is expected to draw leading security organisations and first responder agencies in the region and beyond.
Nedaa will display its range of advanced solutions along with partners Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions and Airbus. The Nedaa pavilion will feature live demonstrations of state-of-the-art products and applications deployed by these two major corporations, which are entirely run on Nedaa’s networks.
Nedaa has rapidly acquired a reputation for reliability and technology innovation among the various government and private sector entities that currently operate using its 4G network.
One of the highlights this year will be the future-proof COREMOTE Tactics solution which, operating on Nedaa’s 4G network, allows user entities to not only manage a mobile field force remotely, but also create and provide situational awareness across multiple (hybrid) critical communication networks. In addition to situational awareness features, the unit features automatic vehicle location management, fleet management and a dispatching solution.
Another major attraction will be Esharah’s Everbridge Signal, a comprehensive set of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools that offer fool-proof protection for organisations critically dependent on fast and secure communications.
Airbus will display an array of its latest communication products run on Nedaa facilities, especially its Tactilon Agnet solution. Showcasing a host of smart features, such as Tactilon Agnet Voice Assitant (AVA) and Tactilon Agnet Query, the system offers increased safety and efficiency in mission-critical communications for end-users.
Other innovative solutions on display include the Internet of Things (IoT) Wearing Vest and TACteam, a tool specifically designed to plan tactical aspects of operations in crisis rooms.
Speaking ahead of the event, Nedaa’s Chief Executive Officer, Mansoor bu Osaiba, said, “In an increasingly uncertain world, the importance of public safety and security cannot be overemphasised. We at Nedaa take pride in contributing to this area, especially in providing reliable, secure and high-performing infrastructure and solutions to organisations tasked with maintaining this safety. When first responders, who operate in critical and high-risk, high-pressure environments, choose Nedaa, we cannot hope for a greater recognition.”