Airbus will be throwing the spotlight

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Airbus will be throwing the spotlight on the key benefits and advantages to be gained from using Hybrid Critical Communications solutions at the ‘Future Policing’ forum during their participation at this year’s edition of the International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience (ISNR), which is being held until March 8, 2018 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi.

The presentation, which will be given by Selim Bouri, Vice President Head of Region, Middle East North Africa & Asia Pacific for Secure Land Communications at Airbus, will cover the secured evolution of existing hybrid and last generation networks; Tactilon Dabat and its importance across mission critical networks and the coming ‘Critical App Challenge’–reflecting Airbus’ interest in pursuing future collaboration with app developers creating solutions for the secure and critical segments.

 

Bouri said: “We are pleased to taking part at ISNR, which is widely hailed as a strategic platform designed to connect regional government bodies, homeland security and law enforcement officers, professionals and buyers with international security solution providers and manufacturers. During our presentation, we will be showcasing the many advantages and benefits to be gained from using top-of-the-line and world class Hybrid Critical Communications solutions–and the significant role it plays across day-to-day activities of mission critical operations.”

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