Bayanat to display geospatial services at ISNR
Abu Dhabi, March 17, 2012
Bayanat for Mapping & Surveying Services, a provider of geospatial data products and services, will explain the importance of geospatial services to the region’s security measures at an upcoming security expo in Abu Dhabi.
The fifth International Security and National Resilience (ISNR) will take place from March 19 to 21 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. It is supported by the UAE Ministry of Interior and will gather more than 150 exhibitors from 24 countries.
Bayanat, which is participating in ISNR for the first time, will demonstrate how its spatial services facilitate and empower security-related decision-making, help reduce man-made disasters such as crimes, and mostly support the prevention of the loss of civilian and military lives.
Bayanat will also showcase its advanced spatial support for relevant applications such as evacuation and emergency planning, border breach detection and response, and national safety management.
“Bayanat offers advanced geospatial capabilities for meeting the UAE’s National Defense and Crisis Management requirements,” said Kahled Al Melhi, chief operating officer in Bayanat for Mapping & Surveying Services.
“We consider the government a top priority although we also target the commercial sector with our products and services. ISNR Abu Dhabi 2012 is an ideal platform for us to reveal our successful projects, share our experiences and expertise in the geospatial field, catch up with relevant global trends and advanced solutions, and emphasize the importance of geospatial technologies to national security and development.”
Mohamad Bader-Eddin, show director, Reed Exhibitions Middle East, said: “Geospatial information underpins sound security strategies and decisions. It is important for homeland security stakeholders to have access to reliable and timely geospatial data offered by experts such as Bayanat.”
“We are glad to welcome the company onboard ISNR Abu Dhabi 2012 and help generate greater awareness on the importance of advanced geospatial solutions to the success of the region’s security agenda,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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