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Marakeb showcases modularity at UMEX in Abu Dhabi

UAE-based Marakeb Technologies, a leading autonomous technology provider, is showcasing its patented unmanned technology and modular integration into aerial, ground, and marine vehicles at the Unmanned Systems Exhibition & Conference (UMEX) in Abu Dhabi.

UMEX, the largest unmanned systems event in the Mena region – serves as the ideal platform to showcase industry-leading unmanned technologies and innovations and accelerates regional and international partnerships in a rapidly-changing world.

The flagship event connects regional government delegations, agencies, industry, military, and civilian authorities to promote the defence, environmental, civil, and humanitarian benefits of unmanned systems.

Marakeb Technologies continues to push the limits of its patented MAP Pro technology by expanding its unmanned conversion capabilities beyond marine vessels to ground and aerial vehicles. These capabilities are on full display at the event with the unveiling of three new unmanned vehicles catering to air, land, and sea.

The common denominator between all three vehicles is the core of the autonomous conversion kit – the MAP Pro – which can convert any aerial, ground, and marine vehicle from manned to unmanned. The modular nature of its technology enables clients from distinct sectors to utilize their current assets for conversion, rather than purchasing full turnkey solutions. Marakeb has delivered unmanned vehicles to the petroleum, port security, military, and civil defence industries.  

Basel Shuhaiber, CEO of Marakeb Technologies said: “The integration of unmanned technology is disrupting the traditional operations of many sectors at a rapid pace. Our aim is to strengthen the UAE’s global positioning in the field of autonomy by developing long-term partnerships with regional and international leaders of industry in all three phases – air, land, and sea.”

UMEX is taking place from February 23 to 25 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. – TradeArabia News Service