The UAE Ministry of Interior, represented by the Higher Organising Committee of the International Conference for Security and National Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014), has announced that 75 percent of the event's exhibition space has been booked si
The UAE Ministry of Interior, represented by the Higher Organising Committee of the International Conference for Security and National Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014), has announced that 75 percent of the event's exhibition space has been booked six months ahead of the launch date.
Major General Staff Dr. Obeid Al Kutbi, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Abu Dhabi Police and Chairman of the Higher Organising Committee of ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014, and of the International Conference on Security Challenges, due to be held a day before the exhibition, said: "Despite the 40 percent increase in exhibition space this year, bookings for next year's event have grown by 35 percent when compared to the same period last year."
He added: "The significant presence of local, regional, and international exhibitors participating and exhibiting the latest and most advanced innovations and technologies in security, safety and emergency, demonstrates Abu Dhabi's ability to organise and host large international activities and exhibitions.
"The Emirate has become a key business tourism destination across several industries, which is reflected in the interest of several leading international companies committing to participate in this biennial event ahead of time.
"ISNR Abu Dhabi 2014 is a platform that introduces the very latest safety and security technologies to regional industry professionals - facilitating knowledge sharing and promoting the adoption best practice. With every edition, ISNR further establishes itself as one of the leading events specific to safety and security in the region - a fact demonstrated by the surge in exhibition bookings."
The list of companies set to participate includes, Tawazun, International Golden Group (IGG), Advanced Integrated Systems, Mubadala Development Company, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), Emirates Advanced Investments, and Atlas Group.
In addition, companies such as MP3 International; Motorola Solutions; Smiths Detection; Thales Group, a global leader in advanced technologies for defence, security, space and transportation industries; Harris Corporation; Morpho (Safran); Cassidian EADS; International Armored Group; American Science and Engineering Inc. (AS&E); and Elcom International, have also confirmed.