Commercial security and safety dominate Intersec 2006

DUBAI — Intersec 2006, the leading security trade fair and conference in the Middle East, taking place from January 29 — 31, 2006, Dubai World Trade Exhibition Centre, is set to host the largest assembly of experts, suppliers and services ever seen in the Gulf area.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Wed 18 Jan 2006, 8:47 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 2:48 PM

Intersec's Exhibition Manager, Imke Huelsmann, is assured that the 2006 show's growth is due to worldwide increased focus on security and safety. "Add to that the burgeoning construction and tourism markets in the Gulf region, security and safety have become an essential part of continuing growth."

Awareness on security and safety is becoming increasingly more significant, with the exceptional building boom within the UAE, vast projects such as Dubai's Palm Islands, The World and Snow Dome, Doha's Pearl and Bahrain's Durat Resort signify the growing demand within the area. Development to this extent has never been witnessed before.

International and regional companies realise the opportunities that are available to them within the Gulf through this accelerated growth; all aspects of security are essential to this continuing.

The endless growth in travel and tourism has had an incredible impact on tighter means of security and safety.

Annually Dubai International Airport handles over 20 million passengers, where as Abu Dhabi over 5 million, this is a substantial number of passenger traffic therefore tight airport security and border controls are crucial.



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