Intersec 2004 show woos big crowd

DUBAI -The Intersec 2004 exhibition, currently under way at the Dubai World Trade Center, is attracting a large number of high ranking official delegations from many AGCC and Arab countries in addition to trade, security and safety experts and professionals.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Tue 27 Jan 2004, 12:13 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:13 AM

The three-day exhibition inaugurated by Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police Lt. General Dhabi Kalian Tami on Sunday is set to conclude today.

Trade visitors and security specialists in security and fire prevention systems have been attending the show. They come mainly from the UAE, other GCC and Arab countries, CIS countries, Africa and from Europe to witness and get a feel of the latest fire fighting and fire-alarm systems, electronic detectors and the most advanced and sophisticated control systems designed to be used in commercial buildings. Also on display are the latest entry-control systems, building protection equipment, emergency installations and security-control networks. Providers of data security programs and safes besides e-commerce protection programs are also exhibiting their wares at the region's biggest such event.

"Technology in this sector is developing at unprecedented rates, and safety and security concerns are increasingly important for sensitive businesses such as oil and gas, chemicals, transforming industries, banking and financial institutions, as well as tourism and public facilities," Mr Geoff Dickinson, Managing Partner of the organisers, Epoc Messe Frankfurt, said on the penultimate day of the show. "Specialists in this field from both public authorities and private institutions are making sure that they are continuously updated with the latest knowledge about the most advanced technologies and to implement the safest equipment available, and that it is operated in line with the highest standards of safety and security to protect their properties and the people using it", he added.

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