Nedaa marks its presence at Gitex Global 2022
Professional communications company Nedaa is exhibiting at GITEX Global 2022 emerging communications solutions and applications that are vital for emergency response and public safety. This year’s GITEX Global kicked off on October 10 at the Dubai World Trade Center and will run until October 14.
The Nedaa Pavilion located at Sheikh Saeed Hall 3 showcases the latest smart and safe city technologies and solutions that operate on Nedaa TETRA and 4G networks. Critical solutions are developed by its technology partners Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions, Airbus and Nokia.
At GITEX, Nedaa will highlight how its innovative tools have evolved to meet the modern collaboration and communication needs of first responders, authorities and health and safety personnel.
Mentura’s COREMOTE Tactics solution is one of the main technologies at the pavilion. Operating on the Nedaa 4G network, the future-proof COREMOTE system enables user organizations to manage their mobile field force and create and share situational awareness across different critical (hybrid) communication networks. It includes situational awareness features, automatic vehicle location management, fleet management and dispatch solution.
The canine robot is another element that attracts crowds. It combines the best of robotics, software and collaboration platform to support critical operations. It can be used to automate routine inspection tasks and securely capture and transmit real-time data.
Visitors to the Nedaa Pavilion have the opportunity to explore and learn about Esharah’s latest IOT (Internet of Things) applications, running through Nedaa’s 4G network, such as the Asset Tracker which is a low-cost and energy-saving way in energy to keep up with the company’s assets.
Airbus’ Tactilon Agnet, Agnet for airport ground operations, TACteam and Ama XpertEye are also on display at the Nedaa pavilion. Tactilon Agnet is a unique application that meets the multimedia communication needs of its users while TACteam is used to plan the tactical aspects of the operation. Agnet for airport ground operations provides real-time information on turnaround activities. Also on display at the show, Airbus’ Ama XpertEye connects remote experts and users in the field through smart glasses.
From Esharah and Nokia, solutions include Nokia’s NUAGE Networks, which makes network resources as easily consumable as computing and storage; LTE Network Slicing, which allows CSPs to operate a variety of network services with different service requirements on the same network infrastructure; and the Control Room solution, an incident management system, advanced communication, case management and analytics platform to improve organizational mobility and security.
“Mission-critical technologies continue to evolve and become more sophisticated to meet the needs of our first responders and emergency personnel in an ultra-connected world,” said HE Mansoor Bu Osaiba, CEO of Nedaa. “The solutions will only get better as the world aims to build smarter cities of the future that will pave the way for new modern and advanced communication and collaboration requirements.
“Nedaa will play an important role in the ever-changing landscape. We will continue to work with our government and private sector partners to keep pace with transformation, anticipate new needs, ensure public safety and improve quality of life. GITEX is an opportunity for us to share our strength and show our commitment to delivering technologies that matter to the safety and security of our employees and our communities. »
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