Abu Dhabi: The Ministry of Interior will hold a three-day International Exhibition For National Security and Resilience (ISNR) from March 6 in the capital to explore the impact of key disruptive technologies on national security and would focus on digital forensics, crowd management and safe city control centres.
The mega security event is expected to welcome about 25,000 local and international attendees, 600 exhibitors from 55 countries and over 200 government buyers and delegates.
The major highlights at the exhibition will include latest developments in artificial intelligence, connected vehicles, smart wearable technologies, unmanned solutions and robotics, virtual and augmented reality, digital forensics, crowd management, and safe city control centres.
ISNR Abu Dhabi 2018 is jointly organised by the Ministry of Interior and Reed Exhibitions at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in the capital.
Major General Dr Ahmad Nasser Al Raisi, Inspector-General of the Ministry of Interior and Chairman of the Higher Organising Committee of ISNR Abu Dhabi 2018, said, “The exhibition is supported by Shaikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, and based on the ministry’s keenness to keep abreast of modern technologies in various fields of security and in line with the UAE strategy for artificial intelligence.”
This year’s edition of ISNR will demonstrate how artificial intelligence will revolutionise national security, heralding a shift from traditional physical security and law enforcement towards a more transformative and digital future.
More than 20 workshops and features, including a 50 exhibitors’ trail to guide the attendees, will be powered by artificial intelligence. The event is set to redefine the future of policing, and spotlight artificial intelligence solutions within critical infrastructure protection, major events security and cyber security.
The event will also launch the “Safe City Control Centre”, an innovative platform powered by Safe City Group that seeks to demonstrate the state-of-the-art security technologies in operations.
In partnership with Abu Dhabi and Dubai Police, the Future of Policing Forum will tackle hot topics in the security industry, including crime prediction, facial recognition, smart police officers, and advanced machine learning solutions.
When: March 6-8, 2018.
Where: Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Timing: 10am to 5pm, and on Thursday until 4pm.