AEC announces unveiling digital solutions at Gitex Global Dubai

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Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) owned firm, Advanced Electronics Company (AEC), recently announced its 17th annual participation in the GITEX Global, a forefront annual tech show operating for four decades.

The firm’s broader-ranging portfolio having innovative digital and technology solutions will be on display at the premium event set to be apprehended under the theme, “Creating a bolder digital future together,” at Dubai World Trade Centre from 17-21 October 2021.

As per the firm’s announcement as the 17th annual participation in the GITEX Global event, AEC is all set to ensure a robust presence at GITEX, combining its position as a Saudi technology pioneer offering out the data and communications technology “ICT” and smart services and solutions.

The firm also revealed that core highlight will be regarding their market-leading services and solutions comprising of “Bariq” Drones, Managed Services, Security Operations Center (SOC), Sandboxing, Data Diode, and Cloud. The firm also reported that it would be signing in the memorandums of understanding and agreements to establish robust partnerships with native, global technology leaders as part of the participation.

As per the firm’s interim announcement is concerned, the firm AEC will be in contention of exhibiting their digital and technology offerings at its booth in Dubai World Trade Centre’s Sheikh Saeed Hall at stand number SA-B1.

The firm also stated that “It is worth highlighting that the firm received the GITEX Technology 2019 prize for the Smart Cities category during its participation in the event two years ago.”

Statement from Chief Executive Officer of AEC, Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam

Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam Chief Executive Officer of AEC

Chief Executive Officer of AEC, Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam, stated that, “We are excited to announce our participation in GITEX especially as it comes at a time when the world gears up for a post-COVID-19 era. Building on our long-standing association with this unparalleled showcase of game-changing technologies, we will seek to make our presence felt at the event through highlighting our wide-ranging locally developed innovations and capturing new business opportunities.”

He also further commented that, “We will also explore partnership opportunities to transfer knowledge and technology to Saudi Arabia to contribute to the Vision 2030 goals and deliver on our commitments as a key enabler of the Kingdom’s digital transformation journey.”

AEC, a Saudi Arabian Military Industries owned firm, was formed in 1988 and is headquartered in Riyadh, is a global pioneer in the space of electronics, technology, and manufacturing arena. The firm designs out, develops out, manufactures, maintains and repairs advanced systems and merchandize in the defense and aerospace, data and communications technology, security, and energy sectors.

The firm also reported that it offers out employment prospects for in excess of 2,200 workforces, 85 percent of whom are Saudis, who comprises of over 800 highly skilled and certified male and female engineers occupied in various fields.

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