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Advanced Electronics Company paves way for Saudi Arabia’s defense and aerospace innovations at Dubai Airshow

Strengthening its overwhelming situation in the regional electronics, technology and manufacturing industry, Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) a Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) company, today finished up its fruitful investment in the 2019 version of Dubai Airshow, with various significant vital declarations and strong visitor interest for its most recent protection and aviation arrangements and service in display.

In addition, AEC featured its exhaustive suite of advanced Avionics, Electronics, C5ISR products and service, and Electronic Warfare. The organization also highlighted its Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) and Manufacturing (MFG) capacities at the greatest aviation occasion in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.

During the occasion, AEC likewise respected various senior authorities and industry pioneers to its stand, including HRH Major General Turki bin Bandar Al Saud, Royal Saudi Air Forces commander, HRH Prince Sultan bin Salman Al Saud, Chairman of the Saudi Space Agency, and His Excellency Eng. Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al Ohali , Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), His Excellency Eng. Kamal bin Mohammed, Minister of Transport and Communications in the Kingdom of Bahrain, His Excellency Abdulhadi Ahmed Almansouri, President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation, and Dr. Andreas Schwer, Chief Executive Officer, Saudi Arabian Military Industies Company (SAMI).

Notwithstanding Major General Engineer Attiyah bin Jdeih Al Attiyah of the General Department of spare parts, Maintenance and repair at the Saudi Ministry of Defense, Staff Major General Ahmed Ali Humaid Al-Ali, Assistant Secretary-General for Military Affairs, Khalid Al-Jaouini, General Manager for Public Projects,at the Saudi Ministry of Defense, His Excellency Staff Lt. General Hamad M. Thani Al Rumaithi, Chief of Staff of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, and His Excellency Matar Al Dhahri, Undersecretary of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Defense.

Abdulaziz Al-Duailej, CEO of AEC, stated: "AEC's successful participation at Dubai Airshow represents to a major leap forward in its drive to assuming a main job in the structure up of a sustainable, independent military industries sector, making employment opportunities for the Saudi youth and contributing to the objective of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 plan. Utilizing the deep and exclusive knowledge we accumulated from the event, we will keep on advancing our structure and solutions for help increase the nation's military readiness and enhance its strategic autonomy."

"We likewise anticipate effective joint efforts with our new key associations to make ready for the transfer and localization of technology to encourage the improvement of indigenous capacities in accordance with our commitment to driving the Kingdom's vision to localize half of its military and security spending by 2030", included Al-Duailej.

AEC's most recent advances in plain view at Dubai Airshow incorporated its flagship C5ISR system and solutions that incorporate Cyber Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Data Diode, Air Observation Systems (AOS), Command and Control frameworks (C4ISR).

The organization likewise displayed its state-of-art portfolio of Electronic Warfare category that included Anti-Drone System and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT).




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