Underlining its promise to propelling Saudi Arabia's indigenous military industries area, Advanced Electronics Company (AEC), a Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) organization, today declared that it will take an interest in the 2019 release of Dubai Airshow set to occur from 17 – 21 November at Dubai World Central.
As a major aspect of its interest in the greatest aviation occasion in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, AEC will grandstand its reality class arrangement of Avionics, Electronics, C5ISR, and Electronic Warfare items and services.
With regards to its pledge to assuming a key job in the confinement of 50 percent of the Kingdom's military and security spending as visualized in the Saudi Vision 2030, the organization will likewise investigate new industry association openings during the five-day flight public exhibition to encourage the exchange of information and innovation to construct inventive arrangements inside the Kingdom.
Remarking on the investment, Abdulaziz Al Duailej, CEO of AEC, stated: "As one of the most significant occasions on the worldwide aeronautic trade schedule, Dubai Airshow has developed throughout the years into a perfect stage for organizations that are quick to extend their points of view. At AEC, we are eager to feature our wide-extending capacities at this vital show to concrete our pre-prominent situation in the provincial market. We are certain that our investment will assist us with building new industry connections and reinforce our long-standing organizations to take forward Saudi Arabia's vision for the military ventures division."
AEC will put in plain view its leader C5ISR frameworks and arrangements that incorporate Cyber Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Data Diode, Air Observation Systems (AOS), Command and Control frameworks (C4ISR).
AEC's wide-extending contributions on appear under the Electronic Warfare class will incorporate Anti-Drone System and Electronic Intelligence (ELINT). The organization will likewise feature its Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) and Manufacturing (MFG) capabilities.