DPS Expands IBS Division in parallel with INTERSEC 2007
Data Processing Systems (DPS), a leading IT, Networking and Telecommunications company, with a specialized Intelligent Building Systems (IBS) division, have announced their participation at the upcoming INTERSEC 2007 in Dubai, where Rami Al-Naghi – IBS Division Manager, is set to deliver a keynote speech on IP Convergence Security Solutions.
The exhibition is the largest event in the Middle East for commercial security, policing, fire, health and safety with DPS’s participation crucial as the company prepares to expand its IBS division in the commercial security sectors.
“INTERSEC 2007 promises to be a significant opportunity for DPS and offers us a chance for prospects and clients to understand the new IBS technologies and systems we can integrate,” said Rami Al-Naghi.
DPS is hoping to corner the ‘Commercial Security’ section of the exhibition with products including building automation and IP control systems, security products, and wireless surveillance systems. Other products on display at INTERSEC 2007 include Pedestrian Barriers, Access Control Systems which including technologies for facial, fingerprint, voice and iris recognition.
Automatic Systems (AS) will be part of DPS stand at INTERSEC 2007 with a view to emphasizing the growing importance of the Gulf and UAE markets for AS to introduce its new gate technologies.
Bernard Verdonck of Automatic Systems said: “Today is an era of comfort and convenience, but also security. For nearly 40 years, Automatic Systems has been assisting business premises, embassies, banks, commercial buildings, and their security personnel to balance easy access while at the same time making sure everyone is properly identified and authorized. We look forward to speaking to companies at INTERSEC that are looking to these solutions.”
“DPS currently works with a portfolio of partners including ABB, Beckhoff, Infinova, Miditec, Hectrix, CAME and Automatic Systems, to provide best-of-breed solutions for our clients who demand greater piece of mind over their commercial and security solutions,” added Al–Naghi.
With over 600 exhibiting companies from 49 countries, including 15 international country pavilions and the support of 11 international trade associations, and 24,000 square meters of exhibition space, INTERSEC is the largest exhibition of its kind in the region.
Data Processing Systems (DPS) has spent 20 years providing high-level engineering and support services across a wide range of applications, including complex data communication & telecommunication networks; turnkey airport systems; building low current infrastructure; and integrated IT solutions.
With offices in Abu Dhabi , Dubai and Sharjah, DPS is a leading Systems Integrator with highly trained engineers and consultants, providing state-of-the-art technologies from leading international companies. Quality, service and product reliability are its major concerns. For more information, please visit: www.dpsuae.com
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