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Dubai Police schedules International conference on Drones to learn about emerging technology

The Dubai Police organised an international forum on Drones; recently, the official page of Dubai Police on Facebook shared information about the conference. The Forum was organised to gain more information about exchanging expertise, exploring future opportunities, and reviewing best practices and global benchmarks about emerging technology.

The Dubai Police organised an international forum on Drones; recently, the official page of Dubai Police on Facebook shared information about the conference. The Forum was organised to gain more information about exchanging expertise, exploring future opportunities, and reviewing best practices and global benchmarks about emerging technology.

Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Operations Affairs at Dubai Police, His Excellency Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaith, witnessed the Forum’s official launch, which seeks to create solutions and tackle the problems that can be solved using drones.

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Photo Courtesy: Dubai Police (Facebook)
Photo Courtesy: Dubai Police (Facebook)

Al Ghaith said that drones possess high capabilities and technical specifications that facilitate police operations, most notably thermal and optical imaging, sensors, sirens, and direct integration with command and control centres.

As per the information shared by the Facebook page of Dubai Police, Al Ghaith expressed his views regarding the usability of Drones. 

Al Gaith added that drones consist of high capabilities to tackle many problems, and using drones will make the task much more accessible for Dubai Police.

“By gathering drones experts and specialists under one roof, we seek to utilise drones in enhancing security and safety and achieve the highest levels of public safety,” Al Ghaith said.

Held at the Dubai Police Innovation Lab, the Forum was attended by many senior officers, including Brigadier Turki bin Faris, Acting Director of the General Department of Operations, and several officials, specialists, participating delegations and university students.

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While sharing the information on the official page of Facebook, Dubai Police added, “The Forum concluded with some recommendations regarding the need to provide technical advice in the field of drones, to support various parties involved in this technology, especially university students, and to benefit from related case studies and research.”

Photo Courtesy: Dubai Police (Facebook)

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