Major General Obaid Al Hairi Salem Al Ketbi, Deputy Commander General of Abu Dhabi Police, visited on Thursday morning, the Ministry of Interior’s pavilion at the GITEX Technology Week 2012. Al Ketbi was given a detailed explanation about the services and software, offered by the Ministry of Interior to the public, and are on display at the exhibition.
Al Ketbi toured some of the exhibition’s pavilions, where he reviewed the latest offerings provided by the various Ministries, local departments and other major companies participating in the exhibition.
Al Ketbi stressed the keenness of the Ministry of Interior, by participating annually in the exhibition, to provide the best e-services to visitors, and acquaint them with the most important initiatives, technical and electronic projects adopted by the Ministry, according to the Federal Government’s strategy, including its transition to e-services.
Al Ketbi added: “This exhibition is the most important in the Middle East, and represents a unique opportunity to review the latest innovative technologies in various fields. The Ministry is keen to explore cooperation opportunities with all strategic partners from different sectors; federal, local and private, in order to build strategic partnerships to exchange knowledge and expertise in the technology sector, and widen the scope of its innovative e-services”.
Furthermore, Al Ketbi noted that the variety of programs and e-services provided by the Ministry is a modern tool of communication between the police and community members at all times. He commended the efforts of the pavilion’s staff, and their vital role in acquainting visitors with the technical and e-services used by police, as they were able to get a close look at the projects, systems and services provided by the Ministry via the internet. “The exhibition provides the Ministry with the chance to know the public’s opinion, comments and suggestions regarding its services”, he added.
Major General Obaid Al Hairi Salem Al Ketbi concluded his visit to the Ministry of Interior’s pavilion by announcing the names of the winners in the competition, organized by the Child Protection Center at the Ministry of the Interior.
Deputy Commander General of Abu Dhabi Police praised the attention and patronage of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood and the General Women's Union for the competition. He emphasized that “this patronage reflects the sizeable attention and cooperation in promoting awareness to protect children from accidents and road hazards, already embodied in the Ministry’s priorities, such as providing security and safety and maintaining the public’s confidence”.
It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Interior has displayed in its pavilion at the GITEX Technology Week 2012, in Sheikh Saeed Hall, a number of high-quality initiatives, projects and systems, the first of their kind in the region. The Ministry also shed light on a big number of services that it provides to individuals and institutions via electronic channels in different sectors. A number of officers and non-commissioned officers are delivering a series of presentations in order to raise the visitors’ awareness on these services and how to benefit from them.