Saudi Ministry of Interior set to showcase progressive innovation at 13-sector strong GITEX pavilion

For the third consecutive year MOI - KSA participate at the region’s largest technology exhibition

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - XX September 2017: The Saudi Ministry of Interior (MOI) will demonstrate the progressive technologies used throughout the Kingdom at this year’s GITEX Technology Week, the region’s largest technology exhibition held in Dubai from 8-12 October, 2017.
A 13-sector strong pavilion will mark the Ministry’s third consecutive year of participation, showcasing the strength of technological and innovative applications used throughout the Kingdom in support of the Digital Transformation Agenda 2020.
The latest innovations, systems, applications, smart devices and other national platforms will be on display to visitors from around the world at the MOI stand (S-E1), which will be located in Sheikh Saeed Hall.

A total of 13 MOI sectors will be represented at the stand, including The National Information Center, Public Security, Civil Defense, National Cyber Security Center, Border Guard, General Administration for Cable and Wireless Communications, General Directorate of Traffic, MOI Agency for or Planning and Security Development, General Agency of Regional Affairs, Civil Affairs, Passport General Department, Reception and e-Communication Centers, and King Fahd Security College.

Dr. Ahmed Bin Jamil Al Mayman, Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, said: "The Ministry of Interior is keen to mark another participation at GITEX Technology Week, which represents the best platform to exchange expertise and knowledge between the Kingdom’s emerging technology sector and government entities with its GCC – especially our peers in the UAE. We have long considered the UAE to be a solid partner in growth and development of our nation and the region, and we are honoured to join them again for the third year at GITEX for what we know will be another successful participation.”
“Digital transformation is a key factor in strengthening national security, stimulating the economy, and promoting well-being within the community – three vital pillars of the Saudi Arabia 2030 vision,” he added.
Al Mayman concluded that the participation in this year's exhibition will showcase a number of unique initiatives, including providing an interactive experience for visitors, taking into consideration the mix of services and technological solutions provided by the Ministry of Interior.
In preparation for this year’s sizeable involvement, the MOI GITEX Supervisory Committee – tasked with organizing the Ministry’s participation – has arranged a workshop to brief participants and review necessary steps to ensure a successful participation.