Airbus to present latest Mission Critical Innovations innovations at GITEX 2019
Airbus’s state-of –the-art secure technology for public-safety and mission-critical users will be in the limelight during this year’s long-awaited information and communication technology event.
Airbus a leading provider of secure communications and collaboration solutions will promote its end-to-end mission critical offerings during the GITEX Technology Week from October 6th to 10th.
Airbus will be marking its participation at GITEX Technology Week by highlighting its innovative mission-critical technologies. The company will be presenting its Tactilon Agnet 500; a modern, scalable, and flexible collaboration solution which is ideal for group communications. The Tactilon Agnet 800 application with the Tetra cloud will also be visible, along with Artificial Intelligence applications from Airbus’s SmarTWISP programme.
Tactilon Agnet is a Mission Critical push-to-talk application based on 3GPP standards. It features secure individual or group video, voice, data, and messaging services adapted for mission-critical and public safety use. The solution also allows the incorporation of state-of-the-art Airbus-certified, professional applications allowing options such as facial recognition and licence plate recognition, amongst others.
The company will also be showcasing application demos for the SmarTWISP programme such as the dual authenticator for Tactilon Dabat. This ensures reinforced privacy through anonymous authentication, and features an additional level of security with double-step authentication on the Tactilon Dabat smartphone and on a remote server.
“We are honored to take part in this year’s event and actively look forward to introducing technologies that play a key role in the future of communications and public-safety. This year’s GITEX is the perfect platform for Airbus to demonstrate how we are working with customers and partners from around the world to deliver secure, flexible and reliable solutions that meet our customer’s expectations in today’s fast-moving communications world, hence contributing to a smart and safe Emirate.” declared Andrew Forbes, Head of Middle East North Africa for Secure Land Communications of Airbus.