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We make your job faster and more effective Our success story began in 1980 as a traditional family business. Since then, we have known that only close and long-term cooperation can bring success. Our employees as well as our suppliers are part of our very own Made in Germany plan. If you are a testing service in the field of fire protection, a waste disposal company, a shipping company, run a production facility or work in a safety-relevant area, then you are our focus.

We produce machines developed entirely for effective prevention of fire hazards. These include machines for suctioning and filling fire extinguishers of all sizes, testing and service devices for fire protection equipment and also units for filling carbon dioxide, which we have already supplied to more than 90 countries. In all our innovations, we attach great importance to cost-effectiveness, sustainability, ergonomics and a high degree of automation. High quality standards in the selection of materials make our systems and machines very robust, very durable and repairable. Visit our virtual showroom, arrange an appointment at our German production facility or see our expertise for yourself at our Stand 3-B34 at the Intersec trade fair in Dubai from January 16 – 18, 2024.


Intersec 2024 champions the UAE’s airspace security with drone threat countermeasure workshop

UAE drone market poised for substantial growth, projected to reach $950 million by 2030 from $380 million in 2022. Intersec 2024 to unveil advances in drone threat responses at Counter Drone Workshop. Intersec 2024 to welcome 1,000 exhibitors, and 45,000 visitors, and showcase cutting-edge security, safety and fire protection innovations at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) from 16 – 18 January.

Dubai, UAE: According to a report by Innovius, the UAE drone market is expected to experience significant growth, with a projected increase in market size from $380 million in 2022 to $950 million in 2030. While safety regulations remain a priority, the utilisation of drones for various purposes, including gathering intelligence or posing physical and cybersecurity threats, will be a significant topic of discussion at Intersec 2024, which takes place from 16-18 January 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

The UAE plays a pivotal role in the global drone industry, heavily investing in unmanned arial vehicle (UAV) technology. According to TechSci Research, Dubai holds a significant share (40.21%) of the UAE drone market, followed by Abu Dhabi (28.68%) and Sharjah (14.61%) from 2018 to 2023.

Governed by the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), cybersecurity threats and potential misuse of surveillance data pose significant concerns. To address these, the UAE has taken steps to bolster drone cybersecurity, enact robust privacy laws, and actively monitor for breaches to safeguard its expanding drone fleet and ensure responsible deployment. This includes suspending all flying operations for owners, practitioners and enthusiasts of drones, including drones and light sports aircraft by the Ministry of Interior in January 2022.

With drones emerging as a cost-effective means for gathering intelligence and presenting potential security threats, the Counter Drone Workshop at Intersec 2024 aims to address the challenges comprehensively. The workshop will take place on the sidelines of the Drone & Anti Drone Zone, with over 200 sqm of drone innovations alongside state-of-the-art anti-drone technologies from the world’s leading defence and security manufacturers, including Skyfend, D-fend Solutions, Dat ConAEE Aviation AxEnd Inc.

Grant Tuchten, Portfolio Director at Intersec organiser Messe Frankfurt Middle East, said: “It is a crucial time to host this workshop in the UAE as we delve into understanding the imminent threats, anticipating potential scenarios, and identifying the most pertinent modes of threats. Through case studies and global incident analyses, industry experts will explore methods and technologies for detecting, neutralising, and, if necessary, eliminating drone threats.”

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