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Emirates Group Security appoints MedAire

Posted 12 January 2021 · Add Comment

Emirates Group Security has extended its partnership with MedAire to build an innovative, cutting-edge solution that will improve its thorough analysis and threat-prevention systems in the aviation industry.

Emirates Group Security appoints MedAire as a partner to enhance AVSEC threat and risk assessments. Image:  EGS

MedAire has been appointed to provide timely, accurate and actionable information that will enhance Emirates Group Security’s (EGS) arsenal of leading-edge systems.

The partnership between the companies to create a comprehensive security solution will allow for increased accuracy and decreased incidents. MedAire’s aviation security solution for Emirates Group Security will include airspace and airport assessments, 24/7 access to security/operational assistance, and security intelligence via an Aviation App and Travel Security Online Portal.

 

Dr Abdulla Al Hashimi, chief of group security, commented: “Our reputation in the industry for providing the best aviation security services is unrivalled. One of the reasons for our unequalled success is the constant investment in technology and our absolute resilient efforts for continual improvement. I am delighted with this partnership, and I’m sure that Emirates Group Security with MedAire will provide for a safer environment for all aviation industry professionals and customers.”

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