KSA Ministry of Interior shares smart services

The Ministry of Interior of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is showcasing its electronic and smart services at GITEX Technology Week.

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KSA Ministry of Interior shares smart services HH Prince Bandar Al-Mashari and HE Mohmmad Al Gergawi at the MoI stand.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 18, 2016

The Ministry of Interior of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is showcasing its electronic and smart services at GITEX Technology Week.

The stand features a host of unique examples of the Ministry’s offerings, including 27 smart services, and 14 applications and smart devices, such as the mobile ‘911’ traffic control and incident response centre.

His Highness Prince Bandar bin Abdullah Al-Mashari Assistant Minister of Interior for Technology Affairs KSA visited the stand and was briefed by the different entities participating under the ministry’s stand, he also met several ministry’s officials. His Excellency Mohammad bin Abdullah Al Gergawi, UAE Cabinet Member and Minister of Cabinet Affairs and The Future visited the stand on the second day and was hosted by His Highness Prince Bandar bin Abdullah Al-Mashari and top Saudi government officials.

Engineer Mohammed Al Aseeri, Official Spokesperson of the National Information Centre from the Saudi Ministry of Interior said: “The platform for sharing expertise and learning from peers that GITEX provides is unmatched in the region. We believe that our strong presence here, showcasing our alignment with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, will go a long way in positioning the Kingdom as an innovative early adopter of technology in public services, and emphasises the strong business and economic environment and potential within the Kingdom.

“Our electronic and Smart Services reflect the commitment of the national leadership and Government to not only invest in innovative technology, but also our focus towards building a unified citizen and resident experience across the GCC states. We have opened channels of communication with our counterparts from the GCC to build a secure electronic collaboration system across national identification, so that all citizens and residents can enjoy a unified and secure experience of interacting with Governments and accessing e-Services anywhere in the GCC,” he adds.

Focusing on the end-user benefit, the Ministry’s GITEX stand features videos that provide the viewers with overviews across areas that the Ministry focuses on, spanning from end-user facing traffic and identity management solutions such as that on the Ministry’s absher.com website.

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