Bravo aims at critical apps

KSA-based Bravo teamed up with partners to showcase an array of apps aimed at the security, defence and health sector at GITEX

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Bravo aims at critical apps Also on display were drones that can be used to reach, observe and record in remote or dangerous areas
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  November 2, 2016

BRAVO, a 100% owned subsidiary of Saudi Telecom Group and a provider of instant group wireless communication services and solutions for the industrial, enterprise, business and government sectors was at GITEX Technology Week in Dubai to showcase a wide range of mission-critical solutions.

One of its most important exhibits was the Mission-Critical Car provided by Motorola Solutions which had the latest devices for police officers patrolling the streets of modern-day cities where 360-degree situational awareness is critical for successful operations.

Airbus Defence and Space, another one of Bravo's partners showcased a modern command and control centre together with mission-critical devices that combine two major standards of today, TETRA and LTE.

Also on display were drones that can be used to reach, observe and record in remote or dangerous areas, as well as SwyMed's telemedicine application. Dr. Fahad H. Mushayt, Bravo's chief executive officer explained the company's ambitious plans in this area to a number of VIPs at GITEX including members of the Ministry of Hajj.

Over the course of the five-day event, Bravo received many visitors from KSA, Dubai and the broader Middle East region as well.

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