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Successful MILIPOL 20129th Nov 2012


Successful MILIPOL 2012 Picture

Andrew Wallwork, Founder and Managing Director of Daetech having received a VIP invite from Brigadier Nasser Bin Fahad Al– Thani, the president of the Milipol Qatar.

 

Daetech Systems (UK) Ltd attended Milipol 2012, this year held in Doha, Qatar. Andrew Wallwork, Founder and Managing Director of Daetech having received a VIP invite from Brigadier Nasser Bin Fahad Al– Thani, the president of the Milipol Qatar committee. Daetech supported the Qatar Ministry of the Interiors main government stand, where the Criminal Evidence and Information Department showcased Daetech's new Midas system. Daetech are probably the first British company and international company to be invited to support the MOI on their government stand. Qatar over the last 12 months has invested in 6 specialist forensic Recovery, processing and analysis solutions from Daetech spread across three departments.

 

The Midas situated on the Qatar MOI stand attracted Delegations from United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria and with further agencies from Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Qatar taking a keen interest.

 

Qatar's Gulf Times newspapers article on the Exhibition states His Excellency Sheikh Abdullah al-Thani as saying, "This years event has become really bigger and different from previous ones because there are more exhibitors and the event has also become more significant for the country as some of the companies are showcasing technologies in the field of security" the article continues by saying Being Showcased at Qatar Ministry of Interior pavilion are the latest gadgets used for crime busting. . . . A new addition is also the digital forensics machine—British Made– Midas R3X—best for downloading data from the surveillance camera (CCTVs) "we use the machine to copy information from the hard disc of CCTV to acquire all the images " Lt al-Mannai maintained.




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