In a bid to promote greater awareness of the latest technologies available to the maritime community, Silver Sponsor, Qnective Middle East will be showcasing a new, comprehensive and fully compliant international shore-based maritime radio-communications and vessel identification system, currently being established in the Sultanate of Oman, at TransOman 2014.
Oman’s premier event for Transport, Shipping and Logistics will take place from 3rd- 5th June 2014 at the Oman International Exhibition Centre under the patronage of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
“As TransOman 2014 is one of the most recognized events of the Transport & Logistics Sector in the GCC Region, the event will be an excellent platform for our company to showcase our current implementation of a state of the art maritime radio- communications in the Global maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), vessel identification system and other added value services being introduced in Oman, so as to bring about awareness of the much needed shore-based communications services being provided for the shipping industry and general maritime community in Oman” says Eng. Mubarak Al Hadadi, General Manager, Qnective Middle East.
Qnective’s maritime communication technologies and services will be highly beneficial to Government ministries and other stakeholders responsible for maritime affairs, search and rescue , counter pollution and general maritime safety and security plus the shipping industry, ports, fishing and pleasure craft community.
Qnective Middle East is a company based in the Sultanate of Oman, specializing in terrestrial and maritime communication technologies. Founded as a subsidiary of Qnective AG, a Swiss company specializing in mobile encryption technologies and secure communications, Qnective Middle East plans and operates large-scale telecom networks and services around the world.
TransOman 2014 will be held alongside ProjectOman 2014- the ideal platform for showcasing Oman’s developing market and paying tribute to the upcoming hard & soft developments in the Sultanate of Oman.