Advanced Electronics Company Showcases Advanced Military System at 2020 Electronic Warfare

Advanced Electronics Company Showcases Advanced Military System at 2020 Electronic Warfare

The Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) is participating in the 6th edition of the 2020 Electronic Warfare and Radar International Conference held here on 9 and 10 March. The company is one of the sponsors of the leading conference, which seeks to develop a powerful and sustainable security and military industries system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

AEC demonstrates its strong presence in the conference through its advanced military intelligence showcase in the category of electronic warfare solutions and products. The company’s showcases solutions and services including RoIP communications systems, data diode cybersecurity device, anti-drone systems, electronic intelligence, and electronic counter measures.

AEC CEO Abdulaziz Al-Duailej explained that the current edition of the Electronic Warfare and Radar International Conference is important as it is held in conjunction with the Kingdom’s successful directives towards achieving its ambitious objectives for economic diversification and strategic independence. He explained that the company benefits from the event by developing systems and solutions to support security readiness and build military capabilities in the Kingdom and achieve self-sufficiency, in addition to creating suitable job opportunities for young Saudi talents.

He noted that the company’s approach relies on giving qualified and trained Saudi talents leadership positions, where they demonstrate their success, excellence, and ability to supervise and execute the company’s major vital projects. This approach helped the company demonstrate its abilities and excellence within an effective economic and security system on which the Kingdom relies for current and future development plans.

“We are looking forward to cooperating with our new strategic partners and paving the way towards technology transfer in order to upgrade our national capabilities within our commitment to play a leading role in realizing the objectives of the Kingdom Vision 2030 to localize 50% of military and security spending in the Kingdom by the year 2030,” he said.

By supporting and participating in this event, and as a national company with deep roots in the Kingdom’s defense sector, AEC will shed light on its continual efforts to commit to building a sustainable and reliable military and security industries sector in line with the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by focusing on the localization of military industries and defense systems and technologies through technology and knowledge transfer with international partners.