Thuraya to Showcase at OPV Middle East Event

IT and Communications, Marine Equipment Products and Services — By on October 8, 2017 at 8:51 AM

Thuraya Seastar

The company will display offerings that facilitate marine comms and surveillance

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 8 October 2017: Thuraya Telecommunications Company will be showcasing a diverse range of maritime, voice and data products and services at booth 11 during the upcoming Offshore Patrol Vessels Middle East event (OPV). Held from 9th-11th October in Kuwait City, the summit is a leading annual gathering of maritime and defense stakeholders, focusing on naval surveillance and offshore patrol vessels. In its 6th edition, OPV Middle East this year is supported by the Kuwait Naval Base and Ministry of Defense and is set to host over 150 senior industry officials from the region and beyond.

Thuraya Orion IP

Fahad Kahoor, Thuraya’s Director of Market Development, said, “OPV Middle East is among our most prominent yearly exhibitions as we get to engage directly with senior naval officials and coast guards here. We have a strong experience in delivering solutions to the region’s maritime and defense sectors and are eager to showcase how our upgraded offerings meet the current requirements on patrol vessels for the surveillance and security of coastal borders and territorial waters.” He added, “The event additionally provides the ideal setting to discuss new industry challenges and project plans, which is valuable input for us as we work to keep our maritime portfolio top-notch and relevant to market demands.”

Atlas IP

Thuraya’s ‘at-sea’ devices are popular in the maritime markets of the GCC and surrounding Arab countries. The company’s display at OPV includes various marine-centric data terminals such as the Atlas IP, Orion IP as well as Thuraya Seastar which was launched earlier this year.

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