It works in the safety of the fifth generation "antennas"

“Safe Dynamics” chooses Dubai as its international headquarters for its operations

  • The investment of the «company» is a testament to the readiness and flexibility of the economic model of Dubai


The global company, Safe Dynamics, announced the opening of its global headquarters in Dubai. The new location will serve as a center for the expansion of the company's future operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

A statement issued yesterday stated that the company plans to take advantage of the activities of Expo 2020 Dubai and the Smart City Summit, to communicate through it with executives in the mobile communications sector, sector regulators, and municipalities from around the world, to strengthen its leadership in the field of antenna safety, especially Fifth generation technologies.

With the move of "Safe Dynamics" to Dubai, "RF Check", which is affiliated with it, will provide a "wireless security service" to certify the safe operation of "mobile" networks in the UAE.

“We are pleased to witness the interest of all parties in Dubai and the UAE in how to benefit from our unique technologies, and how we can, in cooperation with the UAE, lead the rest of the world towards making communications safer,” said Saif Dynamics CEO Dr. J. Hill. We support and encourage growth and innovation at the same time. ”

He added, "It is encouraging that the government works hard to create safe and developed cities for residents, where we can play an important role in reducing the exposure of workers and residents to all radio frequencies."

Dubai's readiness

In turn, Fahad Al-Gergawi, Executive Director of the Dubai Investment Development Corporation, one of the economic institutions of Dubai, welcomed the decision of "Saif Dynamics" to choose Dubai as its international headquarters.

He said, "We have worked with the (Saif Dynamics) team for several years, and we are very happy to welcome them to Dubai," stressing that the company's investment is a testament to the readiness and flexibility of the economic model of Dubai, and its readiness to receive and support foreign direct investment in advanced technology sectors.

Al Gergawi pointed out that the company's vision for global expansion, starting from Dubai, coincides with the city's strategy aimed at continuing to grow and develop as a global smart city, as there are a number of strategic components, including infrastructure, legislation, public services and geographical location, which enhance Dubai's position as a smart and sustainable city. For the future and a major center in the heart of the global economy.

He added: “Dubai's policies and initiatives have contributed to enhancing its attractive position for investments in new and emerging sectors, most notably the digital economy, which includes under its umbrella communication networks, artificial intelligence, three-dimensional printing, communication between machines, and other technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

This is one of the reasons that placed Dubai in the ranks of the top 10 cities in the world, in terms of attracting foreign direct investment, during the first half of 2020, and the third in the world in attracting foreign direct investment in new projects completely.

A center for innovation

In the same context, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of "Saif Dynamics" and the former CEO of "Apple", Gil Amelio, said: “Dubai is well-known for its global position as a center for innovation and the future in the Middle East and North Africa and in the world at large. Unique, which enhances the safety of workers in the mobile communications sector and all residents, and exports these technologies to other countries.

He stressed that the Dubai government and the UAE have worked to implement an innovative future approach, so we plan to launch other products that enhance the safety of workers and residents in the country, in the near future.

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