Published on 24 February, 2010
|The Middle East is a market where CNL sees huge potential for their command and control software|
, a world leader in developing Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announces it has formed a strategic partnership with SHIELD Safety and Security
, the military and police supply division of Bin Salem Holdings. SHIELD is dedicated but not limited to serving the needs of government security and industrial corporations within the Middle East Region.
Through the partnership, SHIELD Safety and Security will add CNL's award winning PSIM technology to their portfolio of world class solutions for homeland security, transportation, oil & gas and critical security facilities. The two companies will showcase their joint solution for the first time at the ISNR
exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
CNL's software is designed to reduce the cost and deployment time in C2 and C4i
SHIELD Safety and Security will add CNL's PSIM technology to their portfolio of solutions for homeland security
command and control solutions, whilst increasing the effectiveness of these operations. With the ever increasing need for integrated security, this partnership offers the benefits of situational awareness with the experience of a large scale security group. With its exceptional reputation in the region SHIELD Safety and Security is ideally positioned to deliver this solution to the Middle Eastern market.
Keith Bloodworth, CEO at CNL comments: "The Middle East and particularly the Gulf States are a market where we see huge potential for our command and control software. We already have a world class deployment in the region, and our partnership with SHEILD Safety and Security will open the way for many more. They have an excellent reputation, and have relationships at the right level within key regional accounts."
"We are seeing strong demand for effective Command and Control software in the region, and CNL's software is perfectly suited to meet the demand of critical infrastructure protection and homeland defence applications,"
comments Ahmed Al Kaabi, General Manger of SHEILD Safety and Security. "Additionally, safer city initiatives from across the region are taking place, and they are all looking at intelligent ways of managing large amounts of visual and data intelligence."