The 86th INTERPOL General Assembly, the organization’s annual global police gathering, bringing together the most senior police officials from across the globe to address a wide range of global security issues, was held on September 26-29 at the China National Convention Centre in Beijing. Hytera, a leading global provider of innovative professional mobile radio (PMR) communications solutions, showcased its leading PMR solutions at the exhibition sector to nearly 1,000 experts and professionals from 156 countries during the 4-day conference and exhibition.
Meng Hongwei, INTERPOL President 2016-2020 and Vice Minister of Public Security of China attended the event and announced the opening of 86th INTERPOL General Assembly. As Meng stated during his opening speech the world is undergoing profound changes that have never been seen since WWII; a round of scientific and industrial revolution is looming and these will change the lives we know, the world we know, and the crimes we know; and the police have been greatly challenged by these changes.
Hytera gave its answer to those mentioned challenges in demonstrating its latest LTE-PMR Multi-mode Convergence Solution and Fast Deployment Solution in four typical application scenarios as Integrated Command & Control, Emergency Response, Counter Terrorism and Security for Mega Events which drives at using the cutting-edge scientific technologies to empower policing in elevating operation efficiency.
As Hytera companies, Sepura and Norsat have also showcased their SC21 series Tetra portable radio and Satcom solution in the exhibition to present a total solution for public safety and security industry provided by Hytera.
During the 4-day conference and exhibition, INTERPOL President Meng Hongwei and senior police officials from different nations in Asia, Europe, Africa, North and South America and Oceania have visited Hytera booth and talked to the Hytera experts for technical discussion and project consultancy.
The International Police Organization more normally known as INTERPOL, is an intergovernmental organization facilitating international police cooperation. It was established as the International Criminal Police Commission (ICPC) in 1923; it chose INTERPOL as its telegraphic address in 1946, and made it its common name in 1956. The world largest international police organization, aims to take a bigger role as a coordinator of security forces around the world so they can better fight crimes together.