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Safe Dynamics sets up global HQ in Dubai

Starts providing antenna safety services


Safe Dynamics has announced the opening of its international headquarters in Dubai. The location will serve as a hub to expand the company’s future operations in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region.

The company is planning to capitalize on the Expo 2020 Dubai and UAE Smart City Summit as a way to reach out to mobile communications executives, mobile regulators, and municipalities from around the world and lead the industry in antenna safety, especially the latest generation (5G) of antennas.

With Safe Dynamics moving to Dubai, its subsidiary RF Check will provide “wireless safety service” to certify and ensure safe operation of mobile networks in the UAE.

There are nearly 10 billion devices connected to the wireless network – over 10 million antennas. When 5G matures, there will be 25 to 30 billion devices and 20 million antennas. RF Check makes the wireless industry safe from RF overexposure.

Safe Dynamics’ investment in Dubai and the UAE is further acknowledgement of the region’s leadership role in promoting new technology and public health and safety, particularly that of the UAE, where world-class wireless safety matters.

The investment validates Dubai’s resilient economic and readiness model to receive and nurture high-technology FDI. Safe Dynamics’ vision for global expansion, using Dubai as its EMEA base, coincides with the city’s strategy to continue evolving as a global Smart City. A number of strategic components, including infrastructure, legislation, public services and geographical location, reinforce Dubai as a smart and sustainable city of the future and a major hub in the global economy.

Dubai's policies and initiatives have primed the city to attract investments into new and emerging sectors, among which one of the most important is the digital economy that includes secure communication networks, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, machine-to-machine communication and other technologies of Industry 4.0.

This is the reason Dubai was one among the top 10 cities globally in attracting FDI capital during the first half of 2020, and third in attracting greenfield FDI.