Dubai Customs organizes outreach and entertainment activities during DSS 2022

Dubai: To support Dubai’s efforts to promote the entertainment and tourism activities offered to visitors during Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) 2022, Dubai Customs is vigorously engaging in a wide range of outreach and entertainment activities in the city of Modesh. These events and activities take place from July 14 to August 16 and focus on several themes, including intellectual property rights, customs innovations such as the inspection submarine, K9 customs dogs, and feature a performance showcase talents of employees’ children.

Every year, Dubai Customs is very eager to actively participate in Modesh World to educate and raise awareness among children by engaging in all activities and events aimed at new generations. The organization pays some attention to educating the general public on the importance of protecting intellectual property rights when introducing its innovations.

Events organized by Dubai Customs at Modesh World this year included IPR awareness workshops on the importance of intellectual property rights and their protection. About 100 children took part in the workshops, where they learned about the vital role of Dubai Customs in protecting the security of sea, land and air borders against the entry of counterfeit goods for the dangers they pose to people, the environment and the economy. .

Other workshops were also held to showcase DC’s innovations, including the Customs Submarine, which is a unique underwater drone innovation that allows inspectors to obtain high-quality 3D images and videos of hulls of ships, with the aim of detecting smuggling and illegal imports. These workshops were an opportunity for Modesh visitors to discover the innovative initiatives developed at Dubai Customs, and to highlight their role in strengthening the protection of society and the economy.


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