HEMUS 2016 : HEMUS 2016, Special track - Technologies in Support of Law Enforcement Agencies
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Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria. Its history spans 6 000 years, with traces of a Neolitic settlemest dating to 4000 BC, ranking it among the world’s oldest cities.
XII International Defence Equipment Exhibition HEMUS 2016 - Defence, Antiterrorism and Security will take place in the period 25.05.2016 – 28.05.2016.
HEMUS addresses all Bulgarian and foreign physical and legal entities and non-profit organizations performing Research and Development, manufacturing and commercial activities in the area of defense equipment and Security and Antiterrorism sectors.
The objectives of the exhibition are to establish immediate contacts between Defense, Security and Antiterrorism equipment vendors and potential customers both at national and international level; to give impetus to the development of the defense industry providing the manufacturers and traders the opportunity to showcase industry innovations and recent developments; to provide a forum opening new opportunities for joint ventures, joint Research and Development projects on defense produce and cooperation.
Traditionally a highlight of the exhibition programme is the International Science Conference, organized by the Defense Institute “Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov”, under the auspices of the Ministry of Defence and devoted to the latest developments in the Defence Industry.
Armaments and ammunition
Combat equipment and systems
Nuclear, chemical and biological protection and ecology
Communication systems and technologies
Radiolocation and radio navigation
Informatics and information technologies
Cyber defence, cryptography and information security
Economic aspects of defence
Human factors and medicine
Military standardization, quality and certification
Test and control measurements
SPECIAL TRACK: Technologies in Support of Law Enforcement Agencies.
The best fit for this track are those interested in thoughtfully discussing the latest technologies and learning what is next. This special track provides chiefs, IT managers, technology specialists, criminal justice practitioners, researchers and industry-leading solution providers with a forum in which to share information, best practices and lessons learned about technologies used by law enforcement agencies. Speakers from the public and private sectors and an audience of progressive thinkers and leaders from security, defence, police and law enforcement agencies in Europe will discover the latest trends in technology and help predict the future.
Conference website http://di.mod.bg/hemus2016