Invitation: International Workshop: “Drones and sensitive sites” 
We are pleased to invite you to the second International Workshop “Drones and sensitive sites” 16 – 17 October 2019.
Since 2015, France has been plagued with reports of drone overflights of sensitive sites. In the current context of security risks, it becomes essential for any organization or structure responsible for the security of persons, sites or areas of operations to be able to detect, track down Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and to neutralize them if they are malicious.
You are…

You are a port manager, airport, industrial site, military site, nuclear installation, member of security force, developer of drone solutions or service provider.
Take part in this seminar to benefit from an overview of the latest technologies, regulatory development.

 

16 October SGDSN Live demo

Hangar H21, 2 route de Caumont 84140 Avignon

  • 8h00-9h00 : Arrival of attendees-registration-coffee
  • 9h-9h30 : Welcome session | Organisation board, SGDSN, SAFE and expert’s comity. Presentation of the organisation of the day and overview of the needs
  • 9h30-17h30 : 10 demos (French suppliers)
  • 17h30-18h30 : Conclusion DEMO DAY and Othe 2024 Olympic Games procurement, SGDSN, SAFE, OG

Demonstration will take place if the weather conditions are favorable. Presentation in French with English Translation

17 October Conference

335 avenue Clément Ader 84140 Avignon

  •  8h30–9h00 : Welcome from Seminar partners
  •  9h00-11h30 : Industrial session by NAVAL GROUP, CNIM, THALES LAS
  • 11h30-13h00 : Partners session by Censec, Canton de Genève and Castra members
  • 14h00-15h00 : European session by French Defence Agency and SAFE Cluster, DIGINEXT
  • 15h00-16h30 : Session Networking B2B meeting
  • Static DEMO of partner’s solution present all the day

Contact
hubert.berenger@safecluster.com
julien.fortin@safecluster.com

Registration for this event via: http://www.safecluster.com/third-international-seminar-drones-sensitive-sites/

 

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