Detect, Identify and Neutralise:
Countering the New Threat in the Skies
Countering the New Threat in the Skies
The civilian market is moving closer to implementation of technology to detect, identify and neutralise malicious drone activity, however major regulatory hurdles remain before we can see the employment of drone neutralising technology. Law enforcement agencies, prisons, stadia and other facilities should celebrate the current trajectory of drone regulation, which appears to be prioritising safety and enforcement.
The threat to civilian life is diverse; in the Middle East drones have become a common terrorist tool, requiring law enforcement and militaries to adopt counter measure with immediate effect. In Europe, the focus must remain on the effective identification of drone incursions and the delivery of legislation to protect sites at risk.
This December, we will provide a unique platform where security professions can share their challenges with governments, regulators and industry, to assist in developing a lens for threat assessment and a framework for progression.
Director General, Counter-Terrorism and National Security Advisor
Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs
Advisor for Security & Defense, Office of the Prime Minister
Lebanese Armed Forces
Secretary General for Defence & National Security
Government of France
CIPP, Senior Privacy Advisor, Intelligence,
Department of Homeland Security
Regional Advisor, Terrorism Prevention Branch, Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa
Senior air traffic controller at Munich ACC,
Germany, IFATCA UAS/RPAS
Director, Unconventional Weapons & Technology Division
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, USA
Director Flight Safety
Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Lebanon
Staff Officer for Countering Drones at Air Innovation Centre
Royal Netherlands Air Force
Head of Unit Civil Aviation Department
Ministry of Transport, Czech Republic
Assistant Director RSFO (Regional Safety and Flight Operations) SESAR 2020, Technical Manager
Head of Air Traffic Services
London Southend Airport
Chairman, RPAS Working Group
Airport Safety Expert
The International Civil Aviation Organisation
Level 7 Expertise
Correctional Service of Canada
Regulatory Divisional Manager
Irish Aviation Authority
Who Should Attend Countering Drones
AIRPORTS, SEA PORTS, BORDERS AND RAILWAYS
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITIES AND AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENTS
COUNTER-TERROR AGENCIES, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, MILITARY BASES AND SENSITIVE INSTALLATIONS
MAJOR BROADCASTERS, FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIOS
NATIONAL SPACE AGENCIES AND MAJOR INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDING NUCLEAR POWER STATIONS, GRIDS AND UTILITIES
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS INCLUDING THE UN, NATO AND WTO
SPORTING ARENAS AND MAJOR VENUES EVENT VENUES
Join the Countering Drones conference to:
Explore holographic radar solution to assist you in the detection and identification of malicious drones
Make an informed assessment of different types of counter-drone technologies and identify which system is best for your unique circumstances
Influence future policy by contributing to high-level discussions with policymakers, insurers and legal practitioners
Ensure that your organisation is aware of current developments in national security strategy, regulations and aviation legislation by hearing from senior policymakers from the UK, Europe and US
Discover how enhancing trial procedure can help you identify the right product for your facility
"Most focused and successful event I have found"
"Very good to get the wider perspectives on a complex topic"
"Great for networking"
"Very thought-provoking and interesting"
"Great to meet the global CUAS community suring this event, mixing customers and main industry partners"
"Very valuable, wide variety of topics"
"A GOOD EVENT THAT I WOULD WISH TO ATTEND AGAIN"
"excellent event, Q&A was benficial as many experts present for discussion"
"This conference was very useful to have a global overview of the problem, and state of the art situtation. Seconddly, it was an excellent opportunity for networking. Very fruitful - at this time -conference."
"The conferance was very valuable, I understanded better the overall requirements and required configuration for the systems include the current obsticals"
"Introduced some new nuances into consideration and confirmed/reinforced previous assessments."