Milipol Qatar 2014 will be an important event to mark in the calendar for MENA
The specific needs and requirements of internal state security markets within the GCC will be addressed at Milipol Qatar 2014 as participants and exhibitors are expected to highlight the latest technological advancements – both in terms of products and services – during the 10th staging of the biennial event scheduled to take place on Oct. 20-22, 2014 at the Doha Exhibition Centre in Qatar.
With the wide ranging area covered by internal state security, among the categories that will be featured include state-of-the-art products and services in transmissions, communications and tracking; authentication, access control and surveillance systems; corporate and media; and information technology.
“Milipol Qatar is certainly the place to be for all internal State security requirements in the region,” said Muriel Kafantaris, Exhibition Director – Milipol Qatar 2014. “Given the unique characteristics, availability of resources and dedicated focus on internal State security in this part of the world, our list of confirmed exhibitors and solution providers continue to increase, along with the most up-to-date products and services that effectively address a constantly evolving internal State security environment in the GCC.
“Clearly, Milipol Qatar has built its strong reputation as the region’s most influential trade exhibition dedicated to internal State security, and exhibitors and stakeholders will certainly benefit from short to long-term business opportunities presented by the event,” she added. “With more than enough time before the staging of the event, it is never too late for more internal security solution providers to sign up as exhibitors and avail of this exclusive chance to present their products and services before a gathering of some of the top internal security decision-makers from both the private and public sectors.”
Having a strong focus on products and services that effectively respond to current market trends, the exhibition will also feature optics and optronics equipment; consultancy, training and related services; mobility; personnel equipment and fabrics; major risks, crisis management and civil emergencies; specific transverse technologies; body inspection systems; fast-scan vehicle inspection systems; law enforcement cameras; and unmanned aerial vehicles.
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