Milipol, the first national security event to be held after the pandemic, will display cross-border health technologies for national health crises caused by coronavirus.
The coronavirus epidemic, which affected the whole world, enabled a rapid transformation in health technologies. Milipol, the first national security event to be held after the pandemic, will come to the fore with technologies designed according to the security need that emerged after COVID-19. "We anticipate that concerns about national health and safety will decrease with the introduction of a number of new cross-border health technologies," said Milipol Event Director Marie Lagrenée.
Milipol Qatar, the leading national security and civil defense event of the Middle East, which will be held in Doha between 26-28 October, is preparing to bring together the most important companies of the sector. The participant list of the event includes institutions and organizations in Scandinavia, Europe, England, Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, Far East and India Subcontinent. Trade from Turkey Ares Shipbuilding, Canovate ballistic, and Nurol Machinery & Industry Co. He was among the companies reporting his participation.
Stating that the need for safety and technology in the health field has arisen due to COVID-19, Milipol Event Director Marie Lagrenée said: “While the medical world is trying to find vaccines, security technologies are working to develop cross-border health technologies. In this process, we will also discuss the topics that need to be addressed for the realization of major international events such as FIFA World Cup 2022. ” Lagrenée said it has confirmed that many leading brands from the national security and civil defense sectors and equipment, products and consultancy will participate in the fair.
Panels, case studies and discussions will be held on the increasing challenges and opportunities of the sector at Milipol Qatar Fair. The event is expected to host more than 200 exhibitors and nearly 8 visitors.
Window to security market
The 13th Milipol Qatar Fair will be held within the framework of the inclusive master plan for the gradual removal of COVID-1 prevention restrictions, allowing the Qatar Government to hold business meetings, including exhibitions and conferences, starting September 19. Milipol Qatar acts as a window to the Middle East security market, which has undergone a rapid transformation due to the technological advances and coronavirus pandemic, increasing internal health and safety requirements.
The Milipol Qatar şirketlet states that the participation follows: Huawei Technologies of China, Turkey Ares Shipbuilding, Canovate ballistic, and Nurol Machinery & Industrial Corporation, the leader of Britain's control room systems Winsted Limited; French microwave security experts MC2 Technologies; Encryption technologist Boole Server from Italy; Alpinter SA, Belgian aid supplier; The German surveillance company Lufracom GmbH and the country's leading personal protective equipment manufacturer Haix Schuhe Produktions Und Vertriebs and Danish surveillance technology pioneer Covidence A / S.
Companies that state that they will participate in the fair operate in the following areas: Product and engineering systems suppliers, service and safety training consultants supporting the fire and protection infrastructure; access control manufacturers, personal protection equipment manufacturers; authentication and cyber security systems; risk assessment and crisis management consultants; fiber and fabric suppliers; manufacturers of measurement and analysis, mobility and optical equipment; communication and transmission systems, as well as weapons and ammunition suppliers.
Hibya News Agency