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<strong>DAY</strong> 1<br />

TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong><br />

HALL 5<br />

STAND H042<br />

MILIPOL PARIS <strong>2023</strong><br />

SECURING THE GAMES:<br />

PARIS 2024 IN FOCUS<br />

GLOBAL INSIGHTS,<br />

LOCAL IMPACT<br />

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW<br />

PRÉFET<br />

YANN JOUNOT,<br />

PDG DE CIVIPOL ET<br />

PRÉSIDENT DES SALONS<br />

MILIPOL<br />

#14<br />

NEWS<br />

IDEMIA HELPS LAW<br />

ENFORCEMENT<br />

AGENCIES<br />

TO EXPEDITE<br />

PROCESSES<br />

#06


I NEWS I<br />

Morning Briefi ng<br />

by Laurence Gaborieau,<br />

Directrice du salon IFTM Top Resa<br />

Director IFTM Top Resa<br />

Embracing the future<br />

at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong><br />

CONFERENCE<br />

PROGRAMME<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris Conference Programme,<br />

featuring high level experts, will be<br />

dedicated to the security of the Olympics<br />

Games Paris 24<br />

TUES<strong>DAY</strong><br />

14 NOVEMBER<br />

Inaugural conference<br />

Good morning to all the<br />

distinguished guests and<br />

dedicated professionals joining<br />

us today at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris. It’s<br />

our pleasure to extend a warm<br />

welcome to everyone here at<br />

this epicentre of innovation,<br />

knowledge, and collaboration.<br />

As we gather here, coffee in<br />

hand, let’s immerse ourselves in<br />

the anticipation of the enriching<br />

experiences that lie ahead.<br />

Our conference programme this<br />

year promises to explore the<br />

depths of the world of security,<br />

kicking off at 14:30 with an<br />

opening address by Prefect Yann<br />

Jounot, the esteemed CEO of<br />

Civipol and President of <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Network. His leadership has<br />

been a beacon in navigating the<br />

complex landscape of security,<br />

and his insights are sure to set<br />

the tone for discussions ahead.<br />

Following Prefect Jounot, we<br />

are privileged to have Amélie<br />

Oudea-Castera, the French<br />

Minister of Sports and the<br />

Olympic and Paralympic<br />

Games, share her perspectives<br />

from 14:40 to 15:00. Her<br />

address is set to unravel the<br />

intricate tapestry of securing a<br />

global event of this magnitude,<br />

underscoring the pivotal role we<br />

all play in this grand endeavour.<br />

From 15:00 to 15:30, the stage<br />

will be graced by Prefect Michel<br />

Cadot, the Interministerial<br />

Delegate for the Olympic and<br />

Paralympic Games (DIJOP).<br />

His wealth of experience and<br />

knowledge will provide us with a<br />

comprehensive understanding<br />

of the multifaceted challenges<br />

and strategic approaches<br />

essential for ensuring a safe<br />

and secure environment for the<br />

Games.<br />

Prefect Stéphane Bouillon,<br />

Secretary General for National<br />

Defence and Security (SGDSN),<br />

will then share his invaluable<br />

expertise from 15:30 to 16:00.<br />

His role in coordinating national<br />

security efforts is a testament to<br />

our collective commitment to<br />

safety and resilience.<br />

But our journey today goes<br />

beyond the conference sessions.<br />

The Innovation Stage and the<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Innovation Awards<br />

Ceremony stand as vibrant<br />

platforms celebrating the spirit<br />

of innovation and excellence<br />

that propels our industry<br />

forward. These awards are a<br />

showcase of the cutting-edge<br />

advancements and outstanding<br />

contributions that are shaping<br />

the future of security and safety.<br />

As we navigate throughout the<br />

day, let’s embrace this unique<br />

opportunity to learn, share,<br />

and connect by engaging in<br />

meaningful conversations,<br />

building new partnerships, and<br />

working together to create a<br />

safer world for everyone.<br />

Welcome to <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris. Here’s<br />

to a day filled with inspiration,<br />

learning, and collaboration<br />

14:30 OPENING OF THE<br />

CONFERENCES<br />

Prefect Yann JOUNOT,<br />

CEO of Civipol and President of <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Network<br />

14:40 - 15:00 KEYNOTE<br />

Amélie OUDEA-CASTERA,<br />

French Minister of sports and the<br />

Olympic and Paralympic Games<br />

15:00 - 15h30 KEYNOTE<br />

Prefect Michel CADOT,<br />

Interministerial Delegate for the<br />

Olympic and Paralympic Games<br />

(DIJOP)<br />

15:30 - 16h00 KEYNOTE<br />

Prefect Stéphane BOUILLON,<br />

Secretary General for National<br />

Defense and Security (SGDSN)<br />

All <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris participants can<br />

attend the Conference Programme<br />

for free. All conferences feature<br />

simultaneous translation.<br />

FOR THE FULL<br />

PROGRAMME, SCAN<br />

THE QR CODE:<br />

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I NEWS I<br />

INNOVATION<br />

STAGE<br />

At the heart of the show, in the startup<br />

area, the Innovation Stage will be<br />

hosting talks throughout the show,<br />

focusing on the latest developments<br />

in the sector. A real concentrate of<br />

research and innovation.<br />

Visit the Innovation Stage in Pavilion 4.<br />

TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER<br />

INNOVATION STAGE<br />

10:00 MH SERVICE WORKSHOP<br />

The Cinderella of Modern Investigation: How to Deanonymize<br />

a Suspect with OSINT<br />

By Rob BILLINGTON Rob BILLINGTON, Channel Director Europe<br />

10:30 WORKSHOP CELLEBRITE<br />

11:00 AN2V CONFERENCE<br />

What is the legal situation for AI/Videoprotection in<br />

November <strong>2023</strong>?<br />

11:30 START-UP PITCHES<br />

• ANSYS : Accelerating the deployment of technology in law<br />

enforcement and civil defense<br />

• VERITAS MAXIMA LTD.<br />

• NEURONALYS<br />

12:00 WORKSHOP SOPRA STERIA<br />

Multi-Domain Command & Control Systems (MDC2)<br />

12:30 WORKSHOP COGNYTE<br />

Unveiling the Hawala System: Money Laundering and Terror<br />

Funding<br />

14:00 MILIPOL INNOVATION AWARDS CEREMONY<br />

15:00 WORKSHOP CLEAR TRAIL TECHNOLOGIES<br />

15:30 WORKSHOP CELLEBRITE<br />

16:00 PITCHES START-UP :<br />

• CYBTECH : See beyond, act with awareness<br />

• PARADOX : Corporate presentation PARADOX SAS<br />

• SNOWPACK : SSnowpack , become invisible on the Internet!<br />

16:30 MILIPOL INNOVATION AWARDS<br />

FINALISTS PITCHES<br />

Scan this QR code<br />

and discover the full<br />

programme<br />

SecuScan undervehicle<br />

inspection<br />

solution revealed at<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong><br />

HTDS announces the exclusive launch of the innovative<br />

under-vehicle inspection solution, SecuScan, at <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris this year.<br />

This solution is an efficient and<br />

modular under-vehicle inspection<br />

system that swiftly detects<br />

hazardous items (explosives, drugs,<br />

weapons, contraband goods,<br />

etc.) and concealed individuals at<br />

security checkpoints. SecuScan<br />

provides a global view of the entire<br />

undercarriage, including door sills<br />

and steps, offering high-resolution,<br />

full-colour imaging without<br />

compromising inspection speed or<br />

the safety of on-site agents.<br />

Available in both fixed and<br />

mobile versions, SecuScan<br />

boasts advanced continuous<br />

zoom technology and automatic<br />

object detection algorithms,<br />

allowing for detailed inspection of<br />

elements. Detected anomalies are<br />

prominently highlighted in red on<br />

the control screen, aiding operator<br />

decisions.<br />

This system offers optional<br />

automatic number plate<br />

recognition (ANPR) for all vehicle<br />

types, ensuring rapid and accurate<br />

plate identification.<br />

Beyond under-vehicle inspection,<br />

SecuScan integrates a scene<br />

camera, capturing a top-down view<br />

of the vehicle as it passes through<br />

the inspection zone. This feature<br />

enables operators to examine blind<br />

spots and inspect vehicle roofs<br />

comprehensively. Furthermore,<br />

SecuScan provides various<br />

solutions for capturing driver<br />

images, completing the inspection<br />

process.<br />

The mobile version of SecuScan<br />

is ideal for rentals, special events,<br />

demonstrations, and flexible<br />

security checks at temporary<br />

inspection sites. It offers options<br />

such as lightweight aluminium<br />

ramps and sturdy rubber pads<br />

for easy transport and rapid<br />

deployment. Conversely, the fixed<br />

version is adapted for sophisticated<br />

security inspection points<br />

integrated with comprehensive<br />

access control systems. It is easy to<br />

install and comes with guide rails<br />

or a robust stainless steel base,<br />

providing optimal protection<br />

HALL 5A / STAND N184<br />

4 MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com


I NEWS I<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

IDEMIA helps<br />

law enforcement<br />

agencies to expedite<br />

processes<br />

MTop Mobile<br />

IDEMIA highlights how technological innovations enable<br />

police officers to remain in the field and protect more citizens.<br />

They would no longer need to return to the local police station<br />

to run manual identification matches. Nor would time be spent<br />

taking fingerprints using ink and paper, then uploading them<br />

into the police database.<br />

According to the company,<br />

technology could also help improve<br />

the investigation experience for<br />

victims. For example, prints could be<br />

taken directly at the crime scene using<br />

mobile technology. This would not<br />

only speed up the initial stages of the<br />

investigation, by isolating unidentified<br />

prints sooner, but also reduce the<br />

discomfort of taking victims to the<br />

police station.<br />

Biometric technology, independently<br />

recognised as one of the fairest<br />

and most accurate methods of ID<br />

verification on the market, could also<br />

bring value to an investigation. The<br />

resources of latent print examiners<br />

could be maximised through a<br />

considerably more reliable and<br />

focused list of potential matches.<br />

Biometric matching combined with<br />

huge volumes of structured and<br />

unstructured data could optimise the<br />

investigative process states IDEMIA,<br />

thus increasing the chances of a<br />

prosecution.<br />

IDEMIA aims to help streamline<br />

police processes with contemporary<br />

solutions that automate and expedite<br />

investigations. The company is at<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris this year to show visitors<br />

how their biometric solutions can help<br />

prevent more offenses, solve more<br />

cases, and protect more people<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C180<br />

6 MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com


I NEWS I<br />

MV-3: A response to evolving<br />

terrorism threats<br />

The global landscape of terrorism requires advanced<br />

countermeasures. Recognising this, DOK-ING has introduced<br />

the MV-3 robotic system.<br />

Tailored for special police units,<br />

intervention squads and army tactical<br />

teams, the MV-3 is a fully electric<br />

vehicle mandated to bolster efforts<br />

in counterterrorism, aid in hostage<br />

situations and manage missions<br />

of social unrest. With its diverse<br />

technical capabilities, the MV-3 is<br />

adept at functioning in varied lighting<br />

conditions, from daylight to twilight<br />

and complete darkness.<br />

One of the standout attributes of the<br />

MV-3 is its dual-mode operation,<br />

allowing it to function autonomously or<br />

with a crew. This adaptability ensures<br />

that tactical teams can address threats<br />

without direct exposure to danger.<br />

The robotic system is fortified with<br />

a robust ballistic shield, minimising<br />

potential harm and enhancing the<br />

accuracy of countermeasures against<br />

threats. Prepared for both EOD<br />

and CBRN situations, the MV-3 is<br />

fitted with the latest protective gear<br />

and tools, ensuring efficient threat<br />

identification and neutralisation.<br />

Its design emphasises swift<br />

personnel movement and equipment<br />

deployment, coupled with advanced<br />

offensive support features. It also<br />

provides CASEVAC capabilities within<br />

operational zones.<br />

The MV-3 utilises rubber tracks<br />

for discreet operations, ensuring<br />

extended mission durations and<br />

agile movement. Its ability to carry<br />

up to 700kg underscores its utility in<br />

diverse tactical scenarios. Designed<br />

for optimal performance in confined<br />

spaces, its compact stature, combined<br />

with a retractable ballistic shield and a<br />

rubber-tracked base, sets it apart from<br />

conventional armoured vehicles.<br />

The MV-3’s suite of sensors, cameras<br />

and modular tools amplifies its<br />

operational efficiency, reducing risks<br />

to personnel<br />

HALL 5A / STAND J156<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 7


I NEWS I<br />

INNOVATION<br />

IN THE SPOTLIGHT<br />

AT MILIPOL PARIS <strong>2023</strong><br />

©<strong>Milipol</strong> Network / Anne Emmanuelle Thion<br />

The <strong>Milipol</strong> Innovation Awards<br />

competition aims to recognise the<br />

most innovative manufacturers<br />

in the homeland security sector,<br />

in terms of products, equipment,<br />

services, solutions or business<br />

models. After several successful<br />

editions, this year the CSR category<br />

was added to recognise the<br />

integration by companies of social<br />

and environmental concerns into<br />

their commercial activities and their<br />

relations with stakeholders. The jury of<br />

international experts studied the many<br />

submissions from exhibitors this year<br />

and selected the finalists ahead of the<br />

awards ceremony. The finalists for the<br />

2024 edition were:<br />

DRONE & ANTI-DRONE SYSTEMS,<br />

ROBOTICS<br />

D-FEND SOLUTIONS Hall 4 / Stand G039 with “EnforceAir2”<br />

SHARK ROBOTICS Hall 5A / Stand C164<br />

with “Barakuda”<br />

SKY-HERO Hall 5A / Stand L014 with “Unified Robotic System<br />

for Tactical Indoor Reconnaissance”<br />

CYBERSECURITY<br />

DUST MOBILE Hall 5A / Stand K192 with “Cybercell”<br />

SNOWPACK Hall 4 / Stand SP026 with “Virtual<br />

& Invisible Private Network technology”<br />

SOPRA STERIA Hall 5A / Stand C183 with “IODDA”<br />

CRISIS MANAGEMENT<br />

PHONEXIA Hall 4 / Stand B032 with “Involvement of artificial<br />

intelligence in receiving emergency calls”<br />

STREIT GROUP Hall 5A / Stand B177 with “Nur”<br />

SYANS Hall 5A / Stand L121 with “AGENA-M”<br />

SECURITY FOR MAJOR EVENTS<br />

BOLD ANALYTICS Hall 5A / Stand B037<br />

with “Maestro X2VEC”<br />

HEMERIA Hall 5A / Stand G174 with “Eagle Owl Persistent<br />

Surveillance System”<br />

SHARK ROBOTICS Hall 5A / Stand C164 with “Shark Spike”<br />

CSR<br />

AVIENT Hall 5A / Stand A094 with “Circular Economy of UHMW-<br />

PolyEthylene Dyneema ballistic materials”<br />

CYBTECH (Hall 4 / Stand SP011) with “You can’t manage what you<br />

can’t measure”<br />

INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT /<br />

FIRST RESPONDER PROTECTION<br />

BEFPI Hall 5A / Stand E192 with “Stixx pro 5 & 10”<br />

SEMPER INVICTA Hall 5A / Stand D191 with “Slash resistant clothing”<br />

SOPRA STERIA Hall 5A / Stand C183 with “IOSS”<br />

ROSTAING Hall 5A / Stand D148 with “Calculating the<br />

environmental impact of PPE”<br />

ULTRAOPS Hall 5A / Stand VD010 with “Reconstruction through<br />

action and rediscovered virtues”<br />

Today the winners in each category will be announced<br />

at 14:00 on the Innovation Stage in Hall 4.<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 9


I NEWS I<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

BEFPI automatic<br />

extinguishing units on<br />

display at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong><br />

BEFPI is a family business based in<br />

the Yonne region in France. At <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris this year they are showcasing<br />

the Stixx MAUS 5 and 10 automatic<br />

extinguishing units.<br />

These extinguishing units provide<br />

early detection (180°) of a fire<br />

outbreak, and a protection capacity<br />

of 0.5 to 1 M 3 despite their small size.<br />

They can be fitted with a detection<br />

cable or connected in series to<br />

increase the volume to be protected<br />

in electrical, IT and network<br />

installations.<br />

The equipment is guaranteed 5 years<br />

maintenance-free<br />

HALL 5A / STAND E192<br />

DCI Group reveals a range<br />

of services at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

<strong>2023</strong><br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Early detection of fire<br />

outbreak<br />

• Protection capacity of<br />

0.5 to 1 M3<br />

• Automatic<br />

DCI Group offers a range of capability<br />

building solutions. This year the<br />

group is giving visitors to <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris the opportunity to experience<br />

their comprehensive offer on their<br />

stand through three capability areas<br />

powered by demonstrations and<br />

simulators. Visitors can discover their<br />

internal security solutions through<br />

the presentation of the offer including<br />

law enforcement, counter-terrorism,<br />

VIP and Site Protection. The group’s<br />

drone training solutions will be<br />

highlighted through demonstrations<br />

of the RAPAS simulator as well as<br />

the presentation of Lynx UAV and<br />

optronics material. There will also<br />

be demonstrations of solutions for<br />

UAV Traffic Management (UTM) and<br />

C-UAS operations<br />

HALL 5A / STAND K152<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 11


I NEWS I<br />

Genasys enhances fire rescue<br />

operations with strategic partnership<br />

Genasys Protect platform provides emergency managers with<br />

a unified operating picture of events and granular control<br />

to deliver the right message to the right people at the right<br />

time. Exhibiting at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong>, Genasys is advancing<br />

emergency response capabilities further through a strategic<br />

collaboration with Tablet Command.<br />

Tablet Command is an emergency<br />

response management solution<br />

for fire service professionals, and<br />

this partnership gives users realtime<br />

access to evacuation zones via<br />

Genasys Protect. By integrating with<br />

Genasys Protect, Tablet Command’s<br />

existing mapping services become<br />

configurable, showing real-time<br />

evacuation zone data such as the<br />

status of zones, the number of<br />

emergency vehicles in the area,<br />

cross streets, and more. As a result,<br />

fire rescue teams gain an accurate,<br />

complete picture of fire incidents<br />

as they unfold and can respond<br />

effectively.<br />

“Tablet Command and Genasys<br />

Protect integration brings everyone<br />

onto the same sheet of music when<br />

clear, timely communication is critical,”<br />

said William Pigeon, CEO and cofounder<br />

of Tablet Command.<br />

Genasys is equally<br />

enthusiastic. “Our<br />

partnership with Tablet<br />

Command brings<br />

together two best-ofbreed<br />

technologies to<br />

improve emergency<br />

response management<br />

and, ultimately, save<br />

lives,” said Charlie<br />

Crocker, Senior Vice President of<br />

SaaS at Genasys. “This functionality<br />

is something our joint customers have<br />

been asking for, and so we are excited<br />

to deliver additional support and<br />

value to help first responders elevate<br />

emergency planning, response and<br />

alerting for their communities.”<br />

Tablet Command integrated with<br />

Genasys Protect gives battalion<br />

chiefs and captains the opportunity to<br />

familiarise themselves with evacuation<br />

zones outside of their jurisdiction<br />

before they get there. Upon arriving<br />

on the scene, they will know whether<br />

a zone is under advisory warning,<br />

or if an evacuation is in place. This<br />

additional level of intelligence is key<br />

in scenarios such as wildfires, where<br />

time is of the essence<br />

HALL 4 / STAND C043<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 13


I EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW I<br />

“Chaque salon est<br />

un lieu d’échange et de présentation<br />

des solutions de sécurité”<br />

Dans une interview exclusive, le préfet Yann Jounot,<br />

PDG de Civipol et président des salons <strong>Milipol</strong>, dépeint l’étendue<br />

et l’impact du salon <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris, c’est plus de 30 000<br />

visiteurs attendus, près de 1100<br />

entreprises exposantes et environ<br />

160 délégations étrangères. Cet<br />

événement business important<br />

s’adresse à des acheteurs, tous les<br />

visiteurs doivent donc s’inscrire pour<br />

rentrer sur le salon. « Tous les salons<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> ont la particularité d’être des<br />

événements d’état, placés sous la<br />

présidence du Ministre de l’Intérieur »,<br />

souligne le préfet. « Gérald Darmanin<br />

viendra donc inaugurer le salon le 14<br />

novembre, en présence du Ministre<br />

de l’Intérieur du Qatar et du Ministre<br />

de l’Intérieur de Singapour, qu’il a<br />

convié pour l’accompagner. »<br />

« <strong>Milipol</strong> est l’occasion de réunir<br />

ce que le monde compte de<br />

meilleur en termes de solutions de<br />

sécurité. C’est un soutien à l’export<br />

pour les entreprises, à qui nous<br />

offrons une plateforme d’échange<br />

pour montrer la pertinence de leurs<br />

solutions.<br />

Mais ce n’est pas seulement un<br />

événement commercial, c’est aussi un<br />

véritable événement d’État », souligne<br />

le préfet. « En plus des entreprises<br />

présentes, nous avons 19 pavillons<br />

d’État, dont pour la première fois des<br />

pavillons singapourien et indien, qui<br />

marquent le renforcement de notre<br />

coopération avec ces pays. »<br />

En tant que Président des salons<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong>, pourquoi est-il important<br />

d’organiser un salon professionnel<br />

dédié à l’industrie de la sécurité<br />

intérieure ?<br />

Depuis plus de 30 ans, les salons<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> sont une référence mondiale<br />

dans le marché de la sécurité. <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

est un réseau international de salons,<br />

le seul à être spécialisé sur la sécurité<br />

intérieure. Le plus connu est <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris, qui existe depuis 1984, mais<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> se décline aujourd’hui en trois<br />

autres salons : <strong>Milipol</strong> Doha depuis<br />

1996, <strong>Milipol</strong> Singapour depuis 2015,<br />

et pour la première fois cette année,<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> India à New Delhi.<br />

« Cela nous permet d’avoir une offre<br />

française de salons professionnels sur<br />

ces quatre grandes zones de marché,<br />

et nous avons prévu de développer<br />

d’autres zones de marché dans<br />

les années qui viennent », confie le<br />

préfet Yann Jounot, PDG de Civipol,<br />

l’opérateur de coopération technique<br />

internationale du ministère de<br />

l’intérieur, qui a le contrôle majoritaire<br />

des salons <strong>Milipol</strong>.<br />

Les salons <strong>Milipol</strong> se focalisent sur le<br />

marché de la sécurité intérieure, qui<br />

est un marché international et très<br />

concurrentiel. « À la différence du<br />

marché de la défense, où les seuls<br />

acheteurs sont les États, le marché<br />

14 MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com


I EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW I<br />

de la sécurité intérieure répond à des<br />

besoins de protection d’acheteurs<br />

multiples : à la fois des États pour<br />

le soin des forces régaliennes de<br />

sécurité, mais aussi les organisations<br />

publiques, la sécurité privée et les<br />

entreprises publiques et privées »,<br />

détaille-t-il.<br />

Le salon <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris a un<br />

rayonnement très international,<br />

puisque 65% des entreprises<br />

accueillies sont étrangères, et pour<br />

cette édition <strong>2023</strong>, c’est même 80%<br />

des nouveaux inscrits qui viennent de<br />

l’étranger. « Avec le développement<br />

de <strong>Milipol</strong> Qatar, Singapour et India,<br />

nous avons désormais un salon tous<br />

les 6 mois. “Chaque salon est un lieu<br />

d’échange et de présentation des<br />

solutions de sécurité », résume le<br />

PDG de Civipol.<br />

Les prochains Jeux Olympiques et<br />

Paralympiques représentent un défi<br />

et une opportunité pour la sécurité<br />

intérieure en France. Pouvezvous<br />

nous dire pourquoi de tels<br />

événements sont si importants pour<br />

le secteur ?<br />

Depuis plusieurs années, le salon<br />

inclut une partie conférence, qui a<br />

pour but de réunir des experts français<br />

et internationaux pour échanger sur<br />

les enjeux de sécurité des États, dans<br />

un contexte de mondialisation qui<br />

nécessite de réfléchir aux sujets de<br />

protection et d’interdépendances.<br />

Dans le contexte de la tenue des<br />

Jeux Olympiques en France en 2024,<br />

le Gouvernement a souhaité que<br />

TOUS LES<br />

SALONS MILIPOL<br />

ONT LA<br />

PARTICULARITÉ<br />

D’ÊTRE DES<br />

ÉVÉNEMENTS<br />

D’ÉTAT, PLACÉS<br />

SOUS LA<br />

PRÉSIDENCE DU<br />

MINISTRE DE<br />

L’INTÉRIEUR<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> axe ses conférences autour<br />

de cette thématique. « La capacité<br />

de la France à accueillir en sécurité<br />

ce très grand événement est une<br />

condition de son succès », souligne<br />

le préfet Yann Jounot. « Le cycle de<br />

conférences s’ouvrira le mardi 14<br />

novembre <strong>2023</strong> avec la présence<br />

de la Ministre des sports et des<br />

jeux Olympiques et Paralympiques<br />

Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, qui ouvrira la<br />

conférence inaugurale. Nous avons<br />

ensuite un programme d’intervenants<br />

qui échangeront sur la préparation<br />

et la réponse aux défis portés par<br />

l’accueil des Jeux Olympiques, mais<br />

aussi comment les Jeux vont-ils<br />

être un levier de transformation sur<br />

les organisations, les évolutions<br />

technologiques et le cadre juridique<br />

de leur emploi. Un tel événement<br />

pose des questions de gestion<br />

des flux, car indépendamment des<br />

risques d’attaques, avoir autant de<br />

gens au même endroit pose des<br />

défis logistiques, de transport et de<br />

sécurité. Nous aurons notamment<br />

des interventions de Michel Cadot,<br />

le délégué interministériel des Jeux<br />

Olympiques, qui est responsable<br />

de l’ensemble de la préparation<br />

interministérielle, et du préfet<br />

Stéphane Bouillon, qui est le<br />

Secrétaire général de la défense et de<br />

la sécurité nationale. »<br />

Quelles sont les principales<br />

innovations actuelles dans le<br />

secteur de la sécurité intérieure et<br />

comment ont-elles été intégrées à<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong> ?<br />

La partie exposition du salon<br />

accueille des entreprises de tailles<br />

et d’ancienneté très variées, avec<br />

un certain nombre de start-up très<br />

récentes. « On y retrouve des solutions<br />

très innovantes, car les technologies<br />

de sécurité évoluent rapidement,<br />

notamment sur les enjeux liés au<br />

cyber, à l’intervention des forces, ou<br />

encore à l’intelligence artificielle »,<br />

explique-t-il. « Nous ne sommes pas<br />

dans des coupures technologiques<br />

mais dans un continuum. L’intelligence<br />

artificielle, on en parle beaucoup<br />

aujourd’hui, mais c’était déjà présent<br />

il y a deux ou quatre ans. Ce sont de<br />

nouvelles applications ou systèmes<br />

qui sont développés. » Beaucoup<br />

d’entreprises présentes sont issues<br />

du monde de la défense, avec une<br />

branche dédiée à la sécurité. « Nous<br />

avons un socle extrêmement large<br />

de solutions de sécurité, qui inclut<br />

très peu d’armement : moins de 10%.<br />

La majorité des technologies sont<br />

destinées à protéger les systèmes<br />

d’information »<br />

Aujourd’hui à 14h30,<br />

retrouvez Yann Jounot lors<br />

de l’ouverture du cycle des<br />

conférences. Cette année,<br />

les débats seront centrés<br />

autour de la sécurité des<br />

Jeux Olympiques de Paris<br />

2024.<br />

©<strong>Milipol</strong> Network / Anne Emmanuelle Thion<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 15


I SPECIAL FEATURE I OPTICS I<br />

FUJIFILM unveils its<br />

long-range camera<br />

system<br />

Visitors to <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris can discover FUJIFILM’s<br />

FUJINON SX1600 camera system for long-range<br />

surveillance beyond 3 kilometres.<br />

This device is equipped with<br />

a 40x-zoom FUJINON lens,<br />

covering a focal length range<br />

from the wide-angle 40mm<br />

to the 1600mm telephoto.<br />

The SX1600 includes a newly<br />

developed image stabilisation<br />

system and fast, precise<br />

autofocus, allowing users to<br />

capture distant subjects with<br />

clarity and instantaneity.<br />

This camera makes it possible<br />

to capture details such as<br />

a car’s licence plate from a<br />

distance of approximately<br />

1.6 kilometres or even<br />

observe a person standing at<br />

approximately 3.5 kilometres<br />

away.<br />

The FUJINON SX1600 camera<br />

system finds applications in<br />

various scenarios, including<br />

surveillance of international<br />

borders, forests, and largescale<br />

public facilities such<br />

as airports, ports, and<br />

highways. It is also ideal for the<br />

remote inspection of critical<br />

infrastructure such as wind<br />

turbines and transmission<br />

cables.<br />

Visitors to <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

<strong>2023</strong> will also have the<br />

opportunity to discover<br />

FUJIFILM’s premium line of<br />

binoculars. These binoculars<br />

deliver a vivid, sharp, and<br />

stabilised view, making them<br />

an ideal choice for outdoor<br />

observations while in motion.<br />

FUJINON binoculars can be<br />

used in combination with the<br />

SX1600 camera system for<br />

enhanced performance<br />

HALL 4 / STAND F055<br />

Virtuose: A game-changing<br />

monocular at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong><br />

Exhibiting at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris this year, ELYNXO is presenting one of<br />

its latest innovations: Virtuose. Virtuose is an ultra-lightweight<br />

multifunction monocular designed to provide a distinctive combination<br />

of thermal and optical capabilities in a single compact form.<br />

Weighing in at a mere 850 grams, Virtuose<br />

is engineered for combat scenarios and<br />

designed with ergonomic considerations<br />

to ensure user comfort and durability. Its<br />

diminutive dimensions measuring just<br />

14.3cm in length, 14.9cm in width, and 5cm<br />

in height make it highly portable, fitting<br />

conveniently in a pocket or bag.<br />

At its core, Virtuose features the Lynred<br />

640x480 thermal imaging sensor, boasting<br />

a NETD of


I SPECIAL FEATURE I CYBER SECURITY I<br />

GETAC’s S410 laptop offers<br />

enhanced data protection<br />

Getac is unveiling its new laptop<br />

the S410 at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris this<br />

year. The S410 is equipped with<br />

the latest 13th-generation Intel<br />

CoreTM i5/i7 processors, offering<br />

robust processing power while<br />

guaranteeing data security. Multifactor<br />

authentication options,<br />

including Windows Hello webcam,<br />

HF RFID reader, smart card reader<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Latest 13 th -<br />

generation Intel<br />

CoreTM i5/i7<br />

processors<br />

• Multifactor<br />

authentication<br />

• Robust<br />

connectivity<br />

anywhere<br />

and fingerprint reader, further<br />

enhance data protection. The S410<br />

is equipped as standard with Wi-Fi<br />

6E and Bluetooth 5.3, and offers the<br />

option of 4G LTE and/or 5G Sub-6<br />

with integrated GPS, enabling users<br />

to stay connected at all times<br />

HALL 4 / STAND D035<br />

Eviden’s case management<br />

platform ensures efficient<br />

investigations<br />

This year, visitors to <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

can discover the new investigation<br />

platform from Eviden. Eviden’s<br />

Investigation Management<br />

platform is designed to streamline<br />

and enhance the investigative<br />

processes. It effectively digitises<br />

various aspects of policing, from<br />

managing evidence to organising<br />

critical documents. Based on<br />

the Kaseware Investigation<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Extensive configurability<br />

and modularity<br />

• User-friendly multilanguage<br />

interface<br />

• High security for the<br />

protection of investigative<br />

data<br />

Management system, Eviden’s<br />

platform stands out with its<br />

analytical tools, enabling users<br />

to gain insights and create userfriendly<br />

graphs and reports. These<br />

capabilities can play a pivotal role<br />

in dissecting intricate scenarios<br />

and uncovering connections<br />

among disparate data elements<br />

HALL 5A / STAND K143<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

Magnet GRAYKEY Fastrak:<br />

Transforming mobile data<br />

extraction<br />

This year at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris, Magnet<br />

Forensics is introducing Magnet<br />

GRAYKEY Fastrak, a simple, fast, and<br />

efficient solution for forensic experts<br />

for extracting data from multiple<br />

mobile devices simultaneously,<br />

scaling up the capabilities of existing<br />

GRAYKEY.<br />

In an age where mobile data<br />

plays a pivotal role in criminal<br />

investigations, GRAYKEY Fastrak<br />

presents a straightforward, rapid,<br />

and efficient approach to extracting<br />

data from multiple mobile devices<br />

simultaneously. The technology<br />

empowers investigators to expand<br />

their mobile data collection<br />

capabilities, speeding up their<br />

capacity to uncover evidence.<br />

GRAYKEY Fastrak streamlines the<br />

process, reducing extraction time,<br />

simplifying hardware requirements,<br />

and moving the extraction process<br />

off of the GRAYKEY thus freeing it up<br />

to gain access to additional devices<br />

HALL 5A / STAND M142<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Reduced data<br />

extraction time<br />

• Simplified<br />

hardware<br />

requirements<br />

• Enables optimised<br />

use of GRAYKEY<br />

Searchlight<br />

Cyber<br />

enhances<br />

DarkIQ<br />

Searchlight Cyber, present at <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris this year, unveils upgrades<br />

to its unique Dark Web Traffic<br />

Monitoring feature in its dark web<br />

monitoring solution, DarkIQ. These<br />

enhancements equip cybersecurity<br />

professionals with deeper insights<br />

into dark web network<br />

activity and help detect<br />

potential malicious<br />

actions in order to<br />

alert organisations to<br />

cyberattacks. DarkIQ’s<br />

capability to provide live<br />

and historical data on<br />

connections between<br />

an organisation’s<br />

infrastructure and the<br />

dark web network The Onion Router<br />

(Tor) offers an early warning system<br />

for potential cyber threats. The<br />

enhancements include enhanced<br />

granularity, new visualisations, and<br />

traffic splitting capabilities, improving<br />

threat detection and response<br />

HALL 4 / STAND A018<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Enhanced threat detection<br />

• Advanced visualisation<br />

• Traffic segmentation of data<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 17


I SPECIAL FEATURE I TEXTILES I<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

Direct Action high-end tactical gear<br />

on display at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong><br />

Visitors to <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris can discover Direct Action’s<br />

customisable tactical equipment and apparel in detail on the<br />

company’s stand with exclusive presentations and access to<br />

on-site experts.<br />

Direct Action was established to<br />

leverage the expertise of its designers,<br />

well-versed in the nuances of modern<br />

military operations, aimed at crafting<br />

highly advanced combat systems for<br />

the market. Although the company’s<br />

understanding of the specialised<br />

requirements of elite special forces is<br />

notable, this is not the only advantage.<br />

It also prides itself on transferring this<br />

experience to the technologically<br />

advanced production process,<br />

enabling continuous improvement.<br />

The manufacturing process at Direct<br />

Action is characterised by thorough<br />

attention to detail and strict quality<br />

control, leaving no margin for error<br />

and ensuring that all aspects of<br />

production are deliberate and<br />

calculated.<br />

The firm is dedicated to offering<br />

gear that can be customised to meet<br />

the varying operational demands<br />

of end users. This is encapsulated<br />

in its “Individual-as-a-system”<br />

approach, allowing for the assembly<br />

of mission-specific equipment. The<br />

company’s progression is informed<br />

by user feedback and the discerning<br />

knowledge of its specialists.<br />

Most of Direct Action’s products<br />

are proudly manufactured in<br />

Poland, using high-quality, genuine<br />

fabrics and hardware, incorporating<br />

advanced proprietary laminates,<br />

and featuring patented designs.<br />

Direct Action’s straightforward and<br />

emphatic motto, #GoLoud, reflects its<br />

commitment to its product ethos<br />

HALL 5A / STAND K105<br />

18 MILIPOL DAILY • TUES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com

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