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<strong>DAY</strong> 4<br />

FRI<strong>DAY</strong> 17 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong><br />

HALL 5<br />

STAND H042<br />

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

UNLOCKING<br />

THE FUTURE OF SECURITY<br />

HARNESSING THE POWER<br />

OF GLOBAL NETWORKS<br />

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW<br />

MANISH<br />

KHANDELWA<br />

DIRECTOR, MKU<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE:<br />

WEAPONS / AMMUNITION<br />

COLT CANADA’S C20:<br />

RELIABLE HIGH<br />

PRECISION<br />

SNIPING<br />

#05<br />

#06


I NEWS I<br />

Welcome to the final day of<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong>. As the show<br />

draws to a close, the energy and<br />

business opportunities continue<br />

in full swing. The concluding<br />

conference sessions provide<br />

a last chance for impactful<br />

networking and forging new<br />

partnerships, and we encourage<br />

you all to take full advantage of<br />

this.<br />

Our central theme for today,<br />

“The Olympic Games as<br />

Vectors of Transformation and<br />

Legacy,” promises a thorough<br />

exploration of the lasting impact<br />

of the Games on homeland<br />

security. We’ll explore how<br />

these international events have<br />

transformed the presence and<br />

modes of action of various<br />

security players, including<br />

homeland security forces,<br />

private entities and international<br />

partnerships. The session will<br />

also examine the technologies<br />

likely to endure and their<br />

purposes, and the everyday<br />

Morning Briefing<br />

by Laurence Gaborieau,<br />

Directrice du salon IFTM Top Resa<br />

Director IFTM Top Resa<br />

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

Safeguarding success,<br />

securing the future<br />

life transformations linked to<br />

homeland security.<br />

As we wrap up, we also look<br />

forward to the next events in<br />

the <strong>Milipol</strong> network. Mark your<br />

calendars for <strong>Milipol</strong> Asia-<br />

Pacific, happening from 3-5<br />

April 2024 in Singapore​, a key<br />

event for addressing regional<br />

challenges with global solutions.<br />

You also won’t want to miss<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Qatar, scheduled for 29-<br />

31 October 2024 in Doha​. This<br />

biennial event is a significant<br />

meeting point for professionals<br />

in the Middle East, offering a<br />

unique platform for East-West<br />

dialogue and partnerships.<br />

Looking further ahead, <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

India will take place from 8-10<br />

April 2025, tapping into the<br />

security potential of the Indo-<br />

Pacific region​.<br />

Finally, a reminder that <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris is not just a biennial event<br />

but a year-round mission to<br />

accompany the industry with<br />

news and updates, providing<br />

ongoing insight into the field of<br />

security and defence.<br />

We extend our heartfelt<br />

gratitude to all our exhibitors,<br />

visitors, and official speakers<br />

who have made <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

<strong>2023</strong> an extraordinary success.<br />

Your presence, expertise<br />

and enthusiasm have truly<br />

enriched the show this year,<br />

fostering an environment of<br />

collaboration and innovation.<br />

Together, we have explored<br />

the latest advancements in<br />

security and defence, forged<br />

valuable connections, and laid<br />

the foundation for a brighter<br />

and safer future. Thank you for<br />

being an integral part of this<br />

remarkable journey<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 />

TO<strong>DAY</strong><br />

The Olympic Games as vectors<br />

of transformation and legacy<br />

How will the Games have lastingly transformed the presence<br />

and modes of action (anticipation, planning, intervention) of<br />

players contributing to homeland security (homeland security<br />

forces, private players, partnerships developed internationally,<br />

etc.)? Which technologies are likely to endure, and for what<br />

purposes? What transformations in everyday life (transport,<br />

economy, etc.) are linked to homeland security?<br />

10:00 - 10:30 KEYNOTE<br />

Christophe DELAYE, Security Advisor, Interministerial<br />

Delegation for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (DIJOP)<br />

10:30 - 12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION<br />

Elie PATRIGEON, General Manager, French Paralympic and<br />

Sports Committee (CPSF)<br />

Aldric LUDESCHER, Chief Security Officier, International<br />

Olympic Committee<br />

Ysens de FRANCE, Doctor of Law, Artificial Intelligence Project<br />

Manager, Gendarmerie Nationale General Directorate<br />

Jean-André LASSERRE, Director of Interlud Programme<br />

(Innovations Territoriales et Logistiques Urbaines Durables)<br />

Edward ARKWRIGHT, Deputy CEO, Groupe ADP<br />

Anne ARCHAMBAULT, Post Lumière and Relocation Project<br />

Manager, Department of Performance Assessment, Purchasing,<br />

Finance and Real Estate (DEPAFI)<br />

Chairman: Guillaume FARDE, Affiliate Professor at the School<br />

of Public Affairs, Sciences Po Paris<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 />

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

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

Advancing homeland security:<br />

a spotlight on award-winning<br />

technologies<br />

On 14 th November, the esteemed <strong>Milipol</strong> Innovation Awards<br />

recognised groundbreaking advancements in homeland<br />

security, emphasising a blend of technological prowess and<br />

social responsibility. From cybersecurity enhancements<br />

to sustainable practices, this year’s winners exemplify the<br />

forefront of industry innovation.<br />

This year’s awards saw Dust Mobile<br />

taking the lead in Cybersecurity for<br />

their robust cellular transmission<br />

protection. For Major Events<br />

Security, Shark Robotics’ Shark<br />

Spike emerged as a swift solution for<br />

vehicle immobilisation in critical law<br />

enforcement scenarios. In the field of<br />

First Responder Protection, Semper<br />

Invicta’s slash-resistant clothing line<br />

marked a significant advancement,<br />

offering discreet yet effective<br />

protection.<br />

Sky-Hero’s Unified Indoor Tactical<br />

Recon Robotic System set a new<br />

standard in Drone and Anti-Drone<br />

Systems, enhancing the safety and<br />

effectiveness of special forces in<br />

challenging environments. Phonexia’s<br />

innovative voicebot technology in<br />

Crisis Management demonstrated<br />

the pivotal role of AI in managing<br />

emergency communication during<br />

high-demand periods.<br />

CSR category honours went to<br />

Rostaing for their proactive approach<br />

in calculating the environmental<br />

footprint of their products,<br />

emphasising the need for sustainable<br />

practices. Additionally, Ultraops<br />

received a special mention for their<br />

commendable efforts in supporting<br />

wounded defense personnel through<br />

adventure and resilience-building<br />

activities.<br />

These winners collectively represent a<br />

leap forward in their respective fields,<br />

balancing technological innovation<br />

with social and environmental<br />

responsibility. The <strong>Milipol</strong> Innovation<br />

Awards <strong>2023</strong> not only recognise<br />

technological achievements, but<br />

also reflect a growing emphasis on<br />

ethical and sustainable practices in<br />

the security industry<br />

INNOVATIVE SECURITY<br />

SOLUTIONS SHINE<br />

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

The <strong>Milipol</strong> Innovation Awards <strong>2023</strong> celebrated<br />

groundbreaking products in the security industry. Here’s a<br />

closer look at the winners:<br />

CRISIS MANAGEMENT<br />

Phonexia’s voicebot supports<br />

emergency line operators during<br />

peak periods. Developed by a<br />

38-member team, it is designed to<br />

handle calls effectively, especially<br />

in natural disasters like floods and<br />

tornadoes​.<br />

HALL 4 / STAND B032<br />

CYBERSECURITY<br />

Dust Mobile enhances cellular<br />

transmission security, safeguarding<br />

against mobile network threats and<br />

improving service resilience and<br />

coverage​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND K192<br />

DRONE & ANTI-DRONE<br />

SYSTEMS, ROBOTICS<br />

Sky-Hero’s Unified Indoor Tactical<br />

Recon Robotic System provides<br />

advanced reconnaissance<br />

capabilities in GPS-denied indoor<br />

environments and hostile territories​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND L014<br />

INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT<br />

/ FIRST RESPONDER<br />

PROTECTION<br />

Semper Invicta’s slash-resistant<br />

clothing range, including jumpers,<br />

undershirts and neckerchiefs, offers<br />

invisible, lightweight protection for<br />

various users like police, private<br />

security and civilians​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND D191<br />

LARGE EVENTS<br />

SECURITY MANAGEMENT<br />

Shark Robotics’ Shark Spike is a<br />

remotely controlled spiked barrier,<br />

effectively disabling vehicles for<br />

law enforcement purposes during<br />

high-speed chases or at security<br />

checkpoints​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C164<br />

CSR<br />

Rostaing’s initiative to calculate<br />

the environmental footprint of its<br />

products marks a significant step<br />

towards combating climate change<br />

and reducing greenhouse gas<br />

emissions​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND D148<br />

SPECIAL MENTION<br />

IN CSR<br />

Ultraops focuses on rehabilitating<br />

wounded defence personnel<br />

through adventure and sports<br />

challenges, fostering resilience and<br />

recovery​.<br />

HALL 5A / STAND VD010<br />

Photos: © <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris <strong>2023</strong> / Anne-Emmanuelle Thion<br />

4 MILIPOL DAILY • FRI<strong>DAY</strong> 17 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com


I EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW I<br />

Manish<br />

Khandelwa<br />

Director, MKU<br />

“This is a major breakthrough”<br />

According to MKU, the Kavro Doma 360 offers unprecedented<br />

protection against rifle firepower<br />

MKU, a leading defence and homeland security company with<br />

a customer base in over 100 countries, has been coming to<br />

<strong>Milipol</strong> Paris 20 years. This year MKU is taking advantage of the<br />

industry’s top event to unveil its new rifle-rated ballistic helmet,<br />

the Kavro Doma 360. We spoke with Director Manish Khandelwal<br />

in an exclusive interview about the company’s latest exciting<br />

innovation and its ongoing commitment to <strong>Milipol</strong>, not just in<br />

Paris, but around the world.<br />

Why is <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris a strategic event<br />

for MKU and how does it help the<br />

company reach the European market?<br />

Millipol Paris has always been a major<br />

show for us, THE European show in fact.<br />

We have been exhibiting at <strong>Milipol</strong> Paris<br />

since 2003, so we have been coming<br />

here for 20 years. It’s a great event<br />

because a lot of homeland security<br />

forces are here, so we get a chance to<br />

meet them, especially the end users,<br />

and understand their requirements, and<br />

of course meet our European customers<br />

and channel partners.<br />

What is the main new product you are<br />

presenting at this year’s event?<br />

We are launching our Kavro Doma<br />

360 rifle helmet, a helmet that can<br />

protect against the firepower of rifles,<br />

especially the AK-47, MSC, M80 NATO<br />

BALL, and M193 rifle bullets. This is<br />

major breakthrough because all of the<br />

available helmets in the world up until<br />

now were good only for hand-gun<br />

ammunition.<br />

OUR HELMET<br />

IS MONOLITHIC,<br />

PROVIDING<br />

UNIFORM<br />

PROTECTION<br />

ACROSS THE<br />

HEAD, MAKING IT<br />

THE WORLD’S<br />

FIRST TRUE RIFLE<br />

HELMET.<br />

The new helmet provides 360 degree<br />

comprehensive ballistic protection and<br />

unlike other helmets on the market, the<br />

Kavro Doma 360 is bolt-free and has<br />

no metal parts because when a helmet<br />

is bolted, the risk of the bolt penetrating<br />

the skull on impact is higher. Our<br />

helmet is monolithic, providing uniform<br />

protection across the head, making it<br />

the world’s first true rifle helmet.<br />

It is also very lightweight with the<br />

helmet range starting from 1.45 kg. In<br />

addition, the Kavro Doma 360 provides<br />

“back face signature trauma” of less<br />

than 20 mm. This means that the helmet<br />

absorbs impact, substantially reducing<br />

the risk of injury due to resulting trauma<br />

to the wearer’s head.<br />

The Kavro Doma 360 helmet is also<br />

precision-engineered to provide<br />

additional protection from not just<br />

straight impacts, but also rotational/<br />

angular impacts which are known to<br />

cause concussions or brain injuries.<br />

How have visitors reacted to your<br />

stand and the new product you are<br />

presenting this year?<br />

It’s been an amazing show. We’ve had<br />

a lot of visits both from people we<br />

already knew and new ones. Most of<br />

them knew we were launching a new<br />

product and they really were amazed to<br />

see the new rifle helmet. The reactions<br />

have been very positive and I think<br />

people see the product as genuinely<br />

different. They feel like it fills the gap in<br />

the market<br />

MILIPOL IN<br />

PARIS AND<br />

BEYOND<br />

MKU is commited to <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

Paris, having exhibited here<br />

since 2003. But the firm<br />

has not limited its <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

exposure to Paris and has<br />

also had stands at <strong>Milipol</strong><br />

India and <strong>Milipol</strong> Quatar.<br />

“When <strong>Milipol</strong> announced<br />

that it was coming to India, in<br />

keeping with our association<br />

with Millipol for so many<br />

years we decided to attend.<br />

We believe that <strong>Milipol</strong> is<br />

very focused on homeland<br />

security and very much<br />

understands it,” explained<br />

MKU Director Manish<br />

Khandelwal. He outlined<br />

that while there are other<br />

defence shows, the highlight<br />

of the <strong>Milipol</strong> Network is their<br />

grasp on homeland security.<br />

“And that’s why when the<br />

announcement was made<br />

here... In fact, we have been<br />

also exhibiting at Millipol<br />

Qatar. We believe in <strong>Milipol</strong>,<br />

that’s why we are a sponsor”<br />

HALL 5A / STAND H025<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • FRI<strong>DAY</strong> 17 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 5


I SPECIAL FEATURE I WEAPONS / AMMUNITION I<br />

Colt Canada’s C20:<br />

Reliable high precision<br />

sniping<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Engineered for nonlethal<br />

defence<br />

Colt Canada’s C20, a 7.62 NATO Semi-<br />

Automatic Sniper Weapon, is expertly<br />

crafted to meet the Canadian Armed<br />

Forces’ needs for an Intermediate<br />

Sniper Weapon. Integral to the CAF<br />

small arms fleet, it demonstrates<br />

precision, averaging 0.66 MOA in<br />

rigorous testing. The C20 features<br />

an imposing M-LOK upper receiver,<br />

a free-floating cold hammerforged<br />

barrel, and a continuous top<br />

NATO rail, conforming to NATO<br />

D14 standards. The C20 performs<br />

reliably through 8,000 rounds.<br />

Designed, manufactured, and tested<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• 7.62 NATO Caliber<br />

• Exceptional precision<br />

• Proven performance<br />

with 8,000 rounds fired<br />

without stoppages<br />

in Canada, the C20 ensures smooth<br />

fleet integration with complete parts<br />

interchangeability<br />

HALL 5A / STAND M022<br />

• Ergonomic rubber<br />

pistol-grip handle<br />

GC5.1:<br />

SAPL’s answer to modern<br />

policing challenges<br />

Celebrating over four decades of<br />

expertise in non-lethal weaponry,<br />

SAPL is introducing the GC5.1 pump<br />

shotgun, a innovative addition to the<br />

Gomm-Cogne series. This compact,<br />

lightweight, and robust shotgun<br />

features an ergonomic pistol-grip<br />

handle, ensuring ease of use and<br />

effectiveness. With a 5+1 shot<br />

capacity and smooth pump-action,<br />

• Precision and range<br />

it offers rapid response capabilities,<br />

essential for urban security. The<br />

GC5.1’s precision, up to 10 metres,<br />

and compatibility with various<br />

accessories, make it adapted for law<br />

enforcement, balancing non-lethality<br />

with the necessary force<br />

HALL 5A / STAND K183<br />

Estunglove:<br />

A new tool for non-lethal<br />

law enforcement<br />

SAR 56: A precise rifle for<br />

diverse field conditions<br />

Nexstun is introducing Estunglove, a<br />

groundbreaking innovation in nonlethal<br />

defense technology. Designed<br />

specifically for law enforcement and<br />

security personnel, Estunglove is an<br />

electric impulse glove. It offers dual<br />

operational modes – contact and<br />

deterrent – providing officers with<br />

versatile and effective control options<br />

in complex situations. This non-lethal<br />

tool allows for safer, more controlled<br />

interventions and represents a<br />

significant step forward in equipping<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Innovative nonlethal<br />

technology<br />

• Dual operational<br />

modes<br />

• Ease of use<br />

law enforcement professionals<br />

with advanced, humane tools for<br />

maintaining order and safety<br />

HALL 5A / STAND N198<br />

The SAR 56 infantry rifle is an<br />

innovative rifle meticulously<br />

crafted by Sarsılmaz, incorporating<br />

feedback from experts in the<br />

homeland security and safety sector.<br />

Engineered with a 5.56x45mm<br />

caliber, this rifle boasts a versatile<br />

design tailored to excel in diverse<br />

field conditions. Its five-position,<br />

cheek-supported stock, detachable<br />

handguard, and angled hand grip<br />

ensure adaptability, while the short<br />

stroke gas piston drive system<br />

delivers powerful performance. The<br />

SAR 56 offers flexibility with three<br />

barrel length options (7.5”, 11”, and<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Expert-driven design<br />

• High-performance<br />

drive system<br />

• Crafted for precision<br />

14.5”), making it the ideal choice for<br />

various missions ranging from close<br />

quarters to long-range scenarios<br />

HALL 5A / STAND M046<br />

6 MILIPOL DAILY • FRI<strong>DAY</strong> 17 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> news.milipol.com


I REGION I ASIA I<br />

A versatile firefighting<br />

vessel designed for speed<br />

and safety<br />

ST Engineering’s 50-metre Heavy<br />

Fighting Vessel is a powerful,<br />

firefighting, multipurpose 50-metrelong<br />

vessel designed and constructed<br />

by the company. The vessel boasts<br />

twelve water and foam monitors<br />

capable of reaching 200 metres<br />

and harnesses seawater for on-land<br />

firefighting, functioning as a versatile<br />

near-shore fire hydrant. It also uses<br />

dynamic positioning technology,<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Multipurpose<br />

design<br />

• Extended reach<br />

• Can accommodate<br />

up to 150 evacuees<br />

ensuring automatic orientation<br />

without manual oversight. With a top<br />

speed of 20 knots, its hull is designed<br />

for speed. Equipped with a robust<br />

protective system against chemical,<br />

biological, and radiation threats, the<br />

vessel can accommodate up to 150<br />

evacuees, guaranteeing both speed<br />

and safety in critical operations<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C179<br />

Virtual multi-agency<br />

collaboration with NCS’<br />

immersive mission room<br />

NCS is introducing an immersive<br />

virtual mission room designed to<br />

allow multiple agencies to collaborate<br />

on operations and investigations.<br />

The virtual room integrates with<br />

live video from drones and CCTV<br />

feeds, mapping data from geospatial<br />

information systems, intelligent data<br />

hubs, news feeds and social media<br />

feeds to create an overall view of the<br />

situation on the ground. Stakeholders<br />

can “teleport” themselves into the<br />

room to conduct their own breakout<br />

discussions. An immersive sandbox<br />

provides incident commanders with<br />

an immersive view of the area while<br />

intelligent recommendations provide<br />

real-time awareness of the situation<br />

without interrupting critical tasks<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C179<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Allows operations to be<br />

conducted from anywhere,<br />

anytime<br />

• Aggregates all data within<br />

a single location for faster<br />

decision making<br />

• Equipped with intelligent<br />

recommendations to allow<br />

incident commanders to<br />

focus on critical tasks<br />

Singtel QSN: Redefining<br />

cybersecurity in the<br />

quantum era<br />

Harnessing the power of quantum<br />

key distribution and post-quantum<br />

cryptography, Singtel Quantum-<br />

Safe Network (QSN) ensures a<br />

high level of network security.<br />

Protecting against potential threats<br />

from quantum computers that can<br />

compromise traditional encryption,<br />

this innovative solution empowers<br />

enterprises to safeguard their<br />

communications. Singtel’s QSN<br />

extends quantum-safe security<br />

to diverse applications, including<br />

identity, mobility, and authentication<br />

services, providing a comprehensive<br />

and forward-looking approach to<br />

cybersecurity in the era of quantum<br />

advancements<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C179<br />

HTX Singapore’s<br />

next-gen clearance<br />

concept<br />

Home Team Science and Technology<br />

Agency (HTX) from Singapore<br />

re-imagines biometric clearance<br />

capabilities for homeland security<br />

with its next-generation clearance<br />

concept. By replicating human<br />

guidance and supervision through<br />

AI, HTX aims to transform the current<br />

centralised and man-in-the-loop<br />

biometrics enrolment process into<br />

a decentralised and unmanned<br />

service. In addition, HTX’s on the<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Post-quantum<br />

cryptography<br />

• Advanced network<br />

security<br />

• Securing<br />

communications<br />

move multi-modal biometrics<br />

clearance concept eliminates the<br />

need to stand still during biometric<br />

clearance<br />

HALL 5A / STAND C179<br />

KEY SELLING POINTS<br />

• Decentralised and<br />

unmanned, reducing<br />

the need for<br />

manpower<br />

• Replicates human<br />

guidance with AI<br />

• Provides a seamless<br />

enrolment process<br />

MILIPOL DAILY • FRI<strong>DAY</strong> 17 NOVEMBER <strong>2023</strong> 7

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