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Following its highly promising launch in early March 2017, preparations are already in full swing for the second U.T.SEC – Unmanned Technologies & Security – Expo & Conference.
From March 7 to 8, 2018, experts in drones and unmanned systems will once again meet at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany, to learn and talk about the latest developments regarding the use of these technologies, and how to defend against them.
The Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs and Media, Energy, and Technology, represented by under-secretary Franz Josef Pschierer, will once again assume patronage for the event.
U.T.SEC, held annually at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, is the world’s first exhibition to focus on security using unmanned technologies and protection against them. The focus is on both technical and legal aspects relating to the use of, and protection against, drones and other unmanned vehicles in public places, in industry, and in security-related fields.
The accompanying conference offers an ideal opportunity for security heads in industrial firms, authorities, and civilian facilities to network, take their knowledge to a new level, and discuss security in the context of unmanned systems.
The range of products and services covered by U.T.SEC includes unmanned systems, communications, data transmission, positioning, perimeter protection, electronic fencing, optics, optronics, lighting, training, service, resources, technical systems for crisis management, analytical equipment, UAV defence, and all kinds of accessories and technical information.
U.T.SEC is held in parallel with EnforceTac, the international trade fair for command, control, and operational equipment used by security agencies, where a further 200 exhibitors and 3,800 trade visitors are once again expected.