Almost a decade has passed since we’ve embarked on a new era in homeland security. In October 2010, the brightest of minds in the industry will gather under one roof to share the knowledge, technologies and foresights for a more secure future of today’s front line – the airports we travel through, the malls we visit, the transportation we use, and the streets we walk daily.
Initiated by The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute and The Israel Airports Authority in Cooperation with the Ministry of Industry Trade & Labor and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, would like to invite you to attend the first biennial Homeland Security Convention will be held this year from October 31st to November 3rd, 2010 in Tel Aviv.
Over 500 representatives from around the globe will join forces with Israeli companies representing the brightest and most innovative technologies in homeland security. Highest ranked experts in the field, as well as decision makers, high profile municipal and state leaders from around the world will present new methodologies, trends, challenges, and opportunities in the industry – together we’ll make today’s front line as secure as possible.
The convention’s format will focus this year on “Safe Cities” and “Airport Security” and will include keynote speakers, experts, panel discussions, exhibition, One-on-One meetings, tours of industrial facilities, and presentations of ground breaking technologies all specifically geared to generate dialogue and devise a cohesive plan for the future. In addition, participants will be able to witness first hand security exercises onsite at Israel’s Ben-Gurion Airport.
Conference main Topics for 2010
Aviation / Airport security
Urban security- Safe City Project
Taking place at a critical time of global homeland security, it is our goal to ensure the protection of international civilians with the knowledge of today and the technologies of tomorrow.
As endorsed by the Australian Security Magazine.
Register today at www.israelhls.com
Run independently of the conference, we would also like to inform you of a delegation to Israel that is being co-organized by the Israel Trade Commission and the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce. The delegation will focus around HLS and Innovation and will visit the above mentioned conference, as well as a full itinerary and individual meetings with relevant Israeli companies. For more details on this delegation, please click here.
For more details on this event, please contact Richard Vesely at the Israel Trade Commission on (02) 9388 0382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.