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Port Security Technology 2017

Port Security Technology 2017 - 19/06/2017

Where: Holiday Inn Kensignton Forum, London, UK
Organisers: SMi Group Ltd

Port Security Technology 2017 - 19/06/2017

As 90% of trade move through major ports and sea lanes each year, sea ports remain the most viable access point for international trade. Hence, ensuring safety and security for individual ports are crucial to sustain the economic bloodline. Following this, Port Security Technology is a conference that you cannot afford to miss. The 2017 show will bring together major sea port security operators alongside world leading solution providers to find the right solutions to the most important security challenges faced at major container ports.

The 2-day programme will provide a complete focus on security technology and its importance to the preservation of life and property in ports and at sea as well as enable you to explore the most important topics to date such as cyber resilience, security automation and counter-terrorism.

Notable presenters include BIMCO, Belfast Harbour Police, City University London, International Maritime Organisation, London Gateway, Malta Transport Authority , Marine Risk Management, MAROPS, Metropolitan Police Service, Milford Haven Port Authority, Port Authority of Vigo, Port Of Long Beach, Port of Rotterdam, Port of Santos - Santos Brasil, Salamanca Group, Transport for London, University Of Warwick.

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