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U.T.SEC 2017

U.T.SEC 2017 - 02/03/2017

Where: Nuremberg, Germany
Organisers: NurnbergMesse GmbH
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Web: www.utsec.de/en

U.T.SEC 2017 - 02/03/2017

As the first worldwide platform to do so, U.T.SEC will be presenting in its entirety the future theme of unmanned technologies with the focus on security. The focal point is the technical and legal possibilities of increasing security. This also entails protection against unwanted entry by unmanned vehicles in civil, industrial and state areas.

The monitoring and control of transport, infrastructures or industrial facilities and the energy industry along with the application of these technologies by police, fire brigade, disaster protection and other emergency services form the focal point of U.T.SEC. However, at the same time, with the growing number of possible applications, new questions surrounding the issues of factory and company safety are also arising as well as no-fly zones and flight-restricted zones for example for airports, football stadia or industrial and state facilities and institutions. The U.T.SEC Expo and Conference in Nuremberg will be taking a look at these aspects from a 360-degree perspective and presenting solutions.

At U.T.SEC, purposeful, specialist lectures and presentations at the conference, a broad range of products presented by the exhibiting companies along with impressive demonstrations of unmanned vehicles will all complement each other.

Benefit from the national as well as international exchange between colleagues, users, developers and opinion leaders.

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