The French Pavilion at Counter Terror Expo, at the Olympia exhibition centre, in London, will offer a unique environment in which professionals, manufacturers and distributors of counter-terrorism products and technologies will be able to discover cutting-edge solutions in the sector and find potential business partners. The trade show is taking place from 25 to 26 April of this year.
The French companies will showcase such products and solutions as state-security technologies, surveillance solutions, military and police equipment, maintenance equipment, chemiluminescent products, advanced X-ray spectrometric detectors, decontamination solutions, demining systems, and CBRN detection technology.
Participating French companies are listed below; a catalogue with further details on each of the exhibitors is available upon request.
CEFA is an innovative company recognised by the French Ministry of Defence for the manufacture of military vehicles and specialist crossing equipment (for crossing rivers, for instance). The company will be presenting SECURICORB, its innovative bomb-proof rubbish bin designed to withstand explosions of up to 500g of plastic explosive, and used for the protection of people, property and urban sites.
Cyalume® Technologies SAS
Cyalume® Technologies SAS is a world leader in chemiluminescent products and non-pyrotechnic explosion simulators. For 40 years, military forces around the world have extensively used ChemLight® lightsticks, which are simple-to-use products for marking, signalling and illuminating. Cyalume® lightsticks also increase safety on industrial sites when used as maintenance and evacuation lights, or as personal protective equipment (PPE).
Through its high degree of know-how, state-security specialist Cofrexport anticipates risks and offers innovative solutions to enable state-security services to combat criminal organisations effectively. Cofrexport offers highly advanced technical-surveillance measures, thanks to the company's expertise in the latest listening-in, surveillance and interception technologies.
Co-Mining® is Co-decision Technology's solution that mimics human behaviour when handling complex investigations, embedding the professional know-how of intelligence services. Users can launch cyber trackers, which detect and link 'micro-risks' from structured and unstructured data (such as social media, blogs and databases), travel between users to take into consideration multiple interpretations, and transform them into decisions for action.
Deveryware is a leading specialist in the provision of smart location-based solutions to fight crime. A 10-year experience in chronolocation and a close collaboration with tens of thousands of law-enforcement officials have allowed the company to conceive powerful web-based solutions that will be presented at the trade show.
ECT Industries, a subsidiary of the NSE Group, is a European manufacturer of electronic systems for the aviation, naval, and transport industries. ECT Industries specialises in geolocalisation technologies and data transmission.
Since 1984, GK Professional has created, manufactured and distributed law-enforcement, military and security equipment. With an emphasis on quality, the company has gained an excellent, global reputation within national and international institutions.
Milipol is the worldwide exhibition for internal-security professionals. Constantly developing, Milipol is the major technological showcase for products and services in the public- and industrial-security sector. The next Milipol trade shows will be held in Qatar (in the Middle East) from 8 to 10 October 2012, and in Paris (in France) in November 2013.
A spin-off of Thales Electron Devices, MultiX is a technology start-up that designs, produces and sells advanced X-ray spectrometric detectors. These detectors are used for the identification of materials generally, and, more particularly, for the detection of explosives in luggage and packages. MultiX also provides solutions for food inspection and non-destructive testing (NDT) in industry.
Present in over 40 countries, Proengin is the only company to have developed detection solutions for biological- and chemical-warfare agents that use flame-spectrometry technology. Proengin uses this technology to manufacture advanced chemical and biological detectors such as handheld chemical detector AP4C and biological detector MAB.
At Counter Terror Expo, Verney-Carron will present its Flash-Ball — a revolutionary defence weapon which generates the stopping power of a .38 Special (the rimmed cartridge designed by Smith & Wesson). Used in France by several specialist police units, the Flash-Ball has the major advantage of causing the target to suffer the equivalent of a technical knock-out (without penetrating a normally dressed person's body).
About The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London facilitates trade development between France and the UK. UBIFRANCE offers a wide range of services to French-based companies, so as to assist them in their business activities within the UK. As such, it organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will present companies at Counter Terror Expo 2012, in London (UK). The trade show will be held from 25 to 26 April 2012 in the Grand Hall, in the Olympia exhibition centre.
Journalists wishing to attend should contact Ms Katherine Woods, Press Officer of the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London.
For further information about Counter Terror Expo, please go to: http://www.counterterrorexpo.com/
For further information about UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk
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Katherine Woods | UBIFRANCE
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