Milipol Paris 2019

With the boundary between security and defence less and less clear, terrorism activities often requiring assets that are more part of the defence world rather than that of the police domain while other domains such as cyber defence affect both worlds, Milipol Paris opened its doors from 19 to 22 November at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre hosting some 1,089 exhibitors from 55 countries, 33% of the exhibitors being present for the first time to the Paris event.

According to statistics provided by organisers Milipol 2019 was visited by 31,185 visitors from 156 different countries, ans was the presence of 167 official delegations from 68 countries.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Christophe Castaner, the French Minister of Interior, under which auspices the exhibition takes place, with the support of numerous other governmental bodies.

Here attached we offer to our readers the assessment on the security market as provided by the exhibition Press Office. To read the full document please click here.

Over 450 journalists from 23 countries reported on the event. Hereafter please find a selection of exhibited items picked up for you by the EDR On-Line team.

Honeywell introduces Spectra Shield 6360 for soft body armour

A Low Power CamSight from Bertin Technologies

Pro-Systems PARAX against bullets and knives

Thales new approach to security

WeaponLogic now looks at big calibre systems

A protective Dome from Airbus

Netline widens its C-UAS portfolio

Arquus: security vehicles and more

A tethered Hercules from Drone Volt

Nexter: the Serval goes blue

Steiner eOptics CQT sight closes to production

Elbit Systems introduces MAGNI, a new vehicle-launched multi-rotor micro-drone

CompM5b: flexibility from Aimpoint

IWI markets its Tavor Tactical 12 shotgun in the military world

Defending from drones? Elementary Watson!