The latest exhibitor list for the biennial event shows confirmations from organisations across Scandinavia, Europe, the UK, Eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East, Far East, and Indian Sub-continent.
“Many leading names from the homeland security and civil defence sectors are among the confirmations received and span a wide breadth of equipment, systems, product and consultancy offerings” explained Marie Lagrenée, Milipol Events Director.
Confirmed exhibitors include: fire and protection infrastructure support product and engineering systems suppliers; services and safety training consultants; manufacturers of access control, personal protection equipment manufacturers; authentication and cyber-security systems; risk assessment and crisis management advisors; fibres and fabric suppliers; producers of measurement and analysis, mobility and optronic equipment; communications and transmission systems as well as weapons and ammunition suppliers.
Major players in the confirmed line-up include: Huawei Technologies of China; Turkey’s Ares Shipyard; the UK’s control room systems leader Winsted Limited; French microwave security experts MC2 Technologies; Italian encryption technologists Boole Server; Belgian relief-aid supplier Alpinter SA; German dangerous goods transporter Lufracom GmbH and one of the country’s leading personal protective equipment manufacturers Haix Schuhe Produktions Und Vertriebs as well as Danish surveillance technology pioneer Covidence A/S.
The staging of 13th Milipol Qatar is in line with the Government of Qatar’s overarching master plan for the gradual lifting of COVID-19 prevention restrictions which allows the staging of business gatherings, including exhibitions and conferences from September 1st.
The industry-only event, which is under the patronage of His Highness the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, is organised by Qatar’s Ministry of Interior in partnership with Paris-based international event organiser Comexposium, acting on behalf of the GIE Milipol headed by Civipol, the consulting and service company of the French ministry of the Interior.
March’s Milipol Qatar is shaping up to be a window into a Middle East security market which is undergoing rapid transformation driven by technological advancements and by increased homeland health and safety requirements in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
“We can expect the release of a host of new cross-border health protection technology to provide heightened national health and safety and address concerns which have arisen as a result of COVID-19. These will be concerns which will need to be addressed if the Middle East is to realise its ambitions for the staging of major international events, such as the FIFA World Cup 2022,” explained Milipol Events Director Marie Lagrenée. “Milipol Qatar will be the first Post-pandemic homeland security event to be staged and the first forum to ably address these concerns.”
A powerful Milipol Qatar knowledge-sharing program will feature dialogues, case studies and debates on the industry’s expanding challenges and opportunities.
Milipol Qatar 2021 is expected to welcome over 200 exhibitors and close to 8,000 visitors.
The event’s online registration platform for both exhibitors, and industry professional visitors, who enter free-of-charge, is now open on www.milipolqatar.com.
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About Milipol Qatar
Founded in 1996, Milipol Qatar is the Middle East’s leading homeland security and civil defence exhibition and conference which is held biennially at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre. The industry-only event is organized by the Ministry of Interior of the State of Qatar in partnership with the French-based Comexposium Security, acting on behalf of the GIE Milipol headed by Civipol, the consulting and service company of the French ministry of the Interior.
Milipol Qatar attracts the biggest players in the global public and industrial security sector who use the event to showcase the latest security, safety, detection and prevention equipment, systems and service innovations. The event meets a large part of the growing security needs of the State of Qatar in line with the country’s National Vision 2030.
In 2021, Milipol Qatar celebrates its 13th edition and will build on the 2018 event, which was the biggest in the series attracting a record 8,487 visitors turnout from 84 countries, 314 official delegates from 48 nations and 222 exhibiting companies. The 2018 show also saw Qatar’s Ministry of Interior generate contracts worth €138.7 million.
For more than 30 years, the MILIPOL brand has been synonymous with high quality, international homeland security events. The brand is represented by Milipol Paris, Milipol Qatar and Milipol Asia-Pacific.
- Milipol Qatar: 15-17 March 2021– www.milipolqatar.com
- Milipol Asia-Pacific: 6-8 April 2021 – www.milipolasiapacific.com
- Milipol Paris: 19-22 October 2021 – www.milipol.com