Safe Cities Asia

2014-05-27 - 2014-05-30
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+65 64089 239

The Safe Cities Asia conference and exhibition brings together first responders, city authorities, central government departments and the private sector who are responsible for using, and integrating, safe city solutions in their operations and organizations. Attended by over 300 senior security professionals, Safe Cities Asia is where the Urban Security community comes together. Don’t miss this unique 4 day event that will provide solutions to the challenges that most affect you: In the current age of increasing urbanisation the challenges to protect citizens has become more complex. Senior city security professionals, like yourself are now deploying a range of networked security systems to tackle their top security needs, specifically. • Urban Security • Cyber Resilience • Emergency and Disaster Response • Video Surveillance and Analytics • Biometrics • Big Data and Analytics • Geospatial Intelligence SPEAKERS INCLUDE: • Miki Calero, Chief Security Officer, City of Columbus, USA • Noboru Nakatani, Executive Director, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation • Greg Mullins, Commissioner, Fire & Rescue New South Wales, Australia • Dr. Ng See Kiong, SERC Programme Director, Urban Systems Initiative, Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research (Singapore A*STAR) • Jean-Marc Nasr, Head of Sales Europe, Middle East and Africa and Head of Sales France, Airbus Defence and Space • Police Inspector General Tito Karnavian, Chief of Police, Indonesian National Police • Director General Jehng-Jer Guan, Head, Changhua County Police Department, Taiwan • Dr. John Kan, Chief Information Officer, Information Systems and Technology, Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research (Singapore A*STAR) • Major General (Ret'd) Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash, (former) Head, Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate • Brigadier General (Ret’d) Ephraim Lapid, Lecturer in Communications, Bar-Ilan University and in National Defense at Ariel College and (former) Senior Officer, Israeli Defense Force (IDF) Intelligence Corps • Steven Webb, Vice President Aerospace & Defence, Frost and Sullivan • Steven Worrall, Vice President, SWG Industry Solutions Sales, Growth Markets, IBM

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