Cutting-Edge Tech at Border, Perimeter & Offshore Security Conference & Exhibition

perimeter & offshore security
Staff Sgt. Richard Cole, a tracking technician with the 176th Air Defense Squadron, Alaska Air National Guard, evaluates radar data during exercise Fencing Rice on JBER, June 14, 2016. Fencing Rice is a local exercise designed to test the unit’s Air Defense response. The 176 ADS employs surveillance, identification, weapons control and data links in support of the Alaskan NORAD region’s 24/7/365 mission to watch and protect the skies over 1.3 million square miles of Alaskan airspace. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Edward Eagerton/released)

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Attend the leading Border, Perimeter & Offshore Security Conference and Exhibition on May 7, 2019 at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion West.

Israel is a global leader in the homeland security (HLS) field, with demonstrated capabilities and resources. Israel’s advanced technology is based on knowledge and operational experience, and leading Israeli companies have been involved in many of the ambitious and prominent security projects worldwide and locally.  

Strategic installations and economic infrastructures along the borders, at sea and underwater have been target to attacks by hostile states, terrorist organizations and other elements. Threats can come from the air, surface or subsurface.


Border and Perimeter Security

The security community has been constantly searching for innovative technological means to confront the threats and monitor and protect strategic infrastructures, such as electric grid, oil and gas installations, water systems, oil refineries, critical industries, chemical industries, transportation, telecommunications, ports, airports, etc.

Offshore Security

Oil and gas companies have become attractive targets for terrorists, aiming at inflicting long-lasting damages to Israel’s natural resources and economic water. The oil and gas rigs are vulnerable because of their relative proximity to the shore and their substantial size. Attacking them might render the enemy a significant achievement.

The role of the security industry is to assure the continuous 24/7 operation of the installations vis a vis any threat or potential attack, on routine and emergency, and supply constant monitoring, detection and defense via satellites, unmanned vehicles, vessels, radars, etc.

Attend Border, Perimeter & Offshore Security Conference and Exhibition on May 7, 2019 at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion West.


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