Airbus will showcase its integrated security strategy for critical national infrastructures at the 22nd edition of Milipol Paris – one of Europe’s leading industry events related to homeland security and safety.
With its robust portfolio of intelligence, secure communications, security, and cyber protection solutions – as well as a leading product line of satellites and aircraft – Airbus is a major worldwide contributor to the defence and security needs of many different nations.
The company’s presence is to have a particular focus on defence-related business lines, such as Unmanned Aerial Systems (including Survey Copter); and Connected Intelligence: Secure Communications, Secure Land Communications, Intelligence, and CyberSecurity. Airbus’ Apsys subsidiary for risk management-related services will be showcased, as well.
Milipol Paris 2021 is being held 19-22 October at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre in France, organised under auspices of the French Ministry of Interior in partnership with several governmental bodies. The Airbus booth will focus on three specific themes: surveillance and detection, data protection and analysis, and smart collaboration.
Airbus has capacities, products and solutions that are positioned across the entire decision-making chain: from data generation, transformation to actionable intelligence, up to its transmission in a cyber-secure and resilient context to quickly support the right decision at the right time.
The company is a trusted partner for processing and managing sovereign data coming from the digitalisation of critical infrastructures and cities. By working side-by-side with customers and partners, Airbus implements mobile application and tactical solutions that factor in the challenges of sustainable development.
Also represented at Milipol Paris will be the Airbus Helicopters business unit, underscoring its comprehensive and complementary range of rotorcraft dedicated to law enforcement and security missions with a specific focus on the H145 and the H160.