Countering Drones LIVEdemo forum is being convened in Geneva, Switzerland. Organised with the official support of the Department for Security and Economy, Government of Geneva, the conference will identify the essential improvements to capability and regulation. It will also be the first event to include a live demonstration of counter drone technologies, hosted on a Swiss Army training range.
State Counsellor, Department for Security and Economy
Republic and Canton of Geneva
Chief Executive Officer
Agency RPAS Manager
EUROCONTROL & JARUS
Manager, Innovation and Advanced Technologies
Federal Office for Civil Aviation, Switzerland
Chief Corporate Officer
Swiss Re Insurance
Chief of Staff of the Cantonal Crisis Management & Representative of the Swiss National Working Group of the Police forces, C-UAV
Department of Security and Economy, Government of the Republic and Canton of Geneva
Head of Safety & Vice Chair, World Safety and Technical Committee
New Delhi International Airport/Airports Council International
Aviation Security Specialist
Head of Aircraft Operations Section
Bosnian Directorate of Civil Aviation
Airside Safety Lead
Join the inaugural Countering Drones LIVEDEMO conference to:
Effectively measure and prepare for the risk posed by drones by receiving exclusive security briefings from leading international experts
Make an informed assessment of different types of counter-drone technologies and identify which system is best for your unique circumstances
Influence future policy by contributing to high-level discussions with policymakers, insurers and legal practitioners
Ensure that your organisation is aware of current developments in national security strategy, regulations and aviation legislation by hearing from senior policymakers from the UK, Europe and US
Benefit from legal and insurance policy guidance to better protect your organisation from drone-related incidents
Key questions to be addressed include:
How is drone and counter-drone technology developing and how might this impact the security of key industries?
How vulnerable is critical national infrastructure, in particular, to civilian drones? What are the current safeguards to protect against this and how can we measure this risk?
What kind of counter-drone solutions should commercial organisations employ, if any, and what might be the legal implications of their use?
Hear from industry experts on the latest counter-drone technological developments and how they plan to solve enduring challenges for government and commercial industry – from detection to disruption
What are the regulatory obstacles that stand in the way of the development and employment of different types of counter drone solutions? What measures are appropriate and in what contexts?
Who Should Attend Countering Drones
Airports, sea ports, borders and railways
Civil Aviation Authorities and Air Traffic Managements
Counter-terror agencies, law enforcement and emergency services
Government buildings, military bases and sensitive installations
Major broadcasters, film and television studios
National space agencies and major industrial complexes
Critical infrastructure including nuclear power stations, grids and utilities
Public buildings, embassies and consulates
International organisations including the UN, NATO and WTO
Sporting arenas and major venues event venues