security experts to address future counter-terrorism and public safety at milipol asia-pacific 2019

security experts to address future counter-terrorism and public safety at milipol asia-pacific 2019

SINGAPORE- 20 March 2019 – Returning for its 8th
edition, Milipol Asia-Pacific 2019, the region’s flagship international
homeland security conference will bring together the region’s leading
experts on counter-terrorism, cybersecurity, organised crime and public
safety for a three-day conference from 2nd to 4th April at Sands Expo
and Convention Centre. The conference will attract over 350
international and regional delegates. Furthermore, the exhibition, which
will see more than 300 exhibitors in attendance, showcases the latest
and future innovations in border security, crowd control, threat
detection systems, search and rescue technology, drone and anti-drone
technology and field operation equipment for law enforcement.

Organised by Comexposium Singapore, one of the world’s leading
organisers specialising in international Security exhibitions and
conferences in Middle East, Indonesia, and Singapore, Milipol
Asia-Pacific 2019 is expected to receive over 200 official VIP delegates
from Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar,
Philippines, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam with over
8000 in attendance. Various Sponsors also include Certis, MSA — The
Safety Company, Stelop and Thermoteknix Systems.

security experts to address future counter-terrorism and public safety at milipol asia-pacific 2019

“The evolving challenges of today’s regional security landscape require
dynamic and relevant solutions. With Asia-Pacific’s most influential
thought leaders in homeland security gathered under one roof at Milipol
Asia-Pacific 2019, delegates can expect three full days of insightful
dialogue on some of the most pressing security challenges faced in the


With the terrorist threat ever present, this year’s conference topics
will focus extensively on approaches in combatting extremism,
radicalisation and transnational terrorism. Delegates can expect to hear
insightful speeches on topics like the future of the Islamic State in
Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and regional approaches to the current terrorism
landscape. Notable speakers addressing these issues are:

* PROFESSOR KUMAR RAMAKRISHNA, Associate Professor & Head of Policy
Studies and Head of National Security Studies Programme S. Rajaratnam
School of International Studies, Singapore
* ALI SOUFAN, Chairman & President, The Soufan Group, United States of
* AHMAD EL-MUHAMMADY, Counter-Terrorism Analyst, International Islamic
University Malaysia
* ROMAN QUAEDVLIEG, Former Head of the Australian Border Force
* DR FIRMAN FADILLAH, Head of Counter Terrorism and Radicalism, Center
for Terrorism and Radicalism Studies, Indonesia

In this evolving age, security professionals must utilise the most
effective technological innovations to help them make informed decisions
about pressing security issues. To fulfil this need, the second day of
this year’s conference will be dedicated to discussing the relevance of
artificial intelligence and digital technologies to improve homeland
security, with some speaker highlights being:

* MICHAEL CHERTOFF, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, The Chertoff
Group, United States of America Former Secretary, U.S. Department of
Homeland Security, United States of America
* FUJI FOO, Vice President, Business Digitalisation, Certis Technology
Singapore, Certis
* MICHEL CADIC, Chief Scientist of France, Ministry of Interior of
* JEFF MOSS, CEO, DEF CON Communications, Inc, United States of America


Exhibitors from 40 countries and regions will display a wide variety of
security technologies and innovations to meet the ever-changing needs
and challenges that security professionals in the Asia-Pacific region
face. Notable exhibitors include Avigilon, Norinco, Rafael, Rohde &
Schwarz, Sig Sauer, Stelop and many more.

With terrorist attacks frequently occurring in vulnerable public spaces
such as airport terminal entrances, large events and even places of
worship, it can be challenging for security professionals to screen
crowds without causing massive disruptions. APSTEC SYSTEMS will display
their Human Security Radar at this year’s exhibition — a walkthrough
system that quickly scans multiple persons in real-time to identify
items concealed underneath clothes and in body-worn backpacks that may
pose a severe threat to the public’s safety.

BEAQON will display a handheld x-ray imager called the HBI-120.
Developed by Viken Detection (formerly Heuresis), the device uses
backscatter x-ray technology and can scan through different types of
materials such as steel, aluminium, wood, rubber, as well as many other
materials. Currently a device being used by the U.S. Customs and Border
Protection, the HBI-120 proves to be a cost-effective and fast
turn-around time product to reveal concealed narcotics, bulk explosives,
currencies and other contraband items at immigration checkpoints.

TRD SINGAPORE is set to showcase the new generation of Drone Defeat
Systems with their latest anti-drone product, the Orion-T. Using an
integrated system, this compact, light-weight device is able to detect,
classify and defeat drones that pose a threat to safety. Weighing less
than 3kg, the Orion-T also incorporates spoofing capabilities to defeat
enemy drones.