Conference programme Milipol Paris

Conference programme

Published on by Ghislain VACHEROT - updated on

Milipol Paris free conference programme, featuring international experts, will be organised into several key themes for the safety and homeland security sector, with a central topic "International Homeland Security Issues".

All Milipol Paris participants can attend the conference programme for free. Several topics will be in the spotlight.

Tuesday 14 November - Afternoon

Inaugural conference

 14:30 - 16:30 Conference

  • Speakers to be confirmed

Wednesday 15 November - Morning
The Olympic Games continuum (part 1)

The Olympic Games are part of a geopolitical continuum (Tokyo 2021, Paris 2024, Los Angeles 2028). How do we build on the experiences of past events? Are there any invariants? What's new for the Paris Games (opening ceremony on the Seine, for example)? What are the business continuity issues during the Olympic Games? What are the challenges, opportunities and possible responses?

10:00 - 10:30 Keynote

  • Ambassador Samuel DUCROQUET, Ambassador for Sport, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE)

10:30 - 12:00 Panel Discussion

  • Alexandre MORTEAU, Doctor of Political Science, Specialist in the Olympic Games and sports institutions

Wednesday 15 November - Afternoon

The Olympic Games continuum (part 2)

The Olympic Games are also part of an internal/external continuum covering a wide range including local, national as well as international aspects. What challenges, what opportunities, what possible responses before, during and after the Olympic Games?

14:30 - 15:00 Keynote

  • Prefect Thierry MOSIMANN, Security Coordinator for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

15:00 - 16:30 Panel Discussion

  • GCA Christophe ABAD, Military Governor of Paris
  • Bruno LE RAY, Security Director, Paris 2024
  • Olivier METIVET, Director of the Olympic Intelligence Center
  • Prefect Laurent NUNEZ, Prefect of Police of Paris
  • General Ghislain RETY, Commander of the Groupement d’Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale (GIGN)

Thursday 16 November - Morning

Olympic Games and security technologies (part 1)

The rise of new technologies is having a significant impact on the planning and implementation of security measures and the organization of the Olympic Games. How do security technologies fit into the planning of the various players involved (from central to decentralized levels, between national and international players, etc.)? What are the challenges, what are the opportunities?

10:00 - 10:30 Keynote

  • Julie MERCIER, Director of Security Companies, Partnerships and Arms (DEPSA)

10:30 - 12:00 Panel Discussion

  • VEA Gilles BOIDEVEZY, Prefect « Maritime Méditerranée »
  • Arnaud BOURGUIGNON, Chief of Staff, Air Defense and Air Operations Command

Thursday 16 November - Afternoon

Olympic Games and security technologies (part 2)

The floor will be left to companies to illustrate the morning's remarks with concrete testimonials of technologies tested and implemented on the occasion of the 2024 Olympics.

14:30 - 15:00 Keynote

  • HTX, Home Team Science and Technology Agency, Singapore Government

15:00 – 16:30 Panel Discussion

  • Speakers to be confirmed

Friday 17 November - Morning

The Olympic Games as vectors of transformation and legacy

How will the Games have lastingly transformed the presence and modes of action (anticipation, planning, intervention) of players contributing to homeland security (homeland security forces, private players, partnerships developed internationally, etc.)? Which technologies are likely to endure, and for what purposes? What transformations in everyday life (transport, economy, etc.) are linked to homeland security?

10:00 - 10:30 Keynote

  • Prefect Michel CADOT, Interministerial Delegate for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (DIJOP)

10:30 - 12:00 Panel Discussion

  • Elie PATRIGEON, General Manager, French Paralympic and Sports Committee (CPSF)
  • Adric LUDESCHER, Chief Security Officier, International Olympic Committee
  • Ysence DE FRANCE, Doctor of Law, Artificial Intelligence Project Manager, Gendarmerie Nationale General Directorate
  • Jean-André LASSERRE, Director of Interlud Programme (Innovations Territoriales et Logistiques Urbaines Durables)
  • Edward ARKWRIGHT, Executive Vice-President, ADP Group