Milipol Innovation Awards

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Following the success of the Milipol Innovation Awards first edition, Milipol Paris will once again organize the competition reserved for all the companies exhibiting at the 2019 event. This competition aimed to reward the most innovative companies in terms of products, materials, services, solutions or business models related to the homeland security industry.

Milipol Innovation Awards 2017 Ceremony

The awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 19st November during Milipol Paris 2019 for the following categories:

  • Cybersecurity (fight against cyberthreats and cybercriminality solutions)
  • Safe and smart cities (Transportations & connected car security & safety, smart lightening, videosurveillance, monitoring…)
  • Individual Equipment / first responder protection (materials, textiles, fabrics & accessories)
  • Drone & anti-drone systems, robotics
  • Crisis Management (emergency population warning systems, crisis management, command & control)

  

Throwback on 2017 winners and finalists.

  

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

17 June 2019
Launch of the competition

27 September 2019
Deadline for entry deposit (Midnight, French time GMT+1)

21 October 2019
Deadline reviewing and evaluation by jury

28 October 2019
Announcement of finalists

19 November 2019
Announcement of winners and Awards Ceremony during the event

  

Jury

The jury is composed of international experts in their field.

• CRISIS MANAGEMENT

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Emily HOUGH
Crisis Response Journal
Editor in chief

   

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Tim CUTBILL
Protect and Prepare Ltd
Director

 

• CYBERSECURITY

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Frédérick DOUZET
French Institute of Geopolitics
Professor, Chairwoman of the Castex Chair of Cyber Strategy

  

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Loïc GUEZO
European cluster of excellence (CLUSIF)
Board member of CLUSIF

  

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Colonel Eric FREYSSINET
National Gendarmerie (DGGN)
Chief Digital Strategy Officer

  

• DRONE & ANTI-DRONE SYSTEMS, ROBOTICS 

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe MEINBERG
Brandenburg University of Technology
Head of Chair and Head of Board (CURPAS e.V)

  

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Philippe CHABBOUH
SDMIS 69 SIS Département Rhône and Lyon Metropole
French Firefighter Officer

   

• INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENTS / FIRST RESPONDER PROTECTION 

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Olivier BRUN
SAELSI - French Ministry of Interior
Deputy Director of Equipment

  

• SAFE AND SMART CITIES

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Anthony LEATHER
Westlands Advisory
Director

  

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Pascal HOGUET
Capgemini
Head of Connected Territories

  

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Jean-Christophe CHWAT
GPMSE Federation
President

 

ENTRY TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Free competition only open to exhibiting companies (which are not part of the jury members) of Milipol Paris 2019.
  • To agree with the competition rules.
  • To complete the entries in English on the Exhibitor Area by 27 September 2019 at midnight (French time, GMT+1).
  • Competitors may submit one or more entries, and a same entry can be submitted in two different categories max.
  • Any technology, product, etc. submitted must:
    • Have been released or officially announced between 19 November 2017 and 19 November 2019.
    • At least, be prototypes which can be presented to the judges if requested.

The competition rule will be soon available. The evaluation of entries and the selection of the finalists will be done thanks to the innovative nature of the technology, product, etc. proposed by the competitor (10 points), the opportunity for the market (8 points) and the relevance of the arguments (2 points).

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Milipol Paris is organized under the patronage of the French Ministry of Interior.

French Ministry of Interior