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Milipol announces winners of milipol innovation awards 2023

Milipol Paris, the global event for safety and homeland security, announces the results of the Milipol Innovation Awards 2023, which detect and reward the best innovations from the homeland security industry on an international scale, in terms of products, equipment, services, solutions or business models

Building on the success of the three previous editions, Milipol Paris has renewed the operation in 2023 with a jury of international experts recognized in their sector, who have selected the 7 winners of this 4th edition among a hundred innovations in 6 categories.

For the 1st time, the CSR category was represented, and the jury also awarded a special mention for CSR initiatives.

As a reminder, the categories are as follows:

> Cybersecurity (solutions to combat cyberthreats and cybercrime)
> Security for major events (access control, flow management, biometric solutions, cctv, detectors, AI solutions and new technologies...)
> Personal equipment / first responder protection (materials, textiles, fibers, fabrics and accessories)
> Drone and anti-drone, robotics
> Crisis management (alerting populations, crisis management, command and control)
> CSR (CSR initiatives implemented by exhibitors within their companies or for their equipment, products, solutions)

The 7 winners were announced at the awards ceremony earlier today

Cybersecurité - dust mobile - booth 5 k192

Dust Mobile was created with two aims :

>  Protect cellular transmissions from intrinsic mobile networks threats & vulnerabilities

>  Optimize service coverage and resiliency by leveraging all available network connectivity

Dust Mobile is an international mobile operator registreted in France and Belgium (Registre ARCEP 170710 and BIPT 386, Operator code “DUST”).

Large events security management - shark robotics - booth 5 c164

Shark Spike is an innovative spiked barrier designed for law enforcement purposes. Its primary use lies in swiftly and effectively disabling vehicles by puncturing their tires at high speeds, ensuring rapid response during pursuits or security operations. This technology finds context in various law enforcement scenarios, where quick and safe immobilization of vehicles is crucial, such as border control, high-speed chases, or checkpoints.

The Shark Spike is remotely controlled, allowing law enforcement officers to deploy it from a safe distance of up to 300 meters. Its rapid deployment in just 2.5 seconds makes it a valuable tool in emergency situations. The device’s origin stems from collaborative development with the French Customs (DNRED), incorporating their expertise and experience to enhance efficiency and robustness.

Individual equipment / first responder protection semper invicta - booth 5 d191

Our innovation is a range of clothes (jumpers, undershirt and neckerchief) that is slash resistant. This clothing line

is thought for civilians, people in uniform and low-profile units. The goal is to have an invisible protection, as light as a normal jumper which can be used by itself or completed with other gears. Semper Invicta has created this line because slash resistant clothing are usually inelegant and not well made. Our customer targets are reporters, police, private security, customs, bodyguards, railway security and even civilians who want to be protected but discreet. We measure our product’s efficiency with the ISO 13997 norm ranging from A (2 newtons) to F (30 newtons).

Drone & anti-drone systems, robotics - sky-hero - booth 5 l014

SKY-HERO’s Unified Indoor Tactical Recon Robotic System is an advanced technology designed to empower special forces and law enforcement, ultimately saving lives in challenging operational contexts such as terrorist attacks, hostage situations, barricades, and large-area securement. Tailored for deployment in GPS-denied indoor environments and enemy-held territories, this system overcomes the obstacles faced by traditional reconnaissance methods. Comprising three high-end unmanned devices, all operated through a unified controller, it provides a comprehensive solution for indoor tactical reconnaissance. As game-changer for special forces and tactical operators, SKY-HERO’system state-of-the-art capabilities, security measures, and clear objectives make it an invaluable asset in enhancing mission safety and effectiveness in challenging indoor environments.

Crisis management - phonexia - booth 4 b032

Czech scientists, including the company Phonexia, are developing a voicebot that should be activated when emergency lines are extremely overloaded. The result is a demonstrator of a virtual assistant solution that can be deployed to receive an emergency call in the event of the exhaustion of the capacity of the operators of emergency lines 112 and 150. Among the main advantages are the simple design, universality, and possible scalability of the given assistant. The voicebot, which is being developed by a 38-member team made up of several institutions, will communicate with the caller as if there were a human operator on the other end. He listens to the caller and, if necessary, asks for further details necessary for the emergency services to go out. Voicebot certainly does not aim to replace operators on emergency lines but only to increase capacity in case of a large number of calls to operation centers. Voicebots could thus prove useful during major natural disasters, such as floods and tornadoes.

Csr - rostaing - booth 5 d148

Aware of the urgency of climate change and the limits of planet resources, the Rostaing Group has set up a system for calculating the environmental footprint of its products. Developed by La Belle Empreinte and based on 16 criteria, including the CO² equivalent weight of the product’s life and the number of litres of water needed to manufacture it. It is the first step in the fight against climate change and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.

Csr’s special mention of the jury - ultraops - booth 5 vd010

Ultraops is an association dedicated to rebuilding the lives of wounded defense personnel through action and renewed virtues. Set in the same operational order as an Opex deployment, it engages wounded soldiers in adventure/sports challenges abroad. More specifically, it engages wounded soldiers in a desert crossing in degraded mode, due to their disability and extreme climatic conditions. The innovation lies in the reconstruction formula proposed, based on a culture of resilience. This vision is also presented to companies as part of their CSR policy.

Contacts presse - ØCONNECTION

Valérie Hackenheimer – vhackenheimer@oconnection.fr - 06 12 80 35 20

Emeline Réthoré – erethore@oconnection.fr - 06 30 61 51 67


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