Airbus, an aerospace, defence and security manufacturers and systems providers, attends the World Border Security Congress for the third time. The event will be held at the Sheraton Hotel & Towers in Casablanca (Morocco) from 19 to 21 March 2019 and will be co-hosted by the Moroccan Ministry of Interior and the General Directorate for Migration and Border Protection.
In the exhibition hall, the Airbus stand (number 9) will show visitors maritime and border security as well as coastal surveillance solutions.
Improved operational products
The booth will also display a demo of Styris, the Airbus’s product family focusing on maritime safety and security, which includes Vessel Traffic Services (VTS), Coastal Surveillance Systems (CSS) and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP).
Olivier Yvon, Maritime Program Manager of Airbus Defence and Space, will give a lecture entitled ‘Integrated Coastal Surveillance System
In addition, on Thursday, 21 March 2019, from 11.15 am (CET), Olivier Yvon, Maritime Program Manager of Airbus Defence and Space, will give a lecture entitled ‘Integrated Coastal Surveillance System’. Airbus is one of the contributors when it comes to providing improved operational products and services to fulfil the defence and security needs of nations, thanks to its strong position as a producer of satellites, aircraft, intelligence and security solutions, including cyber protection.
Land border protection
The company designs, develops and implements integrated, complex and holistic solutions, including platforms and services for the following business segments: land border protection, maritime monitoring and safety (coastal and Exclusive Economic Zone) and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI).
The World Border Security Congress is the premier multi-jurisdictional global platform where border protection policy-makers, managers and practitioners meet annually with security industry professionals to discuss evolving international border security challenges.