U.T.SEC – the trade fair for security provided by and against unmanned technologies
Exhibition Centre Nuremberg
Wednesday, 7 to Thursday, 8 March 2018 Save the date to my calender
7 March 2018: 9:00 - 18:00
8 March 2018: 9:00 - 18:00
Security the focal point: Expo and Conference on unmanned technologies
At the exhibition centre Nuremberg with U.T.SEC, the world's first expo focusing on security provided by and against unmanned technologies will be held. Both technical was well as legal aspects connected with the use of, and defence against drones and other unmanned vehicles will be examined in detail over two expo days. Be it the public domain, the industrial sector or the area of security agencies and authorities – U.T.SEC will deliver a holistic definition of security.
This comprehensive approach is also being pursued by the supporting U.T.SEC Conference, which will thus become a networking hotspot. Here, security managers from industrial companies, agencies/authorities and civil institutions are provided with the unique opportunity to network, extend their specialist know-how and discuss security in connection with unmanned systems in a controversial and constructive approach.
Unique platform covering all aspects of unmanned technologies
U.T.SEC will bring them all together for the first time under one roof: the manufacturers of unmanned flying objects and other unmanned vehicles as well as surveillance, communication, defence, data transmission, location-determination systems, experts in perimeter and air space protection, IT and crisis management, security officers from companies, agencies and authorities along with purchasing, procuring and government budget managers.
This holistic concept of the expo is unique. The elaboration of the conference themes were conducted in close consultation with our partners.
U.T.SEC is being held in combination with the Enforce Tac, the international trade fair for command, control and operational equipment used by security agencies, where a total of over 200 exhibitors and 3,800 trade visitors are expected.