The 22nd year of the SECURITY BRATISLAVA International security technology fair, information security, fire protection and rescue systems was ceremonially opened by the Minister of the Interior of the Slovak Republic, Roman Mikulec, together with the organizer, Mr. Vladimír Drgonec and Lucia Kurilovská, rector of the Police Academy.
First day of the fair was intended for members of the police force. Our colleague Ákos Haramia presented to members of the police force our MCP – a special purpose vehicle where we can operate and get all the information from our UAVs including the VIMA drone.
The MCP system can be used in addition to the armed and police forces for the purpose of ensuring supervision and research, as well as rescue services when searching for persons, or when supervising security at mass sports events or festivals.
The second day was devoted to information and cyber security and the last day to fire safety.
You can watch how it looked on the first day of the conference in the TV JOJ Crime news archive (from 21:18), where you can also find an interview with our colleague Ákos Haramia. (in Slovak).
VIDEO HERE: Crime news
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