100+ Ministers, Mayors, Police Chiefs and Industry Executives to Meet to Discuss Efficient Urban Security
LONDON, July 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
More than 100 senior Public Safety representatives from across the world will be gathering in London this September to share knowledge and discuss solutions to the most pressing issues in making cities safe and secure.
Safe Cities International (16-18 September 2014) will be providing an interactive forum for all Government and Industry stakeholders to engage in end goal focused debate on the strategic and operational challenges and success of integrating intelligence networks into urban environments.
The agenda, made up from some of the most senior city authority figures and police chiefs has just been made available and is available to view online:
View the agenda: http://www.safecitiesinternational.com
Across the globe governments, cities, and emergency services are struggling to cope with the challenges faced by increases in population combined with a rise in urbanisation. With such social phenomena now meaning that 3.4 billion people live in urban environments, existing non integrated surveillance systems are stretched to the limit. This lack of situational awareness of common, expected and unexpected threats is leaving cities vulnerable to increases in urban crime, terrorism and natural disasters.
To counteract this, local authorities are actively procuring new technologies that efficiently acquire, analyse and disseminate real time intelligence to key stakeholders to ensure better security for city inhabitants.
This key challenge will be exclusively discussed at this global forum, enabling all who attend the opportunity to hear from successful case studies and explore all solutions available within the industry to best tackle these concerns.
Safe Cities International will cover key areas, including public safety, intelligent video surveillance and data capture, information networks and data dissemination and emergency response coordination.
View the full agenda online for more information: http://www.safecitiesinternational.com
Notes to editor:
Safe Cities International takes place 16-18 September 2014 in London. To request a press pass, please call +44-(0)207-368-9300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found at http://www.safecitiesinternational.com
SOURCE Defence IQ