In response to growing demand for border defense and security technology from federal and state governments, the 2008 Global Border Security Conference has expanded its exposition to include two dedicated technology pavilions. The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Pavilion will focus on air-to-ground surveillance capabilities and unmanned aircraft. The Pavilion will showcase technologies from around the globe enabling more efficient, wide-area and all-terrain reconnaissance. The Advanced Biometrics Pavilion will present next-generation technologies for port and border security access control applications and integrated identification systems.
Other technologies and tools on display at Global Border Security Conference include surveillance cameras, identification management software, bio-hazard detection, intelligence sharing applications, law enforcement technology and advanced barricade and fencing solutions.
The conference is also offering free training for law enforcement
officials from Calibre Press, which will focus on street survival, crisis
response, anti-terrorism and border security strategies. This special
six-hour training, led by internationally renowned instructor David Smith,
is certified by more than 20 states. Said Rosenberg, "The most important
thing we can do to secure our border and protect the interests of all
parties is to ensure that our border patrol, national guard, local sheriffs
and police have the tools and training they need to respond to a dangerous
and ever-changing environment. Even if you are not physically on the
border, border policy
|SOURCE E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc.|
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