A SEMINAR ORGANIZED BY THE POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY AS A PART OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR AND CONFERENCE EUROPOLTECH 2017

“IDENTIFICATION OF THREATS TO SECURITY USING INTEGRATED MONITORING SYSTEMS”

In the context of early identification of threats and ensuring security, dynamic technological and information growth contributes to excellent preventive and operational capacities of agencies that are in charge of security. However, one must keep in mind that effectiveness of such agencies and suitability of available information requires fast analysis to enable officers of such agencies to quickly make appropriate decisions.

An example of such technological solutions is monitoring systems whose use, especially in the case of video monitoring, requires analyzing large quantities of data. Currently, despite the increased numbers of personnel working with monitoring systems, it is impossible to quickly and fully effectively analyze aggregated data.

During the seminar, modern organizational and technological solutions will be presented that enable effective management of systems for monitoring of threats to security (video monitoring; sensors monitoring the security of spaces and buildings; fire sensors, water level monitoring sensors, pollution sensors, etc.). As a part of illustration of practical use of such solutions, systems that monitor threats to security that have been implemented in selected cities and communes will be presented.

Given the great importance of science to the development of monitoring systems, one of the elements of the seminar will be presentation of the current scientific achievements and new areas of research on this subject.

An important and valuable element of the seminar will be a discussion with the attendees on the expected directions of development of systems to monitor threats to security from the point of view of the needs of different groups of users.

The seminar is intended for representatives of institutions that are in charge of internal security, representatives of central, local, and regional institutions, representatives of academic institutions, and businessmen interested in the subject matter of the meeting.