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CURRENT EXHIBITORS 2018

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AVERIA LTD. – organizační složka

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 480 - Cyber Pavilion
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3502

www.AVERIA.NEWS

We create b2b communities.


DEFENCE AND SECURITY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

  • hall: 3
  • stand number: 338
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3501

www.aobp.cz

Defence and Security Industry Association of the Czech Republic (DSIA) associates companies engaged in research, development, production, trade and marketing services of military and security equipment, material and infrastructure in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1997 as a non-governmental, independent, apolitical, non-profit organization. Since its foundation it is a respected partner of the Czech Government, the Ministries of Industry and Trade, Defence, Interior and Foreign Affairs With these institutions the DSIA signed a series of cooperation agreements.


European Security & Defence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 403
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3502

www.euro-sd.com

ESD, established 2002, is a high-quality journal by Mittler Report Verlag, Germany. Its focus is directly on Europe as customer, supplier and partner. Its audience is global - military – industrial – political decision-makers. Published every 6 weeks, ESD is a versatile platform for information and influence, for the next level of thought leadership – to Knowledge-Based Influence®. ESD: Analyses Military, Security and Industrial requirements and capabilities within Europe Communicates global requirements to Europe’s experts Tells the world about European industrial and R&T capabilities Reaches the political and military leadership Reaches decision-makers. ESD: Intelligence for the Intelligent.


Institute of Physics of Materials, Czech Academy of Sciences / Ústav fyziky materiálů AV ČR

www.ipm.cz

The aim of the Institute of Physics of Materials of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic is to elucidate the relation between the behaviour and properties of materials and their structural and microstructural characteristics. Particular emphasis is placed upon research into advanced metallic materials and composites with a metal base in relation to their microstructure and production technique. On this basis it is possible to optimise both the microstructure and material properties and to design advanced materials. The Institute was established in 1955 as a part of the newly founded Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Since that time it has been continuously developed to the present day. The Institute has more than 120 employees at present. Almost a half of the staff are scientists (i.e. with a Ph.D. or equivalent degree). A number of Ph.D. students who perform their study at IPM is important. The Institute is divided into three scientific departments and a service department. The scientific departments consist of ten research groups. Department of Mechanical Properties focuses on the physical nature of processes which occur in metallic materials during creep, fatigue, creep/fatigue, brittle fracture and their combinations in relation to the evolution of microstructure and structure. Department of Structure of Materials studies the structure of materials and selected thermodynamic, diffusion and magnetic properties. The term structure is understood in a broad sense, ranging from atomic bonds, through crystal lattice and its imperfections, the size of crystallites in materials, to the macroscopic dimensions of loaded bodies. Department CEITEC IPM is one of six organization units of the Central European Institute of Technology. The department is focused mainly on study of mechanical, transport and magnetic properties of advanced materials. The IPM cooperates with many Czech and international industrial companies, research institutions and universities.


LOGISTICS AGENCY / AGENTURA LOGISTIKY

www.alog.army.cz

The Logistics Agency is the expert authority subordinated to Director of the Division of Support. It is responsible for a comprehensive logistic support of ministerial events and military missions and operations on the Czech territory and abroad. The Agency supports allied armed forces on the territory of the Czech Republic in accordance with the Host National Support. The Agency provides management, planning, and coordination of military transports and movements of Czech and allied forces on the Czech territory. In relation to NATO, it is the National Transport Coordination Centre.


MILITARY INTELLIGENCE

www.vzcr.cz

Military Intelligence is the Intelligence Service of the Czech Republic integrating intelligence and counter-intelligence activities with a focus on defence and security. At the FFF, we will present two of its important components. The National Cyber Operations Center (NCOC), established to provide cyber defence capability and to conduct a wide range of operations in cyberspace. In addition, the National Satellite Centre of the Czech Republic (SATCEN CZE) established this year, responsible for satellite imagery acquisition and analysis used for both military and civilian purposes.


MILITARY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

www.vtusp.cz

Vojenský technický ústav, s.p. (Military Technical Institute) offers defense and security R&D services, certified testing, manufacturing and modernization of armament and military technologies for Armed Forces of the Czech Republic as well as for other state or private customers.


MINISTRY OF DEFENCE of the Czech Republic / MINISTERSTVO OBRANY ČR

  • hall: 3
  • stand number: 399A + 399B + VP
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3503

www.army.cz

Presentation of new technologies, examples of gear and equipment, modern technologies.


MITTLER REPORT VERLAG GmbH

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 403
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3502

www.mittler-report.de

Mittler Report Verlag GmbH is considered the leading German publishing house in the areas of security and defence policy, armed forces, industry, defence procurement and logistics. With the successful implementation of a new, state-of-the-art editorial concept for the 8-times-per-year EUROPEAN SECURITY & DEFENCE (ESD) and the introduction of the accompanying online newsletter ESD SPOTLIGHT the magazine has taken advantage of significant growth of its international readership and subscriber base since January 2015. EUROPEAN SECURITY & DEFENCE is the only international defence and security periodical with balanced coverage for and of the political, military and industrial environment. As an independent specialist periodical the publishing house’s monthly EUROPÄISCHE SICHERHEIT & TECHNIK (German) is published based on a contractual agreement with the Federal Ministry of Defence and its subordinate office and command structure and serves the entire German-speaking defence and security community. Furthermore, Mittler Report Verlag’s scope of publications includes MARINEFORUM as the leading German monthly on naval and maritime affairs, the WEHRTECHNISCHER REPORT/DEFENCE TECHNOLOGY REVIEW (German/English) and SICHERHEITSTECHNISCHER REPORT (German) series of brochures on dedicated interest segments, the security-political quarterly MITTLER-BRIEF as well as the WEHRWIRTSCHAFT (German) and ESD SPOTLIGHT (English) biweekly online-newsletters. Besides, the publishing house organises domestic and international conferences and symposia addressing selected issues in defence, armament and logistics.


MS LINE, s.r.o.

www.msline.cz

MS Line Ltd. is a Publishing house and Advertising agency in Security and Defence area. MS Line publishes and distributes exclusive magazine Review for Defence and Security Industry and Czech Defence Industry & Security Review (media platform of the Defence and Security Industry Review), IDET NEWS, Security & Defence Technologies Catalogue etc.


Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre

www.mlcc-eng.army.cz

Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre (MLCC) is designed to coordinate multinational logistics support, consisting in providing assistance to coalition partners in planning and logistics support to current and future operations led by coalition forces, coordination in the field of training and education in the field of logistics, the development of standardization and interoperability in logistics, analysis, applications, and exchange of experience in operations conducted in the area of logistics, coordination of transport and troop movements and the development of international cooperation, which it exercises on the basis of international agreements concluded between States Parties.


National Cyber and Information Security Agency / Národní úřad pro kybernetickou a informační bezpečnost

nukib.cz/en

o Established on 1 AUG 2017 in accordance with the amendments to the Law on Cyber Security as a spinoff of the National Security Authority o Independent civilian governmental agency o Directly subordinated to the Prime Minister o Central agency in charge of: o Cyber security o Operates National Cyber Security Centre and GOVCERT o Constituency: Critical information infrastructure (both public and private) o GOVCERT a member of FIRST and Trusted Introducers o Protection of classified Information in communication and information systems o Certification of CIS handling classified information o Cryptographic protection (development of national crypto algorithms a devices) o TEMPEST Measurement o National PRS Centre (NCPRS) o fulfils the tasks of CPA (Competent PRS Authority); PRS (Public Regulated Service) is one of the services provided by the European Global Navigation Satellite System Galileo o responsible for implementation of PRS at national level o controls access to PRS o Seat in Brno, detachment in Prague o Headcount: 177 PAX o Budget: 370 000 000 CZK


NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine

www.coemed.org

The NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) is an international military organisation with the core task to facilitate interoperability between the military medical services in NATO.


NATO Explosive Ordnance Disposal Centre of Excellence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 470
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3504

www.eodcoe.org

The EOD COE is one of the tools of the NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Transformation aiming to improve military capabilities, value and efficiency of the Alliance. It was established by Slovakia as the Framework Nation with support of five Sponsoring Nations (CZE, FRA, HUN, POL and ROU). The EOD COE was assessed by ACT HQ team in a period from 19-21 January 2011 and the Centre has successfully met the accreditation criteria. The North Atlantic Council approved the accreditation of the EOD COE and the Centre was activated as an International Military organization on 28 April 2011. The inauguration of the Centre took place in Trenčín on 17 May 2011 as a result of the assessment of the Centre by HQ SACT, which ensures that products and services provided by the accredited EOD COE are consistent with the quality, standards, practices and procedures within NATO. The EOD COE, since its establishment as a NATO COE has provided products and services consistent with NATO standards, practices and procedures enhancing interoperability of NATO members and partnering nations in fields of EOD. Recognizing its high standards of training and education, in 2016, the Supreme Allied Command Transformation awarded the Centre with a Quality Assurance Unconditional Accreditation Certificate and the EOD COE became the official NATO and Training Facility.


NATO Modelling & Simulation Centre of Excellence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 470
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3504

www.mscoe.org

The NATO M&S COE is dedicated to the promotion of M&S in support of operational requirements, training and interoperability. The Centre will act as a catalyst for transformation through the involvement of NATO, governments, academia, industry, operational and training entities, by improving the networking of NATO and nationally owned M&S systems, the cooperation between Nations and organisations through the sharing of M&S information and developments and serving as an international source of expertise for transformation in the related domain.


NETHERLANDS Ministry of Defence

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 460
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3503

www.mindef.nl

The systems that will be shown at the FFF2018 are: · Smart Vest: integrated soldier system consisting of vests, back packs, ballistics, software defined radio, batteries, eco system and vehicle integration · E-Lighter: man-portable diesel generator to be used as a range extender for military end users All system form part of the Dutch VOSS program to create enhanced capabilities like improved situation awareness for the combat soldier and peripheral user groups.


Office of the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Threat Reduction and Arms Control

www.acq.osd.mil/ncbdp/trac/index.html

Lead the Department's efforts to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, thereby decreasing the lethality of global armed forces hostile to the rules-based international order; complete the destruction of the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile in a safe and secure manner under effective resource management; facilitate Departmental readiness to assist with the elimination of foreign chemical and biological weapons; and ensure the Department's compliance with nuclear, chemical, and biological treaties and agreements to maintain our strong international alliances and partnerships.


POLICE of the Czech Republic

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 450A + 450B + VP
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3503

www.policie.cz

Outdoor exhibition of service vehicles, helicopters, special large vehicles for the transport of dangerous materials and a tractor excavator on remote control. Live demonstration – The Police of the Czech Republic, The Fire Rescue Service and The Medical Rescue Service - (interventions against armed perpetrators/drug dealers during the handover of packages) Indoor exhibition – A mobile ballistic experimental workplace, the equipment of The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit and The Special Public Order Police Unit (equipment and armament of the Police of the Czech Republic).


PRISON SERVICE of the Czech Republic

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 449 + VP
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3503

www.vscr.cz

The task of the Prison Service of the Czech Republic is to ensure/maintain pre-trial detention, execution of sentence, forensic detention, and keep law and order in buildings of Ministry of Justice, courts and other judicial objects. The Prison Service also keeps law and order, and security in prisons and forensic detention facilities. Last but not least, penological research also belongs to the Prison Service’s main tasks and responsibilities.


Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography

www.vugtk.cz

The institute's mission is basic and applied research in geodesy and cadastre, developing and testing new technologies, methods and software and professional consultation in areas of: • Creation and management of Cadastre of Real Estate Information System (ISKN) • Creation and management of geographic information systems • Geodesy, geodynamics • Engineering geodesy • Metrology and standardization in the fields of Geodesy and Cadastre • Creation and maintenance of maps • Qualities of geospatial data according to ČSN EN ISO 19157 • Development of user applications over data of surface digital model of the Czech Republic • Photogrammetry and remote sensing • Development and production of special tools, equipment and measurement systems for geodesy and cartography. • The institute runs Authorized Metrological Centre, Accredited Calibration Laboratory, Surveying Library®. The Institute holds state accreditation as educational institution.


SOLAIYA

www.solaiya.com

SOLAIYA (pronounced SO-LAY-A) is a global organization that combines the experience and expertise of its principals, partners and employees into a new, innovative and thought leading consultancy. The three broad areas of support provided by SOLAIYA are CONSULTING, SYSTEMS and TALENT. Headquartered in Boca Raton Florida USA with offices in Washington DC and its Prague Czech Republic based affiliate company SOLAIYA CZ s.r.o., SOLAIYA’s mission is to support the Global Business Community in Corporate Growth, Compliance, Technology and Personnel. CONSULTING services including: • Strategic Planning and Delivery for Corporate Growth (Local, Government, Global) • Compliance consulting for ISO 9001:2015, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) - NIST-800-171, Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Supply Chain, Procurement Management, Proposal Development and Review SYSTEMS centered solutions including Computing Utilization and Procurement, Technology Innovation Expansion, Solution Design, Localization and Delivery, Cyber Security Solution Realization TALENT acquisition and management including International and Domestic Executive / Key Personnel Outsourcing, Personnel and Talent Acquisition across technical, healthcare and sales disciplines, and resourcing for Rapid Ramp engagements. SOLAIYA, SOLAIYA CZ and its Partner Companies are committed to providing superior strategic management consulting services in support of our customers for the growth of their businesses globally. We continuously maintain and improve our quality management systems in order to deliver consistent quality services and achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction.


TOMAS BATA UNIVERSITY in Zlín - Faculty of Applied Informatics

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 405
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3505

www.fai.utb.cz

The inauguration of a faculty focused on Applied Sciences as an independent element of Tomas Bata University in Zlín is the logical result of the University´s efforts to succeed in the Information Technology field. The Faculty of Applied Informatics (FAI) was established on 01.01.2006 through the transformation of the existing Institute for Process Control and Applied Informatics (IRPI) at the Faculty of Technology which, in turn, had been founded in the first half of 2004, and came into being through the restructuring of the Institute of Information Technology. The foundations of the latter institution was the Institute (formerly Department) of Automation and Control Technology, which had existed for more than 14 years at the Faculty of Technology at the time (The Department of Automation was established on 01.09.1986). Research activities of department of security engineering: • Security theory, • Physical security and property protection, • Commercial security technology, • Alarm systems (alarm security systems, access control systems, CCTV, Fire Alarm) • Information technology to support crisis management, • Detective work and professional defense, • Protection and resilience of critical infrastructure, • Modelling of crisis situations. Actual security research projects, founded by Czech Republic Ministry of Interior : VI20172019073 - Identification and methods of protection of Czech soft targets against violent acts with elaboration of a warning system VI20172019054 - An analytical software module for the real-time resilience evaluation from point of the converged security VI20152019049 - RESILIENCE 2015: Dynamic Resilience Evaluation of Interrelated Critical Infrastructure Subsystems


TOMAS BATA UNIVERSITY in Zlín - Faculty of Logistics and Crisis Management

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 405
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3505

www.flkr.utb.cz

The Faculty of Logistics and Crisis Management (FLCM) of Tomas Bata University in Zlín was established on 1 September 2009 and is its youngest faculty. It builds on the educational and research activities of the Institute of Security Technologies in Uherské Hradiště, which belonged to the Faculty of Technology. FLCM currently offers studies in the following accredited bachelor's degree programmes: Study Programme of Process Engineering, Risk Management (also combined form of study), Study programme of Population Protection, Population Protection (also in combined form of study) and study programme Security of the Society, Environmental Risk Management, and from the academic year 2016/2017 students can also study in the follow-up Master's degree programme Security of the Society. In its research and development activities, the FLCM focuses on logistics, logistics and crisis management, issues of population protection, emergency management, crisis management and planning, risk analysis and assessment, and environmental safety. The aim of the faculty is to continuously improve the teaching of study programmes and fields so that its graduates are as competitive as possible on the labor market.


University of Defence / Univerzita obrany

  • hall: 4
  • stand number: 480 - Cyber Pavilion
  • nomenclature: 3500, 3505

www.unob.cz

The UNIVERSITY OF DEFENCE is responsible for education of military professionals and other experts engaged in national security and defence.


WOJSKO I TECHNIKA MAGAZINE Zespól Badań i Analiz Militarnych

www.zbiam.pl

Wojsko i Technika - Bezpieczeństwo, Uzbrojenie, Przemysł (Armed Forces and Technology - Security, Armament, Defence Industry) monthly magazine with a circulation of 14,990 copies is a professionally edited magazine which focuses on the most important problems of the Polish military, security and defense industry. Much attention is paid on the current political and military situation in the region, new models of armament and military equipment, weaponry exhibitions, current tenders and laid contracts.