GMV is taking part in LIMEX’20, being held under the banner of “Innovation in Border Protection” in the Spanish Army’s Higher Polytechnic School (Escuela Politécnica Superior del Ejército de Tierra) in Madrid from 28 to 30 January.
The complex border-protection issue involves diverse activities ranging from physical border perimeter surveillance, access control, airspace or sea routes to operational procedures against illegal immigration and transborder crime.
LIMEX’20’s array of top-level lectures, exhibitions and demos tackled the latest hi-tech border-protection solutions being developed by the industry in response to user demand. The Spanish Guardia Civil and the National Police-force, who between them hold Spain’s main border-protection remit, will be present at the second LIMEX together with representatives from the armed forces and supranational agencies.
GMV will be running a stand and giving a lecture on the maritime security project MARISA (Maritime Integrated Surveillance Awareness).