Considered the leading event dedicated to the security profession, Milipol Paris is organised under the auspices of the French Ministry of Interior in partnership with several governmental bodies such as the French National Police and Gendarmerie, Civil Defence Service, French Customs, City Police, Interpol and more. It provides a forum for presenting the latest technological innovations in the Security field and addressing current threats and dangers. We have compiled and exhibition guide including, show demographics, program highlights, Israeli exhibitors, tips and some pleasant ways to enjoy your downtime.

Location: PARIS (NORD VILLEPINTE)

Web Site: https://en.milipol.com/

67% of exhibitors and 45% of visitors come from abroad.

Top 5 interesting sectors for visitors

• Anti-terrorism – Special forces
• Law enforcement
• Security of public places – Urban security
• Protection of industrial and sensitive sites – Perimeter security
• Data protection – Information and Communication systems

Who visits Milipol Paris?

In 2015, Milipol Paris welcomed 24,056 visitors from 145 countries which included 115 official delegations from 77 countries including France, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, UK, Spain, Italy Netherlands, Tunisia and Israel.

Official delegations include Ministerial General Managers, ambassadors, NATO / NSPA delegation people and Ministers of Security.

The vast majority of visitors are decision-makers.

Data based on 2015 attendance

65% of visitors play an active role in purchasing

57% of visitors came with a specific purchase or investment project.


89% of those visitors found solutions and contacts for their projects at the event

37% of visitors come from the public sector e.g. Ministry of Interior, other Government Departments, Embassies and Local Authorities

63% of visitors come from the private sector e.g. Manufacturers, service companies, distributors, consultancies, federations and non-government organisations.

Conference Program

There is a free conference program for visitors and exhibitors covering key themes for the homeland security sector. The program features top international experts and will be conducted in French and English.

Topics covered in keynote speeches, panel debates and lectures are Crisis Management & Resilience, Cyber Security & Fraud, Safe & Smart Cities, Fight against Terrorism, Electronic Identification (E-ID) & Smart Borders.

Israeli Companies Attending in 2017

FAB Defense 

Development and manufacture of tactical equipment and weapon accessories for the State of Israel’s Military and Police.

ISPRA Israel Product Research Co.
Developer and manufacturer of non-lethal devices for riot control, crowd management, anti terror equipment and police gear.

WIP (Web Int. Pro Ltd.)
Provides systems to government organizations worldwide engaged in extracting, analyzing and producing intelligence reports in real time from all corners of the web.

Rayzone Group
Designs and manufactures cyber & intelligence solutions for Government and Federal Agencies. Focus on improving awareness of the threat, developing capabilities to prepare and respond, and enhancing law enforcement agencies capabilities.

IWI – Israel weapons industry
Innovative small arm systems, designs and develops the weapons of choice for military, homeland security and commercial agencies worldwide. IWI product range is deployed by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and other leading global organizations seeking technological innovation, manufacturing excellence and outstanding performance.

Israel Pavilion companies

The Israel Pavilion delegation at Milipol 2017 is one of the largest country delegations in the exhibition and includes the following 15 companies.

A.C.S. Advanced Combat Solutions
The company is made up of elite military, police, intelligence & security specialists who possess invaluable expertise gained from real combat situations, giving A.C.S. an advantage & insight in how to revolutionize the combat equipment field.

Amit Industries
Amit Industries assembles and markets standard and custom-made battery packs, under the brand name of “Amicell”, in a wide range of technical formats such as Li-Ion / Polymer, Ni-MH, Ni-Cd and more, as well as various charging systems.

Beit-Alfa Technologies
Manufacturer of Special Purpose vehicles, Beit-Alfa has designed, built and supplied a host of unique vehicles and systems for the Israeli Armed Forces, Israeli Ministry of Defense, the Israeli Police and to Police Forces of more than 30 countries around the world.

CommuniTake Technologies
Builds security, care, and management solutions to provide people and organizations with better and more secure device use.

DSIT Solutions Ltd
Underwater security systems, sonar and acoustics.

Front Line Army Equipment
Manufactures a premier range of defence products, continually upgraded on the basis of combat experience, to meet the stringent requirements of Special Operations Units, The Secret Service and the Israeli Defense Forces.

General Robotics
Engaged in the research, development, and manufacturing of advanced robotic platforms for the Defense and Homeland Security markets.

I.T.P Novex
Provider of Homeland Security and Intelligence Systems, as well as Fleet Management Solutions.

LIOR Textile Industries

Supplier of protective clothing to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Israel police and special anti-terror divisions.

Netline Communications Technologies (N.C.T)
Develops, manufactures, and sells cutting edge electronic countermeasures and full spectrum dominance solutions to the global defense and homeland security markets.

Octopus Systems
Advanced, Cloud-enabled Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system and mobile application offering customer solutions for a variety of vertical markets.

YTS
Provider of comprehensive security solutions uniquely tailored to its customers’ tactical and strategic needs in the security and intelligence markets.
Primarily engaged in design, engineering and installation of special mission and intelligence vehicles.

Visiting Paris in November

Be aware that November is a very cold time to visit Paris. Rain is likely and temperatures can be as low as 5°C. Be sure to bring warm clothing, a waterproof overcoat and boots. An umbrella wouldn’t be amiss either!

Sites to See

Whilst you are visiting the city it would be a shame not to take the opportunity to visit some of the cities attractions.

Paris’ iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Louvre are well known to all, but the French capital has much to offer those seeking some of its lesser-known attractions.

Here are 5 suggestions for some alternative Paris adventures:

  1. Le Marais – The Old Jewish Quarter (4th quarter)
    The old Jewish quarter has undergone a revival in recent years and is now home to a selection of eclectic boutiques, traditional coffee shops and excellent restaurants offering classical French as well as Jewish fare. It also houses the Picasso Museum, one of the most interesting, and lesser known, in Paris.
  2. Ile St-Louis – It is well worth a stroll down Saint-Louis-en-l’Ile Street, which passes through historic buildings, luxury souvenir shops, fine delicatessens, a tea salon and several bars. You will also pass the architectural beauty, Eglise St-Louis-en-l’lle, and if lucky, may catch one of the classical music concerts that are often hosted there.
  3. Marché de la Création – The largest weekly art market in Paris featuring more than 200 artists. Starts at Place de la Bastille and extends all the way along Boulevard Richard Lenoir. Open every Saturday (including public holidays) from 10am to 7pm with free access to vistors.
  4. Rue Mouffetard – Situated in the Latin quarter, this is one most elegant streets in Paris and well worth a look around.
  5. La Flânerie, or How To Get Lost In The Streets – When you have no particular location in mind, Paris is the perfect place to simply stroll along and soak in the atmosphere. It offers a treasure trove of small streets, little passages and hidden gardens ready to be explored. The French even have a special word for these free-spirited walks – la flânerie. So why not indulge in the ultimate French pastime and just walk!
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