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13 - 14 November 2014

Hotel Sheraton Av. Niemeyer, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
THEME: Geospatial for Modern Warfare

Narcotics, environmental protection of the Amazon region, securing maritime assets and ensuring peaceful conduct of one of the biggest sporting events in the world, FIFA World Cup 2014, are some major challenges before the security agencies in Brasil. Acknowledging the crucial role of geospatial technology in defence and internal security, a dedicated two-day conference-cum-exhibition is being organised in Latin America, with special focus on Brasil. The event provides the perfect platform for exchanging knowledge and showcasing the latest geospatial technologies available for intelligent decision making.



Guest Article

UAVs Enhancing Combat Potential”

UAVs are a critical combat multiplier which are rapidly becoming an organic necessity for all modern armies...

Guest Article

IP-Geolocation A Must for Cyber-offensive”

Although there are no borders in cyber world, cyber attacks are not always generic, and are many times directed towards a particular country. The writer thus f...


Shaping Future Combat Operations”

The rise of commercial off-the-shelf software applications that adhere to open standards for geospatial data storage and sharing have provided major benefits t...







MEADS Completes Advanced Network Capabilities Demonstration

The medium extended air-defence system (MEADS) has successfully demonstrated the full range of advanced network capabilities... read more

Poland's TELDAT signs Letter of Intent with Raytheon

Raytheon Company has signed a Letter of Intent with Poland's TELDAT to cooperate in mutually beneficial business opportuniti... read more

Harris to Supply Radios to Undisclosed Middle Eastern Country

Harris Corporation has received a USD 15 million order to deliver its latest wideband handheld tactical radio to a country i... read more

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