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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

Currency of Terror”

With asymmetric warfare becoming a potent weapon for countries to use against its adversaries, chances of terrorists using hi-tech weapons have increased manif...


Counter RCIED Systems”

The technological sophistication of present day RCIEDs render their detection an extremely difficult proposition, thus making them a lucrative weapon for terro...


Real-time Insights Require Specialised Hardware”

Delivering actionable intelligence in real-time from the Big Data is a major challenge before defence agencies today...







New Indian Navigation Technology to Be Offered to Partner Countries

The Indian government is planning to offer the new Gagan (GPS-aided geo augmented navigation) system to Southeast Asian coun... read more

Northrop Grumman Developing XS-1 Experimental Spaceplane Design for DARPA

Northrop Grumman Corporation with Scaled Composites and Virgin Galactic is developing a preliminary design and flight demons... read more

CPI to Develop Ka-Band EIK for SWOT Satellite

Communications & Power Industries Canada has been awarded a USD 3.3 million contract from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to... read more

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