Counter UAS Homeland Security Europe 2024 Conference

September 9-10, 2024 - London, United Kingdom

We are delighted to announce the 2nd annual Counter UAS Homeland Security Europe Conference taking place on 9-10 September 2024, in London, UK.

With the prevalent threat of UAS activity over critical infrastructure (CI) and locations, their use in urban warfare scenarios and the need for adaption of C-UAS technology to remain relevant over time, it is important to bring together the C-UAS and Homeland Security communities to discuss how best to adapt to protect the European homeland from UAS threats and threat actors.

Drawing on knowledge gained from leading Homeland Security experts from key UK, European and International security organisations, governments, military, police and industry, this conference will showcase the very latest technology in the market to ensure that civilians, domestic infrastructure, borders and all aspects of homeland security are protected from the criminal use of drones.

Counter UAS Homeland Security Europe 2024 will facilitate fruitful discussions on C-UAS priorities, challenges and solutions in its entirety, offering a truly holistic agenda with presentations seeking to assist in countering the UAS threat to strengthen national security.

This conference will be a catalyst to furthering these internationally important topics, promoting dedicated discussions, networking and passing knowledge to enhance the approach, analysis, and solutions to address nefarious UAS activity in the European Homeland.

Benefits of attending

  • Hear the latest C-UAS updates from UK, European and International Senior Leadership and Programme Managers
  • Engage and network with senior programme leaders and solution providers developing and integrating cutting-edge C-UAS technologies
  • A varied and specific range of topics including a unique emphasis on C-UAS strategies to protect critical infrastructure and strengthen national security
  • Meet industry solution providers to discover how to leverage their C-UAS platforms

2024 Speakers

  • Aaron Bassett, Stable Operations Lead, Gatwick Airport
  • Alex Milns, Technical Programme Manager, EUROCAE
  • Alex Townsend-Drake, Head of Programme, Counter Terrorism Preparedness Network (CTPN)
  • Anders Martinsen, CEO, UAS Norway
  • Andy Harding, Strategic Manager for Less Lethal Weapons and Counter Drones, NPCC
  • Assistant Chief Patrol Agent J. Michael Douglas, Director of Training SUAS/CUAS, US Border Patrol
  • Bob Moll, Business Development Manager D&S, Robin Radar Systems BV
  • Brooke Tapsall, CEO, DroneAlert
  • Chief Constable Simon Chesterman, Chief Constable, and National Armed Policing Portfolio Lead, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, NPCC
  • Chief Inspector Angel Manuel Siles Garcia, Head of Airspace Security and Protection, Spanish National Police
  • Chief Inspector Simon Bachelor, Counter Drones Legislation and Policy Lead, NPCC
  • Christopher Church, Senior Forensics Specialist, INTERPOL
  • Dirk-Heinrich Bothe, Deputy Head of Division Section 21, Command and Operation, German Federal Police
  • G.B. Jones, Chief Safety and Security Officer, FIFA
  • Geert De Cubber, Team Leader of the Robotics & Autonomous Systems Research Unit, Project Coordinator of the EU-ISF COURAGEOUS Project, Subproject Coordinator for the EU-EDIDP-iMUGS Project, Royal Military Academy Belgium
  • Group Captain Gary Darby, Head UK Joint C-UAS Office, UK Ministry of Defence
  • José Antonio Cebrián de Barrio, Head of Critical communications SIRDEE, R&D Department and CUAs Department, Spanish Ministry of Interior
  • Lee Mansell, CEO, XTE, UK CUAS Test House
  • Major Arnaud Gerard, Head Air Transport Gendarmerie for the Aeronautical Office, French Gendarmerie
  • Martin Broomhead, UK Managing Director, D-Fend Solutions UK
  • Paul Hansen, Project manager of the JRC DRONE Project, European Commission
  • Rene Thaens, Head of the Electronic Warfare and Surveillance Branch within JISR Centre, NCI NATO
  • Sean Bittick, C-UAS and Capability Development Officer, NATO
  • Shaun Hipgrave, Director, Prepare and Protect, CBRNE & Science Directorate, Home Office
  • Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Mathew Cooze, National cUAS Coordinator, US Border Patrol
  • Tim Dodge, Division Manager, Policy & Regulations, UAS & Emerging Entrants Security, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • Torsten Kretschmann, Chairman of the DIN Working Committee for Drone Detection, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH
  • Willem Koedam, C-UAS SME, Division Aerospace Systems, Royal NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre

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Venue

Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square
Grosvenor Square,
London, United Kingdom