Aeorum’s Chair of Technologies for Security and Defence from the UMA, promoted by the Higher Technical School of Telecommunications Engineer, has inaugurated today the workdays about management of drone fleets and anti-drone devices, gathering one more year an important part of the European Ministries of Interior regarding the development of R&D+i solutions applied to security and defence.
A total of 15 states, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Greece, Finland, Slovenia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia and Spain take part in the different presentations and working sessions, in which Spain provides a broad institutional representation of the Ministry of Interior, with the presence of experts from the Spanish Civil Guard, Spanish National Police, Subdirectorate General of Information and Communications System for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Cybersecurity, among others. All the states represented take part in the police working groups “ENLETS” and “PIONEER” focused on police technologies.
The open ceremony of the workdays has counted with the presence of the Rector of de University of Málaga, José Ángel Narváez, the director of the SIRDEE Programme and of the R&D+i department, José Antonio Cebrián de Barrio, managers of ENLETS and the PIONEER programme, Patrick Padding y Tanya L., respectively, and the executive director of AEORUM, Jesús García Merino.
Narváez has highlighted AEORUM’s Chair as “a magnificent example of how a university-based spin-off project can become a formidable international company, of which we feel very proud”. The Rector has also highlighted during its intervention the importance of security: “It is fundamental for democracy, for freedom, ultimately, to build a better society”.