The term Homeland Security was "born" after the 9-11 attacks. It was decided, following the inability to prevent and handle complex incidents, to establish a term that would include the entire array of components considered a threat to the security of both the State and its residents.
This term and field receive top national priority worldwide with homeland security transforming into more than just a key word: it becomes an outlook on life.
Today, HLS is considered by the world's nations a complex issue requiring large security solutions, partners and key players in the world in order to protect strategic sites, airports, seaports, financial institutions, entertainment centers, international events and more.
The HLS Conference is devoted to the different trends, innovations, developments and applications in this field, with an emphasis on designated electronic systems.
Among the many topics scheduled for the conference are:
• Advanced systems for handling crises
• Surveillance, photographing and monitoring systems
• Algorithm and tools for exhausting information
• Identifying and following targets
• Identifying facial features
• Remote sensation of explosives
• Monitoring communication traffic
• Advanced sensors
• Communication networks