Conference 2024

For 2024, TechX Summit (TXS) and Milipol Asia-Pacific (MAP) have come together to showcase how science and technology are central to enhancing public safety and national security in the Asia-Pacific.

Organised jointly by HTX, GIE Milipol, and Comexposium under the auspices of the Ministry of Home Affairs (Singapore) and the Ministry of the Interior (France), this landmark event will bring together top Government officials, operational experts, industry leaders, and academia to discuss the latest solutions, strategies, and challenges; share technological trends; and foster greater collaboration within the international Homeland Security community.

The Conference helmed by HTX will center around “Artificial Intelligence and Homeland Security”. The various topics will be exploring the multifaceted role of AI in Homeland Security. The aim of the conference is to provide an impactful and engaging platform for thought-leaders and practitioners, in Government, industry and academia to discuss trends, strategies, challenges and the latest innovations, as well as to provide invaluable networking opportunities to foster greater collaborations.

MAP-TXS connects homeland security technology professionals & industrial partners across Asia-Pacific region, US, Europe, ASEAN and Singapore. This Conference is useful for:

  • Top government officials
  • Industry leaders
  • Academia and R&D Experts
  • Homeland Security Operation Professionals

Why You Should Attend

This conference is an opportunity and a platform for participants to come together to explore the latest technologies, solutions, and trends; generate discussions and exchange ideas; and foster collaborations to make the world a safer place for everyone.

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For latest conference updates, please visit https://www.techxsummit.sg/

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