Representatives of eleven ministries of the Interior of the European Union have attended the Rectorate at the international event on the system SURVEIRONthe information system for the control and management of drone fleets developed by the Malaga company AEORUM (spin off of the University of Malaga), in collaboration with different entities of the Secretary of State for Security.
Police members of the drone working group of the rEuropean ed of police forces ENLETS (European Network of Law Enforcement Technology Service), from Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Portugal, Finland, Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Slovenia and Spain).
The working day was inaugurated by the Deputy Director General of Information and Communication Systems for Security of the Secretary of State for Security (SGSICS), Enrique Belda Esplugues, in an act in which he was accompanied by the Vice Chancellor for Innovation of the UMA, Rafael Ventura, and by Jesús García, CEO of AEORUM. The closing ceremony was also attended by the rector of the University, José Ángel Narváez, and the mayor of the city, Francisco de la Torre.
The event is a endorsement of the European Union to Spanish technologies for security. A support that was already reflected in the visit that the Secretary of State for Security made to the spin-off of the University of Malaga in the Technological Park of Andalusia last March to view the latest advances made in the SURVEIRON system.
Europe’s support for the work carried out by AEORUM in collaboration with entities of the Secretary of State for Security in the SURVEIRON system has been made clear with the participation in the meeting of the representative of the Executive Agency of the European Commission EASMECatherine Pouret, and the coordinator of the European police network ENLETS, the Dutchman Patrick Padding.
SURVEIRON is an information system for the control and management of drone fleets, 100% Spanish, developed by AEORUM in collaboration with various entities of the Secretary of State for Security, such as the Civil Guard or the National Police, among others. The European Commission awarded and financed the project through the EASME Executive Agency, in the H2020-SME-INST program within the theme: “Secure Societies: protecting the security and freedom of Europe and its citizens”.
During the day of conferences, the representative of the Executive Agency of the European Commission EASME has described the SURVEIRON project as a “star project”. The rest of the speakers from the different Member States have also exposed SURVEIRON’s capabilities to cover the main risks that concern society and that have been presented in the latest report of the World Economic Forum.