The NSS Innovation Room was an initiative of the programme [secure] by innovation of the Dutch Ministry of Security and justice, the NCTV and the Municipality of The Hague, and was hosted by The Hague Security Delta. Several security partners involved with the organisation of the Nuclear Security Summit, including the Dutch National Police and the Dutch Ministry of Defence, have contributed to the exposition.

THE HAGUE SECURITY DELTA

The NSS Innovation Room was hosted by the Campus of the Hague Security Delta (HSD), the largest security cluster in Europe. In this Dutch cluster companies, governments and research institutions work together on innovations and knowledge in the field of cyber security, national and urban security, protection of critical infrastructure, and forensics. They have a shared ambition: a secure world and economic development. The region of The Hague is the core of the cluster, where 400 security companies realise a total turnover of € 1.7 billion and employ 13,400 people. The HSD Campus opened in The Hague in February 2014, and serves as the national innovation center of the security cluster, with living labs and training facilities, as well as flexible office space and meeting rooms.

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PROGRAMME
The programme consisted of:
  • Opening symposium with short lectures
  • Short presentations of innovations
  • 1-on-1 conversations with innovators
  • Audience award for the best innovation
  • Innovative means to help improve the Innovation Room and the innovations
  • Guided tours for VIPs and groups
  • Media visits
NSS INNOVATION ROOM

It is important that major events such as the Nuclear Security Summit proceed safely. And that disruptions to everyday life in a large city such as The Hague are kept to an absolute minimum. In the Netherlands we are developing innovative solutions to do just that. The NSS Innovation Room opened its doors on 21, 24 and 25 March on the Campus of The Hague Security Delta. During the exposition the most innovative security-related technologies that the Netherlands currently has to offer were on display. Members of NSS delegations, security professionals from the public and private sectors, local and national administrators, journalists from home and abroad and large-scale event organisers were invited to visit the Innovation Room.

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODS

In the search for solutions to security issues, the government draws on the knowledge and expertise from numerous corporations and knowledge institutions. During the exhibition, the parties from this ‘triple helix’ converged to demonstrate a wide range of innovative technologies and methods.

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INNOVATION ORGANISATION
Crowd Control Trainer VSTEP
iRN Dutch National Police
Situational Awareness Dutch Mounted Police
Real-time Intelligence Center AGT International
Twitcident CrowdSense
WorldForum 3D Re-lion
Grab 'n Stitch TNO/Dutch National Police
E-nose DCMR
Realtime Traffic Management Saab
Traffic Management Masterplan Arcadis
Tec4se Safety Region Twente
Policetraining / XVR Dutch Police Academy
DISCUS Dutch Ministry of Defense
i-Table TNO
Compronet Groningen Police/CGI
InterACT IC3DMedia
ProtACT Fox-IT
Safe Armoured Glasing Krov
M-sec wall system aalbers | wico
CBRN Response Unit Kropman/RIVM
TOP 3 INNOVATIONS The visitors of the NSS Innovation Room voted for the best innovation. Here are the results:
  1. Dutch Mounted Police - Situational Awareness
  2. AGT International - Real-Time Intelligence Center
  3. IC3DMedia - InterACT
VIDEOS
OPENING INNOVATION ROOM 21 MARCH


SECURITY DOESN'T MEAN SECRECY
PHOTOS

All photos by FJ Producties

 
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