Medvedev experienced Smilart for himself
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev decided to become better acquainted with the security systems of the Moscow underground subway rail network and toured the underground system. He chose the Okhotny Ryad station as a test and was accompanied by the mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin, by the Transportation Secretary, Igor Levitin, by the head of the Ministry of Emergency Response, Sergei Shoigu, by the head of the Federal Security Service, Alexander Bortnikov, and also by the Secretary of the Interior, Rashid Nurgaliyev.
Smilart’s system was among those that operate in the Moscow Metro and President Medvedev is seen here by one of the terminals that connect directly to the main operations desk.
The President surveyed the public warning system, which is a suspicious activity control complex incorporating radiation monitoring and explosives detection and another system designed to inspect baggage and passengers. Smilart is proud to help keep the public safe.
Security and Safety — SFITEX 2010
October 5-8, St. Petersburg: 19th International Forum "Security and Safety – SFITEX". Smilart was a key participant and sponsor of the largest industry event in Northeastern Europe. Leading companies from around the world showcased the latest equipment designs, modern technology, recent advances and innovations in all areas of security.
Officially supported by: The Security Council of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation Ministry for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Disaster Management, Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Federal Service for Technical and Export Control Service of the Russian Federation, Federal Service for Transport Supervision, Management Federal Security Service of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, Office of President of the Russian Federation in the Northwestern Federal District, the Government of St. Petersburg.
For the first time ever, the forum included a specialized co-program, the International Specialized Exhibit as part of the "INFORMATION: ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION" program. Virtually the entire spectrum of modern information security was presented: software, hardware with software combined, and hardware data protection. In 2010 more than 230 companies from around the world participated in the forum and increased exhibition space by 30% relative to 2009. Permanent members were joined by many new companies. Many of them who for whatever reason could not attend in the previous years came this year. More than 90% of the participants noted the high level of attendees.