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eBOS will participate in Eurosatory 2024

eBOS is excited to announce its participation in the Eurosatory exhibition, which will take place in Paris from June 17-21, 2024. As a prominent player in the field of research and development, eBOS will be featured at the Cyprus Pavilion Hall B5, Booth BC319, where we will present our latest technological advancements stemming from our involvement in over 70 EU-funded projects.

Eurosatory is the essential global event for Defence and security professionals, providing a unique opportunity to connect manufacturers, start-ups, key stakeholders from all over the world, and public and private Defence and security market players. 

This year’s exhibition will focus on Defence, Security, and responding to multiple crises, reflecting the rapid global transformations in these sectors. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with top experts, government representatives, international institutions, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Visitors to the eBOS booth will have the opportunity to explore our ground-breaking innovations, including insights from the HERMES EDIDP project. The HERMES Data Exchange Platform (DXP) represents a significant leap in cybersecurity for defence systems, showcasing our commitment to advancing secure and efficient information exchange in the defence sector.

About eBOS R&D

eBOS R&D is dedicated to pioneering future technologies, participating in over 70 research projects that enhance citizens’ lives and optimise business productivity. Our projects span diverse fields such as FinTech, RegTech, Governance, next-generation mobile networks (5G/6G), Cybersecurity & IoT, AI, and Defence. The European Commission has recognised eBOS as the leading company in Cyprus and one of the top SMEs in Europe for its significant contributions to research, development, and innovation under FP7, H2020, and Horizon Europe programs.

About HERMES Project

The HERMES project (Data Exchange Platform for the Cyber Defence of Autonomous Military Systems), funded under the European Defence Industrial Development Program (EDIDP), aims to develop a secure Data Exchange Platform for the cyber defence of autonomous military systems. Scheduled for completion by August 2024, this 33-month project addresses the critical need for secure and automated information exchange between Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) and other autonomous military systems. HERMES DXP is set to revolutionise autonomous military systems by ensuring cyber information superiority and enhancing the interoperability and reliability of cybersecurity applications.

Learn more about Hermes project