Maris-Tech to Exhibit at Milipol Paris 2023: Featuring its AI-Based Intelligence Gathering and Advanced Video Payload Solutions
The comprehensive range of innovative solutions provides remote and autonomous platforms a technological edge in a wide range of law enforcement, homeland security and defense applications
Rehovot, Israel, Oct. 09, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Maris-Tech Ltd. (Nasdaq: MTEK, MTEKW) (“Maris-Tech” or the “Company”), a B2B provider of AI accelerated video solutions for edge platforms, today announced its participation in the upcoming Milipol Paris 2023 (November 14-17,2023) at the Paris Norde Villepinte exhibition (“Milipol Paris 2023”). The Company will showcase its high-performance intelligence gathering solutions for remote and autonomous platforms – powered by artifical intelligence (“AI”) at booth 014, Hall 4E.
During Milipol Paris, the Company will demonstrate the capabilities of its innovative Jupiter family, including the recently launched ultra-compact AI-powered Jupiter-Drones and other ruggedized products suitable for a wide range of applications, including intelligence gathering, public safety and emergency services, safe city, and covert missions.
“Maris-Tech’s leading-edge products are highly regarded in the homeland security, drone, and law enforcement markets. Participation in Milipol Paris 2023 is part of our continued efforts to expand the Company’s commercial activities and penetrate new markets,” said Israel Bar, Chief Executive Officer of Maris-Tech.
Milipol Paris is a leading international event for law enforcement and homeland security, highlighting technological innovations that meet current and emerging needs.
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Nir Bussy, CFO
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