NEWTON, New Hampshire, March 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Halo Maritime Defense Systems (HMDS) is excited to announce that the company will be exhibiting its revolutionary new Guardian® Marine Gate. The HMDS Guardian® Gate has been under development for the past two years with the help of the US Navy. Boasting a 15-year design life, the HALO® barrier is the only barrier in the world to have been validated in independent, fully instrumented crash testing by the US Navy (see video here). Applications for the new technology include ports and harbors, oil and gas assets, nuclear power plants and other sensitive waterside infrastructure.
See the Guardian® Marine Gate fully operational here.
Hosted and organised by the Qatar Armed Forces, the 5th edition of Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition & Conference – DIMDEX 2016 –will take place in Doha from the 29-31, March 2016.
First held in 2008, DIMDEX has witnessed continuous growth to become a leading event in the international maritime defence and security industry calendar. DIMDEX is much more than just an exhibition; the three-day event also features the international strategic Middle East Naval Commanders Conference (MENC), the visit of warships to Doha Commercial Port and elite VIP delegation visits.
Be sure to visit Halo at DIMDEX - booth H6-218f.
About HALO: HALO Maritime Defense Systems (HMDS) provides Security Barrier Systems to protect strategic maritime assets like ports, naval bases, oil and gas facilities and other commercial maritime assets. Based on over a decade of research and proven technology used in the fabrication and deployment of wave attenuators, the HALO® Maritime Security Barrier is a new type of security barrier system employing advanced composite materials and using the water as the stopping force, providing a system that is proven effective, low maintenance and eco-friendly. HALO® is not a line of demarcation but rather a formidable, stable deterrent that effectively denies access to vital maritime assets.
SOURCE Halo Maritime Defense Systems