The 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference has wrapped up, once again presenting innovations, education, cutting-edge technology and countless opportunities to network to over 5,000 industry professionals.
What’s next in security – latest product launches to feature at the Security Exhibition & Conference
The 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference will open this Wednesday at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. At a point in time when security technology and methodology is evolving at an unprecedented rate, the southern hemisphere’s largest security event stands as the crucible for cutting-edge solutions and the latest technology.
Diversified Communications have announced the launch of this year’s premier security event, and the 2018 ASIAL Security Conference.
This year’s Security Exhibition & Conference, which ran from July 26 – 28 2017 at the ICC Darling Harbour, Sydney, will likely stand out as showcasing the convergence Information Technology and Physical Security, which appears to now be complete.
World’s first professional certified outdoor robot and deep learning artificial intelligence search engine technology wowed exhibitors and visitors alike.
Leading security product and service suppliers including FLIR Systems, Hikvision and Inner Range are showcasing their latest solutions at this week’s Security Exhibition & Conference to a record visiting audience of industry professionals.
Genetec, a leading provider of open architecture security and public safety solutions, today announced it is attending the Security Exhibition & Conference in Sydney, Australia this week. The company will demonstrate its latest innovative unified physical security technologies that help integrators and end-users in transit, airports, enterprise, education, retail and government ‘Protect the Everyday’.
With so many innovative new products at the Security Exhibition & Conference this year, it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve picked 7 forward-thinking technologies to watch out for.
With the latest innovation and evolving technologies, security professionals are being advised to attend the 2017 Security Exhibition & Conference, Australia’s premier security industry event.
It is common place for employers and principal contractors to drive down employment costs by illegitimately disguising workers as independent contractors, particularly in sub-contracting out the works required. The security industry is vulnerable to ‘turning a blind eye’ to the compliance with the Fair Work in competing for security work.