Global security providers plan Australian product launches at Security Exhibition in Sydney
A number of global security providers have planned their Australian product launches around the Security Exhibition & Conference (24-26 July 2019) at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney.
With just one week until the Security Exhibition, sponsored by AXIS Communications, pre-event registration remains free at securityexpo.com.au. Tickets at the door will cost $25 per person.
“This is your opportunity to make sure you’re ahead of the game,” Event Manager Melissa Clendinen said. “You can gain hands-on experience with live on-stand demonstrations and discussions. Or you can come along to ensure that you’re offering competitive solutions, by comparing with the more than the 170 leading brands exhibiting.
“Some of these include Assa Abloy, CSD, Gallagher, Hills, Hikvision, LSC, Milestone, Seadan, Seagate, Ring and Genetec. All the way from the United States we have Lighthouse, Eagle Eye Networks and Selex/Leonardo. NVT Phybridge is joining us from Canada, Comnet from the United Kingdom and Protect Italia/Xafer from Italy. We also have Uniview from China, Vivotek from Taiwan, KBC Networks from Hong Kong and Link Technology from New Zealand.
“Now in its 34th year, the Security Exhibition & Conference is the largest, most established commercial event for the security industry in Australia. More than 5,500 members of the industry are expected to converge, representing the entire supply chain of manufacturers, distributors, security professionals and end users to connect and create unparalleled business opportunities.
“Tickets to the Gala Dinner, sponsored by MSS Security, hosted in partnership with the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) have sold out. However, places are still available for the Networking Drinks Reception, which is held after the first day of the Security Exhibition & Conference.
“The reception is the ideal place to continue business over a drink and canapés; network with industry peers, negotiate deals with a full spectrum of physical and electronic security suppliers by meeting face-to-face with new and existing account managers and reps. Exhibitors can register for free online, while visitors can purchase tickets at securityexpo.com.au.”