22-24 Jul 2020
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Last chance to register for the annual Security Exhibition & Conference

Jul 21, 2017 Event News

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.

With just under 5 days to go until the event, which is held at International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney in Darling Harbour from the 26 July to 28 July, Security Event Manager, Melissa Clendenin, encouraged anyone looking for an edge in the industry to register now or risk falling behind on the latest business technology and security solutions.

“Security Exhibition & Conference provides an annual chance to reunite for three days of quality networking and upskilling opportunities alongside a platform of the most innovative solutions in security.” Ms Clendenin said.

“With more than 4,500 attendees set to network face-to-face with 130 leading suppliers, including Honeywell, ASSA ABLOY, Hills and Axis Communications and many more, the Security Exhibition should be on every security professional’s agenda.” Ms Clendenin said.

Learn from a renowned education program curated by the industry for the industry

This year’s event includes a first-class education program taking place alongside the exhibition. The ASIAL Conference Program, a day conference aimed for security end-users, features an expert speaker line-up including Mario Gomez, Vice President of GoCrisis Management in the US, and Danny Baade Head of Security of Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).  Plus Executive Briefings run on the second and third day of the event, featuring in-depth briefings on Secure Building Design, Airport Security and more.

The 2017 Security Exhibition & Conference is also helping Australia’s security industry to address evolving electronic, physical and cyber threats with the introduction of a New Product Highlights Stage and the launch of the Cyber Security Zone.

Product highlights include:

  • Dahua’s X820 Drone, which is ideal for unmanned monitoring of large areas.
  • The weatherproof AllroundDual M16 by MOBOTIX featuring dual cameras for use in prisons, airports or sports stadiums.
  • ATOM by Amaryllo International, the world’s first auto-tracking robotics camera used to see, sense and track intruders 360 degrees and even from behind.
  • BioStation L2 by Suprema, the essential fingerprint terminal that provides comprehensive biometric access control.

These innovations and more will be on display over the course of the three-day event.

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