As Australasia’s premier security industry event approaches its 30th anniversary, we take the opportunity to consider how the Australian industry has evolved over the past 30 years and what will influence the ever changing face of security in the future.
The return of the Australia’s largest security show to Melbourne in June of this year marked the first time the show had been held outside of Sydney for over twelve years. In addition to being one of the more successful shows in the Security Expo’s long and illustrious history, the show’s return to Melbourne saw many great exhibitors return to the expo floor after a decade long hiatus. Just as importantly, the show’s return to Melbourne gave many great people from the industry, people who may not have otherwise attended such an event, a chance to explore the many new products and services on display.
MEDIA RELEASE 23 July 2014 Security Exhibition and Conference returning to Melbourne in 2015 Australasia’s premier security industry event, the Security Exhibition & Conference, will return to Melbourne next year, global exhibitions company Diversified Communications announced today. Following the outstanding success of the recent 2014 event – with record attendances, a sold-out floor plan months […]
The winners of the Best New Product Awards were announced at the Security Cocktail Reception. The awards celebrated innovation and excellence in the Australasian security industry and gave visitors the opportunity to vote for the Best New Product at the New Product Showcase. Best New Product Award Winner: IOmniscient – iQ FACE Finalist: Hills – Xandem […]
More than 4,500 security industry professionals from Australia and as far as The Netherlands converged on the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre for the 29th annual Security Exhibition and Conference last week – making it the most successful event in its history. Held in Melbourne for the first time in more than a decade, leading […]
Day two of Security 2014 has just wound up at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre with tomorrow; Friday, the final day of the event. Here at the show there’s been a great amount of visitors through the halls, interacting with the big brands exhibiting here at the show, asking questions and enquiring about products. […]
For the first time since 2001, the Security Exhibition has returned to Melbourne. Having been held annually for over a decade in the harbour city, the 29th iteration of the event breaks new ground at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Around the show floor there’s many highlights to be seen. More than 160 of […]
Xandem Tomographic Motion Detection (TMD), a groundbreaking new form of motion detection technology that sees and detects movements through walls, has been launched on the Australian market. This state of the art technology provides an unbeatable, full coverage security solution which will revolutionise the Australian security market. Xandem technology does not rely on optical beams […]
VUpoint is RISCO Group’s revolutionary live video verification solution. Seamlessly integrating IP Cameras within our professional security systems, and powered by the RISCO Cloud, VUpoint provides an unprecedented level of security with live video monitoring capabilities for both monitoring stations and end-users.
New Software ‘COM-SUR’ Standardizes Incident Reports and Enhances Surveillance for all Stakeholders Worldwide
Hayagriva Software introduces ‘COM-SUR’, a tool created to Standardize Intelligent Incident Reports and Enhance Surveillance, which will be showcased at the upcoming Security Exhibition and Conference at stand A28. Standardization ensures that: All stakeholders ‘speak the same language‘ Think of various stakeholders sharing one ‘industry standard’ incident report, as opposed to different kinds of reports. […]