Show gives choice of selecting a wide spectrum under one roof
GN Bureau | December 18, 2015
In the age of need for security the 9th International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) India Expo 2015, held last week at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, offered a wide range of products.
Inaugurating the event, Delhi’s deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia acknowledged the awareness being raised the expo.
“We need better security systems this is somewhat mandatory in the current scenario. This kind of shows gives us to choose from a wide spectrum under one roof. I surely could sense that there is interesting equipments displayed that could be seriously considered for home security and public safety net,” said Sisodia.
Analysts are of the opinion that the rise in terrorist activities, growing crime rates, data thefts, remote monitoring, growth of public infrastructure, increasing IT spending, government initiatives and increasing security spending are all boosting markets for surveillance systems in India.
Against this landscape, as part of the world’s leading portfolio of security and fire safety events, IFSEC India provides an opportunity to its exhibitors and visitors to learn about the latest technology and industry trends and discover the best solutions to keep their business and clients secure amongst a showcase of products like CCTV & video surveillance, biometrics & RFID, integrated systems, access control, cyber security, integrated systems, physical security, perimeter protection, fire detection systems, intruder alarms and fire alarms on display.
Speaking on the launch, Yogesh Mudras, managing director, UBM India said, “In today's Indian landscape, security and surveillance requires rapid augmentation.”
The event was supported by the Asian professional security Association (APSA), ASIS International, British security industry association (BSIA) and Electronic security Association of India (ESAI).
Over 300 companies from 20 different countries participated in the 2015 edition; partners included Aditya, Autocop, Dahua, Enter, Hi-Focus, Hikvision, Lookman, Secureye, Securico, Tech Smart, Uniview and Zebronics. Premier Partners include Acsys, Advik, Avtron, , Com-Sur, Godrej Security Solutions, Honeywell, Infinova, Keeper, Messung, Milestone, MR Impex, Nitgen, Ozone, Panasonic, Starex Global and Wavesight.
Prasenjeet Bhattacharya - business head -security & mobility at Panasonic India Pvt Ltd aid “rising consciousness and awareness to adopt electronic security systems to protect populations,territory, and infrastructure has escalated demand across the city tiers and the fastest growing end-user industry is projected to be city surveillance. With India well established into the digital business era, IP systems have gained traction with the move from analog to digital, and the systems integration of digital IT networks and physical equipment has become the norm. The IT security market has matured with more players improving their security posture as well as more buyers across the private and government sector investing in digital security systems.”
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