The show held between 29 June – 1st July 2017 this year, is the largest security and fire safety event in the region, bringing together Indian and global suppliers and manufacturers of renowned surveillance, entrance and home automation industry brands along with consultants, business experts and key government officials to congregate, interact, network, see the latest innovations from world’s leading companies, source business solutions and gather invaluable expert support, all under one roof.
Security and Fire Expo (SAFE) – South India’ 2017, the three day trade show by UBM India,, successfully concluded its third edition at the Chennai Trade Centre. Chief Guest, Mr. Abhay Kumar Singh, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic), Chennai, Tamil Nadu; and Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India, inaugurated the show amidst an august industry gathering. The show was supported by the Electronic Security Association of India (ESAI) and Asian Professional Security Association (APSA).
SAFE – South India 2017 offered market-entry and business opportunities to industry professionals in the region who view security as a well-planned, prioritized and strategic investment, rather than a knee jerk reaction. In its third year, SAFE India grew in size and depth, attracting industry leaders and key exhibitors including its Premier Plus Partners — eSSL, Hikvision, Mark Electronics GPS, Unicam Systems and TVT; its Premier Partners — In4 Solutions & Zkteco, Road Point India, Starex & Orbit. Other key participants at the expo included Vamosys, Hash Control, Swipe Technologies, Spectra, Main Hardware, Vitaran, Matrix Comsec, Micro & Super Micro, Biomax and Realtime.
Over 70 renowned Indian and international security brands were showcased with close to 15 new brands & profitable business modules being introduced in the emerging market. The expo created an optimal environment for establishing professional relationships with industry influencers. Security and Safety managers from Hospitality, IT/BPO& Service Industry, Real Estate, Port Authorities, Power Plants, Logistics, Construction, Architecture, Automobile, Manufacturing, Retail, Jewellery, Health, Education, IT, Networking, Telecoms, Automation and BFSI were also present.
The SAFE South India expo came to security professionals at a time when the government showed its commitment to enhance its security budget by as much as 35 per cent, which included creating a dedicated homeland security department, developing co-ordinated intelligence gathering, protecting critical infrastructure and upgrading maritime security.