IFSEC India 2015 – Enabling Security Industry to attain its Prime

Once again, it’s that time of the year when security professionals, solution providers and system integrators will come together at IFSEC India 2015 to showcase their latest innovations, discuss about issues faced within the industry and collectively seek to find answers to such issues.

Being a leader in security and fire safety industry, IFSEC India is constantly driven to spot emerging trends in a vein similar to every other industry. Team IFSEC India is always mindful of delivering on the industry’s expectations. The trust that the security and fire safety industry places upon us has alone helped us in becoming the largest security show in South Asia.

This year IFSEC India is expected to host 300 Exhibitors from over 20 countries such as UK, USA, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Lithuania, South Africa. At IFSEC India, we keep pushing our limits to create better value for our participant communities and this year we are aiming to bring together about 15000 trade visitors which exceed the visitor turnout by 25% from preceding year.

Also the plans announced by Indian government to give special impetus to security in its plan to develop 100 smart cities has also renewed interest in the sector as a result of which we are also exceeding our exhibition floor space this year to 18,000 sqm which will be a growth of 30% from preceding year.

We have also decided to set up segment specific zones such as Safe Cities,Home Automation, SME, IOT, RFID to attract relevant audiences.

This year companies such as Aditya, Autocop, CP Plus, Dahua, Enter, Godrej Security Solutions, Hi-Focus, Hikvision, Lookman, Milestone, Secureye, Tech Smart, Uniview, Zebronics have come on-board as our Premier Plus partners so far.

However, thus far our Premier Partners this year are Acsys, Avtron, Canon, Competition,  Honeywell, Infinova, Keeper, MR Impex, Messung, Nitgen, Ozone, Panasonic,Starex Global, Hayagriva, Wavesight.

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