Diversified Exhibitions Australia expects record visitor numbers for the Security 2011 Exhibition & Conference currently being held at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre. The security exhibition opened on August 24 with strong visitor numbers, up 15% from last year.
The Security 2011 Exhibition & Conference is Asia Pacific’s leading security trade show, currently in its 26th year of addressing the multidimensional complexities of personal, corporate and public security.
The first day of the expanded seminar program at Security 2011 Exhibition featured senior industry speakers including Nick Klein from Klein & Co, Tom Sykes from the NBN and Graham Ingram from AusCERT.
Mr Sykes outlined new business opportunities that the National Broadband Network will bring to security operators, encouraging them to explore next generation IP enabled services such as residential alarms, video monitoring and hosted CCTV solutions.
The Attorney-General's Department opened the associated ASIAL Conference, calling upon the private security sector to focus on natural disasters and other risks affecting security and business continuity.
According to Kobe Johns, Exhibition Manager for Security 2011 Exhibition at Diversified Exhibitions Australia, the exhibition offers an opportunity for security manufacturers, vendors and end users to meet and discuss new developments in the industry.
Product innovations premiered at Security 2011 Exhibition include:
- Innovative audio duress alarm that distinguishes between sounds such as glass break, aggression in human voice and gun shots, developed and marketed by STENTOFON in conjunction with UK company, Advanced Audio Analytics (Stand J24)
- Samsung Guard Robot, an unmanned control robot from South Korea for use in the military, on display at the Eos Australia stand (Stand D10)
- Version 4 of graffiti vandalism combating electronic nose solution launched by Graffit-e-Nose at the show, available with CCTV integration (Stand A31)