Security 2011 Exhibition & Conference is a major security trade show in Australia and New Zealand featuring over 100 leading companies and brands.
The Security 2011 Exhibition & Conference organised by Diversified Exhibitions Australia will be held at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre between August 24 and August 26, 2011.
Now in its 26th year, the Security 2011 exhibition will feature extensive exhibition and seminar programs as well as an awards show. The exhibition and seminar series will showcase the latest advancements and trends in security technologies, training and know-how by key industry players.
Government and police security as well as infrastructure and facility management will be the key focus areas of Security 2011. The security exhibition will feature market leaders in CCTV and surveillance, alarm systems, access control, integration, biometrics, wireless and IT security.
The exhibition is expected to attract more than 4,500 visitors from government and private enterprises including security consultants, facility managers, security and safety officers as well as installers. The 2010 exhibition attendees had a combined buying power of more than $10 billion.
Leading brands such as Assa Abloy, ADI Global Distribution, Mobotix, Dedicated Micros, Genetec, NESS, AXIS, Motorola, Geutebruck, Identive Group, Cardax Australia and Gallagher Security Management Systems will be participating in Security 2011.
Expanded seminar series
An impressive list of industry speakers will be covering issues such as the impact of the NBN on the security industry, councils battling vandalism, local crime prevention as well as information and communications security.
New Product Showcase and 2011 Awards
Sponsored by Verint, a global leader in Actionable Intelligence solutions and value-added services, the New Product Showcase and Awards will be a highlight at the Security 2011 Exhibition.
The Awards are open to exhibitors launching new and innovative products in 2011, and the winners of New Product Awards will be announced at the Security 2011 Gala Dinner organised by ASIAL.
According to Kobe Johns, Exhibition Manager at Diversified Exhibitions Australia, the Security 2011 Exhibition offers a platform for security manufacturers, vendors and end users to meet and discuss new developments in the industry, see the latest new products and network with colleagues and customers.
The free-to-attend Security 2011 Exhibition is endorsed by the industry’s peak body, the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL).