India Security Expo 2016

Building Safe and Secured Environments with Intelligence . Analytics . Mobility
2016-09-12 - 2016-09-14
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India Security Expo 2016
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Lay Eng
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India Security Expo is a unique trade exhibition showcasing security innovations and solutions with a specific focus on Intelligence, Analytics and Mobility. Co-located with InfoComm India - India’s premier exhibition and conference for the professional audiovisual and information communications industry, the two exhibitions integrate as a total solution platform for service providers and manufacturers to network with buyers and decision-makers from both public and private sectors for the protection of properties, assets and environments.
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By sectors: Oil and Gas/Engineering Consultancies, Data Centres, Banking, Finance and Insurance Infocomm Technology Companies (ICT), System Integrators and Installers, Telecommunications Operators, Security Consultancies and Agencies, Home Affairs / Homeland Security (Police/Immigration and Border Security), Communications and IT, Airport and Aviation, Policy Makers/Regulators
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Profile includes: Access Controls, Antivirus Software, Biometrics, Command/Control Systems Critical Infrastructure Protection Systems, Cybersecurity, Data Security and Management Digital and Mobile Forensics, Encryption, Geographic Info Systems, Geospatial Intelligence Imaging Systems, Intelligence Analysis Tools, IPsec (Internet Protocol), Perimeter Protection Solutions, Physical Security, Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) Public Safety Technology, Radio Communication Systems, Security and Storage, Software Intelligence, Surveillance and Detection, Telemetry, Track and Trace, Unmanned Systems Vehicles Monitors etc
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