Security and Fire Expo—South India 2018
28-30 June 2018 Hitex, Hyderabad
By 2050, the world will have more than six billion people living in urban cities. A lot of effort needs to go into making these cities safe, convenient and energy-efficient for the people to lead meaningful lives. For instance, a safe city should be able to provide 24X7 safety and security to its citizens, smart and new-age technology solutions across all walks of life and above all solutions that connect with each other seamlessly and in the shortest possible time.
Another big concern for any major city is to protect its residents against terror attacks. By adopting technologies that inhibit the movement of terrorists and also that help residents maintain a reasonable level of deterrence, we can ensure fool-proof security. This is an evolving area and more and more tech solutions are released each day. However, choosing the right security solution is based on the geographical location of a town, potential sources of security threats, the ease and accessibility of security solutions, and the skill level of security forces.
In order to address these challenges and to provide a unique platform that brings all stakeholders from the security industry together, UBM India, the organisers of IFSEC, are coming up with the 4th edition of SAFE – South India. This platform also provides a niche opportunity to small and big businesses in the security industry to better penetrate their target markets in South India.
Analysts are of the opinion that the rise in terrorist activities, growing crime rates, data thefts, remote monitoring, growth of public infrastructure, increasing IT spending, government initiatives and increasing security spending are all boosting markets for surveillance systems in India.
Another key requirement is to meet energy needs of a city. Energy-efficient solutions are the need of the hour and there is a lot of technology available that allow us to reduce energy consumption in even in areas where nobody thought we could. Similarly, smart cameras monitor traffic and can automatically divert traffic in case of congestion. We can look at many such examples where technology can help improve security and ease day-to-day challenges faced by residents.
SAFE 2018 will help in building stronger connections by oﬀering exhibitors a captive audience of like-minded prospective and current customers. While bigger brands can build stronger relationships and educate their buyers, niche brands can utilise SAFE as a forum to share their experiences. SAFE also gives its exhibiting brands signiﬁcant media exposure through the trade magazine and PR arm of UBM India, thereby securing its position as the most eﬀective business platform for brands to get the most out of their marketing budgets.