Chennai: UBM India, organisers of IFSEC India, the signature expo on safety and surveillance, is all set to bring in the third edition of ‘Security and Fire Expo (SAFE) – South India’. Slated for 29th – 1st July 2017’ at the Chennai Trade Centre, the expo aims to bring together over 70 renowned Indian and international brands from surveillance, entrance and home automation industry, as well as consultants, business experts and key government officials from the industry to congregate, interact, network, view the latest innovations, source business solutions and gather invaluable expert support, all under one roof. The expo is supported by the Electronic Security Association of India (ESAI) and Asian Professional Security Association ( APSA ).
Revenue spends on security is predicted to continue to grow in 2017 and is projected to reach $1.24 billion. As such, the dire need for upgraded security solutions has prompted spends on security services (which includes consulting, implementation, support and managed security services) to be higher than ever before. The security services revenue accounted for 61 percent of total revenue spends in the last couple of years, and this proportion will increase to 66 percent by 2020.
With a special focus on the key South India market, SAFE 2017 will provide an opportunity for visitors to learn about the latest technology and industry trends and discover the best solutions to keep their business and clients secured. SAFE – South India is the key Security and Fire event in the Southern market of India with products like CCTV & video surveillance, biometrics & RFID, integrated systems, access control, cyber security, integrated systems, physical security, perimeter protection, fire detection systems, intruder alarms and fire alarms on display.
Speaking on the announcement of the 3rd edition of SAFE 2017, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, Today, governments all over the globe are unanimous on the need to provide a safe environment for its citizens. This has opened up a huge market, setting the stage for fierce competition amongst the leading players in the security industry. Several organizations globally and in India, are now realizing the vital need to refurbish their security strategy, and discuss cutting-edge technologies to monitor as well as surmount accidents. Similarly, the demand for video surveillance in India has grown not only in corporate houses but also risen sharply among the RWAs and security agencies. Security systems like Access Control, Biometrics, Alarm Systems, Transport Security, Home Automation, Perimeter Security and Metal Detectors are constantly being upgraded and have immense potential to secure lives.”
He added, “With South India being such an important business hub for commercial and homeland security in India, UBM India with SAFE-South India 2017 intends to offer market-entry and business opportunities to the growing market in this region, while strengthening the supply chain cycle of the industry.”
The expo will also be a launch pad for leading security companies to introduce products in an emerging market, whilst establishing relationships with key decision-makers. The congregation will see professionals from across the industry including security and safety managers from Hospitality, IT/BPO & Service Industry, Real estate, Port Authorities, Power plants, Logistics, Construction, Architecture, Automobile, Manufacturing, Industrial, Retail, Jewellery, Health, Education, IT, Networking, Telecoms, Automation, BFSI.
In its third year, SAFE India has grown in size and depth, attracting industry leaders and key exhibitors including our Premier Plus Partners ESSL, Hikvision, Mark Electronics, GPS, UNICAM Systems and TVT; our Premier Partners In4 Solutions, Road Point India, Starex, Orbit and ZKT Eco. Other key participants at the expo include Vamosys, Hash Control, Swipe Technologies, Spectra, Main Hardware, Vitaran, Matrix Comsec, Mantra, ERD, TS Infosystems, Commnet, Swaraj Secutech, Pictor, Copper Connections, WYSE, Green Field, Supreme Computers, Micro & Super Micro.