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ISC Brazil: R$ 850 million in business for the security market

ISC Brazil: R$ 850 million in business for the security market

ISC Brazil 4.0, with 15,000 visitors expected from the 6th till the 8th March 2018 at Expo Center Norte in Sao Paulo, will bring more than 150 brands to the 15,000 square meters of exhibition space, with 100 hours of event content and R$850 million in expected business generation.

ISC Brazil 2018 will present integrated solutions, equipment, and services for all security needs, for big and small companies, serving various segments of the economy. It also provides a special space for event content and real experiences in using new technologies,” says Thiago Pavani, manager of ISC Brazil. 

According to Pavani, the digital security area will get extra space at this year’s edition, and will be one of the highlights of the trade show. This edition is celebrating a 20% increase in new exhibitors, which includes digital security companies, 40% more brands in public security, and a 15% increase in electronic security – which accounts for 80% of business carried out at the trade show. These sectors will also be represented at the event through the participation and support of 15 industry associations.

Another highlight will be the generation of information, training, and new experiences that are the result of ISC 2018 event content. Product demonstrations will include complex systems at the ISC Experience, professional modernization courses, and technical training with the ISC Brazil 4.0 Congress and Info Security Brazil, which will focus on digital security as its central theme.

To participate in the seminars and presentations, and to visit the trade show, you must fill out the free registration form for the event at the website http://www.iscbrasil.com.br/Credenciamento/. The trade show is organized and promoted by Reed Exhibitions Alcantara Machado.

by the Editorial Staff

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