Security Essen: on-site event important for top players in Security
Security Essen, that will take place from 20 to 23 September at Messe Essen, is strengthening its position as an important on-site event and business platform for the security industry.
After Honeywell, Telenot and dormakaba are now also returning to the international security trade fair. Oliver P. Kuhrt, CEO of Messe Essen, sees this as confirmation of the concept of the event. “We are very pleased – he says – about the great response from the industry. The latest commitments of Telenot and dormakaba have a great signal effect. Their engagement and their ‘yes’ to Security Essen show: Our fair is attractive for the sector. Its thematic areas and comprehensive range of products make Security Essen the most important information, networking and ordering platform”.
VIDEO in HALL 5
The exhibition area “video” is one of the visitor magnets. Classic video surveillance has now reached a level of performance and is being developed further all the time.
PERIMETER PROTECTION in HALL 5 + 6
Suitable equipment is required to adequately protect sites, buildings and vehicles. A range of access and exit systems can be just as helpful as lighting or motion detectors.
ENTRANCE/ MECHATRONICS/ MECHANICS/ SYSTEMS in HALL 5 + 6
48% of visitors are interested in innovative solutions in the field of access/mechatronics/mechanics/systems. Especially foreign visitors focus their attention on exhibitors of this topic.
FIRE/INTRUSION/SYSTEMS in HALL 7
The second most popular segment at 46%. The fire/intrusion/system sector is subject to numerous legal regulations that are constantly evolving.
SERVICES in HALL 8
25 % of visitors are interested in the services section of the exhibition. Hardly any other sector is more diverse or affected by greater growth and change. In addition to property, event and personal security, these include money or valuables services and a secure cash cycle.
DIGITAL NETWORKING SECURITY in HALL 8
Digital and Networking has become an integral part of civil security. Therefore new possibilities, such as smart home, have been developed. New solutions require various measures, including specific software, to reliably protect sensitive data and networks from unauthorised access.