SicherheitsExpo 2021: innovator for futuristic security technology
SicherheitsExpo will take place in person on the 24th and 25th November in the MOC, Munich.
The leading Security Exhibition in South Germany, with its top-class daily program, is an innovator for futuristic security technology. In addition to the security aspect, the focal point also includes the economic benefits of investments.
“The objective of the SecurityExpo Munich – they say from the Fair Company Netcomm – is to demonstrate the safety and security technology that protects from internal and external criminal attacks: Industrial plants, banks, clinics, transport companies, trade, railway stations, airports, museums, private households and public authorities”.
SicherheitsExpo is focused on:
– Building Security, Entrance Control, CCTV, Fire Prevention
– Perimeter Protection, IT- Security
– Alarm Equipment, Smart Home Security
More than 100 exhibitors will present their future-oriented technologies for the protection against criminal attacks. A rich lecture program will give participants the interesting chance to get to know the latest trends and developments of the Security sector.
“Exhibitors and attendees – Walter Richter, Owner of the Fair Company NETCOMM GmbH, says – can enjoy an exciting and informative event complying with the strictest hygiene and safety standards and, at the same time, offering again a place for personal exchange among specialists”.
A particular focus will be on cyber threats, which have been increasing dramatically since the beginning of the pandemic: to cope with the rapidly changing requirements of industry companies, trade, banks, schools and transports, exhibitors will present the most advanced solutions of cybersecurity and security technologies, such as RFID, NFC, Smart Cards, CCTV and biometrics.
SicherheitsExpo will be held for the 18th time in Munich with the patronage of the Bavarian Minister of home affairs Joachim Herrmann. As sector venue, the event gathers professionals of Security companies and enterprises, security officers, facility managers and architects, policemen and firemen as well.
by the Editorial Staff