Secutech 2015 sets the buzz ringing

 Secutech India has emerged as an international exhibition and conference on electronic security, homeland security, fire safety and information security in India.  The 4th edition of this event, Secutech India 2015 was held in Mumbai during 12-14 March.
The event was a grand networking and marketing platform both for domestic and international industry players of the safety and security industry. In the past, Secutech India has featured security behemoths, global security brands, new technologies, exclusive product launches, workshops, demonstrations and many first-time exhibitors. The star attraction at Secutech India is its most comprehensive conference – Secutech India Safety and Security Conclave (SISSC).
The 2015 event, witnessed presence of over 300 top-notch exhibiting companies and over 1,700 brands from around the world ranging from infosec, electrosec, homeland security, BFSI, fire and safety, physical security, facility management services, technologies.
Secutech saw more than 300 brands being exhibited from 20 countries. There were more than 14,000 visitors, comprising of 75 per cent domestic visitors and 25 per cent of international visitors. The event saw more than 40 speakers from India and abroad. There were more than 300 VIP customers. The event also focused heavily on knowledge, with more than 15 Knowledge Series Workshop being conducted. There were more than 10 exhibiting countries.
There more than 100 shield nominations in more than 15 categories. The visitor portfolio comprised of several large corporate, multinationals and individuals. The event showcased products with innovations that are suitable for several verticals like BFSI, retail, healthcare, hospitality, transport, real estate, education and oil and gas.
The nature of the exhibitors comprise of about 70 per cent of manufacturers, with about 25 per cent of dealers and distributors. The exhibition saw the products being grouped into categories of several security products. Of all the groups, CCTV surveillance devices comprised of 40 per cent. The other dominant group of exhibits was biometric and access control. Some of the key exhibitors at the Secutech 2015 were from USA, UK, Middle East, Europe, China, Taiwan and Australia.

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