Published on 12 March, 2013
|AIPS 2013 features 16 exhibitor seminars to present latest developments
AIPS 2013, taking place from 13 to 15 March 2013 in Pavilion 9B of the Atakent Exhibition Centre, will now feature 16 seminars from exhibitors presenting their latest developments. The event’s business programme is expanding by the day, and seminars from four producer countries will be dedicated to the in-demand area of automatic gaseous fire suppression.
Gulzana Abdusharipova, Exhibition Manager: “An advantage of AIPS is that is takes place alongside KazBuild Spring now held under the Kazakhstan Construction Materials brand and KazRealty exhibitions. Preliminary telemarketing figures show that around 5,000 industry professionals will be attending the events.”
Over 50 companies from Belarus, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Sweden will exhibit at AIPS 2013.
Exhibitors will include Kazakhstani representatives of major American, Russian, Japanese and South Korean companies, and their presence expands the horizons and enhances the status of AIPS. The latest products from world-famous producers of integrated security and video surveillance systems, innovative fire-fighting solutions, special equipment and much more will be on display.
“I am confident that AIPS, due to its huge number of new solutions and proposals, becomes more and more important every year"
Rustam Safargaliev, Access Control Systems Department Manager at the Kazakhstani company Intant, was pleased with the preparation and professionalism of the AIPS 2012 visitors. “The visitors are not a random cross-section, they are interested in the market. I would say 90% of visitors knew exactly what they wanted. They came to us asking questions like “What kind of video surveillance or access control products do you have?”, which I really liked. It greatly increased the efficiency of our work at the stand.”
Viktor Gusev, General Director of Egida: “I am delighted that AIPS becomes a more and more respected event every year. In 2012, we managed to combine the formats of B2B and G2B (government-to-business), which without a doubt has made participation in the event a lot more effective for our exhibitors. The meetings that took place here were very important ones.”
Alexander Yakovlev, Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in Kazakhstan, in his welcome letter speaking about the importance of AIPS: “I am confident that this exhibition, due to its huge number of new solutions and proposals, becomes more and more important every year, and ultimately enhances the security of the state, every citizen of Kazakhstan, and of visitors to the country. It is at this exhibition, and in communicating with participating companies and exchanging views and discussions at stands, that each professional can assess and learn about new developments and technologies and learn from the experience of colleagues. On the whole, participation in the exhibition is not just a regular presentation of achievements in security systems it is a real tool for shaping a modern and efficient public security system. I am sure that the methods and innovations of this year's exhibition will prove extremely popular with professionals.”
AIPS has become a regular springtime meeting place for security, surveillance and fire safety professionals. Since its launch three years ago, it has grown into the biggest security event in Kazakhstan, with the vast majority of the region’s key companies showcasing their new developments and products. Kazakhstan’s market attracts more and more attention from abroad every year, and this is reflected by the large numbers of international representatives.
AIPS 2013 is a chance to learn about the current demands of customers, find out what competitors are planning, and meet a trade audience face-to-face. For more information on the event, its business programme or its exhibitor list, please visit www.aips.kz.
AIPS is organised by Iteca and Atakent Expo together with Egida. Egida is also the General Sponsor of the event this year. Media support is provided by 19 outlets from Kazakhstan, Russia and Europe.