The portfolio will include access control products for parking, gates, and smart home equipment such as video door phone and control panels
The 16th edition of the show is expected to house more than 560 exibitors under one roof

Organised by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd, Secutech 2013 will be held from 24 – 26 April at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taiwan. The 16th edition of the show is expected to house more than 560 exhibitors under one roof. The security industry players from around the globe will display the latest products of surveillance, access control, parking equipment, integrated security solutions and more.

The Secutech mobile app is now operational. It highlights features such as pre-registration, exhibitor news, show updates and transportation. Mr Parson Lee, Managing Director of the organiser, is delighted with the new move. “Smart phones are now commonly used, and it is essential that the information of Secutech becomes easily reached. With the app, I believe the show participants can know the updates about the show efficiently.”

One of the biggest pavilions for access control in Asia. Secutech 2013 will present one of the biggest pavilions for access control in Asia. The pavilion is expected to include around 100 suppliers in 1,200 sqm exhibiting area. The portfolio will include access control products for parking, gates, and smart home equipment such as video door phone and control panels.

Shenzhen is a manufacturing base for security products in China. Top 50 manufacturers from the region are invited to form the first Shenzhen pavilion in Secutech 2013.

In addition, many internationally well-known brands will participate at the 2013 show. The brands include Dahua, Dali and Hikvision from China; Mobotix from Germany; Sparsh from India; Tamron from Japan; HDPRO and Micro Digital from Korea Dynacolor, Everfocus and Vivotek from Taiwan as well as Infinova from US.

In order to promote themselves, some brands offer cameras, transmission and access control systems or other featured products to visitors. Trade visitors who pre-register early on the show website or through Secutech mobile app will have a chance to win a product.

One of the highlights of Secutech will be the HD SDI demonstration, a unique arrangement to allow visitors to understand the performance of various products. New to this year’s show will be a demonstration area which simulates as a bank. The special setting showcases the quality of cameras more effectively. Exhibitors will also have an opportunity to introduce the products and interact with visitors.

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