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Intersec 2018 to feature 1,337 exhibitors from 59 countries

 

Intersec will open for the 20th time in Dubai next week and will feature 1,337 exhibitors from 59 countries. The three-day event will span 60,000sqm of exhibition space across 13 halls, and features 19 of the world’s top 20 commercial security solutions providers. More than 32,000 attendees are expected from 129 countries.

The show is divided into seven sections including Commercial Security, Fire & Rescue, Safety & Health, Homeland Security & Policing, Information & Cyber Security, Smart Home & Building Automation, and Physical & Perimeter Security.

The UAE is the second largest exhibitor country at Intersec 2018, with 223 exhibitors covering 10,500sqm of exhibition space, a six percent increase over the previous year. There are also 15 country pavilions from Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Korea, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, USA, and Russia.

Newcastle-based manufacturer of fingerprint biometric solutions ievo will be exhibiting alongside their META (Middle East, Turkey and Africa) distribution partner, NIT, an Ingram Micro company, who has partnering arrangements with reseller companies across 56 countries in the Middle East and West and Central Africa.

Stephen Thompson, export sales manager for ievo Ltd commented, “Our fingerprint biometric products have been designed specifically for the environment and climate of the Middle East and Africa. They are already IP65 certified with integral thermal management systems which enables functionality at up to 70°C and fully compatible with existing Paxton and other global integration software packages.”

Also exhibiting is India-based Matrix who will showcase its newly launched face recognition technology for mobile authentication. The telecom and security solutions provider will also display its cloud-based time and attendance and access control solutions.

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