dessmann will make its debut at intersec from from 15 – 17 january 2012.
the increase in overall security threat perceptions worldwide has underlined the need to reinforce safety and security standards across the board. this has led to a huge increase in investment and expenditure on security infrastructure and commercial security systems by governments, public sector and private sector players.
commercial security is high on the agenda among commercial and government establishments across the middle east region, with growing demand for upgrading of safety screening, access controls and perimeter and premises monitoring systems. in fact, commercial security is one of the key growth areas at intersec 2012, the middle east security, safety and policing industry’s business and networking platform.
out of the 1,000 or so expected exhibitors to intersec 2012, being held at the dubai international convention and exhibition centre in january, over 500 will be leading manufacturers, suppliers and service providers of commercial security equipment and services. organiser epoc messe frankfurt expects keen interest in the field from trade visitors and delegates looking for commercial security solutions.
worldwide demand for security equipment and services continues to surge in today’s fraught security environment. recent figures released by the freedonia group indicate that global demand is projected to grow at 7.4% annually until 2014, when the market is expected to be worth $100 billion. emerging asian economies, countries of eastern europe and the middle east are expected to drive this increased spending on commercial security.
this year, dessmann will make its debut at intersec from from 15 – 17 january 2012.