Sicurezza celebrates its 30th year
13.09.2012 - Sicurezza, the two yearly international event, for trade members operating in anti-intrusion, fire detection, passive defence, home building automation, ICT security, intelligence...
Sicurezza, the two yearly international event, for trade members operating in anti-intrusion, fire detection, passive defence, home & building automation, ICT security, intelligence and anti-terrorism, products and services for local police and private security guarding, is getting ready to blow out 30 candles and further strengthen its key market position.
The trade show is returning to Fiera Milano (7th - 9th November) with the support of top associations from the industry - Anie Sicurezza, Assosicurezza, Aipros, Aips, Anvu, Asis Intenational, Assistal, Assiv, Cei, CNPI, Ersi, IMQ and UNI - and can count on the attendance of many leading companies who have already confirmed their participation.
It's proof that the event is still considered un-missable for the industry key players, manufacturers, distributors, installers, systems integrators, high volume users, institutions and law enforcers; an opportunity to meet people, to receive industry updates about the latest products and via a dense calendar of events boasting conventions and seminars organized together with associations and specialized media.
Amongst the various appointments, Sicurezza 2012 will host the General State of Security in Italy (Stati Generali della Sicurezza in Italia, organized by Anie Sicurezza and Assosicurezza in collaboration with Fiera Milano.
It will be an occasion for institutions, companies and trade members to discuss the future of the industry in Italy, and reflect on the importance of using new technologies with a view to bringing about convergence between technologies.
In addition, it will be possible to check out prescriptive novelties and certification facts and it will be discussing credit access: all vital to widening business horizons, for building new business opportunities and being recognized in Europe and the world, becoming more competitive both nationally and internationally.
The event about "General State of Security in Italy" is a further contribution in spreading "security culture", a subject which has always been important to the trade fair: a necessary step forward to assist
growth in a sector which, in a very difficult moment for Italy's economy, is seeking new ways to stimulate the market both on a national and international level.