14th edition of IFSEC security event welcomes the 150 brands in India

14th edition of IFSEC security event welcomes the 150 brands in India

14th edition of IFSEC security event welcomes the 150 brands in India

Listen to this Article

The International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) India Expo, South Asia’s largest security, civil protection, and fire safety show, by Informa Markets in India, is running its 14th edition at New Delhi. The exhibition event was inaugurated by the Indian government minister Shri. Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma, Honourable Minister MSME and Shri. Kaushal Kishore, minister of state for housing and urban affairs.

 

Organisers expect the exhibition to draw over 8,000 business visitors and 150 brands as participants.  Hon. Minister Shri. Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma, said at the show, “IFSEC India 2021 is all about showcasing novel technologies and equipment in the security industry and bridging the gap between companies participating from around 40 nations. This is a great platform to highlight vital dimensions in surveillance, for a place as small as a public store to as big as an airport”.

Speaking on IFSEC India’s 14th edition, Mr. Rajesh Chropa Managing Director of Bluei says, “The security market in India has developed at a CAGR of 14%, it is relied upon to be additionally determined by the upgraded digitization during the pandemic and necessity for security alongside development of modern edifices, public foundation, and private buildings. Proactive approaches and drives like smart cities and Atmanibharat energized by the Govt. of India are permitting an environment where organizations can be grown all the more effectively by allowing industry status to additionally catalyze this development”.

Mr. Vanjul Chopra Executive Director of Bluei Security, “Industry where up-gradation of technology is the very key to surviving competition, the IFSEC India Expo provides high-impact, informative demo and a wealth of opportunities for visitors to network and learn about new technologies. Increasing population, growth in urbanisation, expansion of trade, infrastructure, and mass transportation systems are fuelling expectations for greater security measures, predominantly in critical national infrastructure projects.” Also, he added, “The government of India’s initiative of building vital infrastructure projects including new airports, mega ports, highway projects, metro systems, and the development of smart cities across the country is allowing an ecosystem where businesses can develop and grow”.

Leave a Reply