Almost 50 per cent of visitors to TB Forum, the technology showcase taking place in Moscow from 11-14 February 2014, have declared an interest in access control products and systems.
The players on the Russian access monitoring and control system market have mentioned the positive dynamics of this segment development in the Forum 2013 exposure.
According to the information from IMS Research, such trends as encryption and multi-technology readers are taking centre stage in the access control market.
The global multi-technology reader market was worth an estimated $33 million in 2012, up from $30 million in 2011, according to the latest access control research from the agency.
“Although multi-technology readers have been around for many years, these devices are now being installed in more applications than ever before,” said Blake Kozak, senior analyst for access control, fire and security at IHS.
Multi-technology readers are expected to be one of the key sections of interest at TB Forum 2013. Following the latest trends and request of the market TB Forum exponents aim to present their latest developments.
Participating in TB Forum will help businesses:
- Draw the attention of worldwide access control suppliers, buyers and related practitioners.
- Find reliable partners and distributors.
- Reduce risks of entering the Russian market.
Anders Johansson, Milestone Systems, said: “The exhibition is excellent. A great amount of attendants. All our partners, who works on stands, are satisfied with results. It worth mentioning the number of specialists who currently consider projects, search equipment and are interested in novelties.”
TB Forum features:
- Over 250 exhibitors from 15 countries
- 50+ events within Workshop and Keynote Theatres
- 20+ ministries and national departments
- 70+ Russian and global media
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