Over 75 leading brands from across the security and fire industry will be represented including: Anixter, Apollo Fire Detectors, ASSA ABLOY, Axis, BSIA, ComNet Europe, CSL DualCom, Deister Electronic, Fire Industry Association, FLIR, Genetec, Hochiki Europe, Hikvision, IDIS, IndigoVision, Ingersoll Rand, Kaba, Milestone Systems, Morse Watchmans, ONVIF, Optex, Paxton, Pelco by Schneider, RISCO, Samsung, SALTO, SSAIB, TDSi, TYCO, Winsted and many others already confirming their support for the 2014 floor plan.
“We are thrilled that we are heading into IFSEC International 2013 with outstanding support behind us for 2014 already. Celebrating its 40th year, IFSEC will prove to be bigger and better than ever before, providing just a taste of what’s to come next year,” said Charlie Cracknell, Event Director IFSEC International.
“As the security and fire industries become more integrated, it is important that we cater for the needs of the whole buying chain. We are looking forward to showcasing the latest developments in the industry this year and are excited about relocating to London next year!”
James Kelly, CEO, British Security Industry Association, confirmed his support: “IFSEC’s new London base will serve to further enhance its attractiveness to overseas buyers as well as putting it on the doorstep of Government. We look forward to working with UBM to leverage the further opportunities that this will present.”
Additional updates for IFSEC International 2014 will see Security & Fire Installer Live, an annual installer programme launch for the first time. The programme will be a dedicated series for the installer and integrator market, with the major areas specifically addressed that this influential and important group of professionals have identified as critical to their business.
Commenting on the move to London and opportunities that surround it, Chris Pinder, External Affairs Director, National Security Inspectorate (NSI), said: “On behalf of the National Security Inspectorate may I congratulate UBM Live on recognising the increasing importance of the need to move IFSEC International and FIREX International back to London. I have no doubt that the move to London in 2014, which is fully supported by the NSI, will take both IFSEC International and FIREX International to a new level.”
The flagship trade events will once again run alongside IFSEC International and FIREX International as part of the Protection and Management Series, which are all free to attend for registered visitors. To find out more information about IFSEC International please visit www.ifsec.co.uk and www.firex.co.uk for FIREX International.