The next edition of SICUREZZA will be back in less than a year, from 13 to 15 November 2019 at Fiera Milano. Reportedly, many major companies will showcase their best solutions at the Italy’s leading trade fair in security & fire sectors and a must-attend international event for European players.
Video surveillance is a widespread industry, but video cameras are enhancing their performance and are reportedly more sophisticated and an integral part of complex systems. This is leading to the multiplication of settings that are becoming test benches for the most innovative technologies, providing HD images and being effective with any kind of lighting and weather condition.
The recent debate in Italy about the possibility to install video cameras in kindergartens and hospices says it all – the aim is to turn this technology in a tool that can be a deterrent and a defence for weaker categories, while respecting everyone’s privacy.
The access control sector is getting smarter, thanks to electronic locks and increasingly sophisticated biometric solutions, which can archive and monitor thousands of different users. On the other hand, the anti-intrusion segment is becoming progressively more oriented towards the integration of home or office management functions that can be controlled remotely via apps.
State-of-the-art modular solutions and data transmission systems allow for the transfer of vast quantities of information in real time from all the various types of sensors, with the possibility of identifying anomalies and immediately monitoring situation and activities.
Besides efficient, new security technologies are asked to face an important challenge especially in view of the recent enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Data processing is even more challenging because security data goes beyond protecting them and preventing risks. In the Internet era, the security of data, things and people are a strategic asset to ensure the benefit and effectiveness of any type of technology.
Security is no longer just a technical matter, but a corporate governance responsibility. Whether we are talking about companies, cities or shopping centuries, security related decisions are a value on which clients base their idea of reliability.
In this ever-changing context, players’ competency becomes essential, because security has become a topic for many people – constructors, designers and installers (who must comply with GDPR as well as major users and private citizens, who can now integrate their security systems, thus being a resource for the entire community. The security culture is something that any constructor and representative of the supply chain are asked to feed continuously.
SIZUREZZA 2019 will be back to consolidate all this with its rich panel of high-profile meetings, organised in collaboration with associations and publishers who will inform and update all of the players in the industry.