Baku, October 18 AZERTAC
Securika CIPS 2016, the 9th Caspian International Protection, Security and Rescue Exhibition, the region’s only international trade exhibition on security, will take place from 19-22 October at Baku Expo Center in Azerbaijan. Securika CIPS 2016 is a recognized business platform where exhibitors get the opportunity to establish valuable contacts with professionals in the security field to further develop business. The exhibition also creates ideal conditions for developing the industry and reaching important strategic agreements.
This year, 16 exhibitors at Securika CIPS 2016, including companies from Azerbaijan, China, Russia, Turkey, and the USA, will present security technologies, video surveillance CCTV, rescue equipment, information security, smart cards, ID-technology, turnstiles, access control systems and integrated security systems. In the fire safety systems sector, visitors will be presented with well-known fire safety systems, fire and burglar alarms, fire cameras, fire sensors and detectors, special fire-fighting equipment and much more.
Traditionally, the exhibition will showcase industry trends. This year, the presentation of a series of innovative products will also include: “Arma Kontrol” – an automatic bollard designed to prevent terrorist attacks and is capable of disabling vehicles; Elide “Fire ball” – an explosion-fire prevention system that engages within 3 seconds of exposure to fire. It uses the HI-FOG water mist extinguishing system and it can be used both on land and at sea. Its unique advantage is that it uses dramatically less water than traditional fire suppression systems.
This year, the Securika CIPS exhibition will present for the first time since its rebranding. In 2017, as a result of this rebranding, the exhibition will come to be known as Securika Caspian, modelled on other international exhibitions, and it will be included in the safety exhibitions segment of ITE Group plc.
The exhibitions are organized by Iteca Caspian and its partner ITE Group.
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