Intersec China 2008
Intersec China is a brand new professional trading and information platform for products and services related to security and safety. The first edition of the show will take place from 23 – 25 September at the Shenzhen International Exhibition Centre. Organised by Messe Frankfurt in partnership with the Shenzhen CPSE Exhibition Co., Ltd (CPSE), this new specialised trade fair will house of all types of equipment, technology and services related to fire, security, safety & health, police, and home & building automation.
From national defence to homeland security, the safety and security market covers a wide range of products and services.Exhibits at Intersec China will be divided into six major categories to accommodate the sourcing needs and demands of the exhibitors and visitors.
The six categories are Security – access control, alarms, biometrics, CCTV, identification systems, monitors, etc. Home & Building Automation – intercom & communication system, intelligent appliances, home security system, integrated community security system, etc. Fire – fire protection, fire safety equipment & service, etc.
Police – disaster prevention, life detection & rescue equipments, anti-explosion detection system, uniforms, traffic systems, etc. Safety & Health – personal & workplace protection / safety equipment, etc. Information Technology Security – hardware and software for data and system security, etc.
This comprehensive exhibition and business forum is the ideal place for manufacturers and suppliers of all type of safety and security products and services. Special feature: China International Intelligent Building Expo
Intersec China will place special focus on products and technology dedicated to home & building automation. According to the Ministry of Construction in China, application of home automation system is becoming more popular in the mainland. The public is becoming more interested in high-end home security systems. The concept of intelligent building (Smart Homes) has rapidly expanded in China and further developed in recent years. By 2010, 60% of the homes in medium to large cities will become smart homes.
Intersec China will set up a special zone called the China International Intelligent Building Expo for those exhibitors who manufacture and supply home automation products. This special zone will be marketed as an added attraction for buyers.
China's increased investment in safety and security related projects. Across China the demand for safety and security products is growing. The Chinese government is becoming more security conscious and improving its police and emergency forces on various levels.
China Public Security Publication conducted a market research and found that in 2008, the safety and security market size for China is estimated to be RMB200 billion (USD26.6 billion) and will reach RMB300 billion (USD40 billion) by year 2020. For the next few years, the market is expected to soar due to various upcoming events and projects taken by the Chinese government.
The 2010 Shanghai World Expo and the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games are all part of China's big national infrastructure investments. There will be large demands in all types of safety and security products, including surveillance cameras, anti-burglar, anti-fire & access control systems, just to name a few.
The immense expansion of China's safety and security industry is driven by a number of domestic safety and security investments. According to the Ministry of Public Security in China, the Chinese government has chosen 59 cities since 2006 to participate in the project called "Safety City". The project mainly involves infrastructure and existing security system upgrading and creating government polices aiming to fight the increase in crime rate. An extension project, "Project 3111" has also been implemented to strengthen the modernisation on three different levels: provincial, municipal and individual counties within the chosen cities.
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