Shenzhen International Urban Security Expo

More than 200 exhibitors expected at first ever Intersec security show in China. Chinese government officials showcase their Safety City advanced security system. Special feature: China Public Security Forum, a platform for discussion, networking and information exchange. The first ever Intersec in China, scheduled for 23 25 September 2008 at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Centre, will feature more than 200 exhibitors and offer insider insights into China's fast growing safety and security industry.

The three-day event is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd and Shenzhen CPSE Exhibition Co., Ltd (CPSE). This new joint venture offers a professional marketing platform with six exhibition categories: Home and Building Automation, Fire, Police, Safety and Health, and Information Technology Security.

The comprehensive product categories and a discussion forum aim to satisfy the different needs of suppliers, buyers and visitors who will include more than 200 Chinese government officials from 20 provinces.

Chinese government officials showcase their Safety City advanced security system. Security and safety issues are high on the Chinese agenda which is reflected by the number of exhibitors, who have already signed for the show. The exhibitors include Chinese government initiatives.

China government officials from Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong, Guangdong and Shenzhen provinces will showcase their advanced surveillance systems used in the Safety City and Project 3111 initiatives in a special 600 square meter exhibition area called Safety City Zone.

The Safety City project was created in 2006 to build a stronger security system to fight crime and to set a model for other cities to follow. Fifty-nine rural and metropolitan cities including Beijing, Shanghai and some Guangdong cities were modernized with advanced technology and new policing techniques. This was followed by Project 3111 which further strengthened safety and security at a province, city and county level by creating a more solid and interconnected security system.

China Public Security Forum offers a platform for discussion, networking and information exchange. Running concurrently with the exhibition will be the China Public Security Forum held on 24 September. The forum is supported by the Science & Technology Committee of the Ministry of Public Security.

It offers industry players an insight into the latest policing techniques; issues affecting the industry and the opportunity to network with government officials, industry experts and enterprise leaders.

Discussions will include Project 3111 and government officials from Harbin and Shenzhen Municipalities, Jiangsu and Shaoxing Public Security Bureaus have been invited to discuss the future development of Safety City.

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