Securex Preview 2019

Securex Preview 2019 Conferences & Events

Securex is upon us once again and Hi-Tech Security Solutions is here with another brief preview of what the show has to offer. While we have tried to include as many of the exhibitors in our preview, it is simply not posssible to include everyone. Be sure to pick up a Show Guide at the entrance when you visit to ensure you get to see all the companies in your area of interest.

It’s not only the exhibitors that are making waves at this year’s show, however.

• There will also be a number of presentations in the free seminar theatre, covering a host of pertinent topics. You can find out what’s when at www.securex.co.za/seminars.php

• If you haven’t registered for the show yet, head over to www.securex.co.za and sign up for free.

• The highlight of the show will undoubtedly be the Hi-Tech Security Solutions; stand (Ok, maybe not, but you should stop by anyway.)

In the meanwhile, have a look at the following teasers to catch a glimpse of what’s in store. (As of writing this, all of the stand numbers have not been finalised and we therefore have not included them, but they will be in the Show Guide, which is freely available at the entrance.)



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