A trip to SecuTech Expo from 31 March to 2 April, 2005 in Taipei World Trade Centre, Taiwan, will ensure participants establish direct contact with the entire assembly of OEMs/ODMs in Asia. SecuTech Expo is the only trade show that takes buyers to meet every original manufacturer in Asian security circles. It is the best shortcut to establish international partnerships with the manufacturing powerhouse of the world - Asia. This year, SecuTech Expo - to be held in Taipei World Trade Centre from 31 March to 2 April - is slated to gather more than 500 top-notch suppliers and 1500 electronics security products. Visitors can deal with the very source of products and find the most competitive price for their business. With more than 80% of the exhibitors original manufacturers, particularly from Korea, Taiwan, China and Japan, carrying products such as cameras, DVRs, video servers, video processors, access control, alarms, etc, SecuTech Expo is the ideal place to select excellent OEM/ODM partners. Highlights of SecuTech Expo 2005 include: IP Surveillance Pavilion; CCTV Pavilion; Access Control Pavilion; The complete list of SecuTech Expo 2005 exhibitors is available on http://www.secutech.com/en/secutech/direct.asp. Bosch Security has joined the team of presenters at Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF). Coinciding with SecuTech Expo from 31 March to 2 April, GDSF also features other heavyweight speakers such as Intel, Pelco and GE. Global Digital Surveillance Forum is dedicated to the multifaceted development and application of digital surveillance. In its fourth year, GDSF welcomes participation from some important security players to share their invaluable wisdom on the development of IP surveillance. Amongst them, Bosch will have Alan Everid, senior product manager of CCTV, to talk on 'Advances in video content analysis and IP video systems in transportation and retail applications'. He will deliver on the insight of how intelligent systems, aided by IP surveillance, improve the monitoring of sensitive areas, data distribution and analysis in transportation hubs. The audience will also have the opportunity to hear how IP surveillance can be applied in retail environments, with special focus on loss prevention and suspicious transactions. In addition, leading players from the security industry such as Intel, GE, and Pelco will also share their intelligence in IP/network surveillance with the audience. All these big shots will definitely set GDSF as a not-to-be-missed event to SecuTech participants. And it is slated to grab more attention in March than last year's crowds of some 2000 attendees. GDSF is an annual spectacular promoting digital surveillance business in Asia and probing developing network trends of digital surveillance. At the same time, it creates a unique opportunity for the industry to share the practicable intelligence of system designing in various applications. Furthermore, the event enhances the communication between IT and security sectors. The forum is a major gathering occasion for Asia's security channel players, system integrators, as well as international buyers, digital surveillance suppliers, IT players and end users.
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