The Security Event

25-27 April 2023
NEC, Birmingham


Security Cameras


  • Letter
    • H
  • The security industry cannot look ahead to 2022 without first acknowledging the significance of 2021: a year that changed every aspect of our daily lives, including how we socialise, work, communicate and collaborate. As the world started to emerge from an unprecedented global pandemic, organisations in every industry re-evaluated every aspect of their business, from how they interact with their customers to how they manage their workforces, and how they go to market. 

    This new landscape has also created new types of security challenges. Employees, customers and partners increasingly are working from remote locations, sharing and collaborating through disparate online networks, which may leave data vulnerable to theft. And, as sites are monitored remotely, new public health and safety guidelines are governing how businesses operate.

    Hanwha Techwin has responded to these challenges with new products and solutions incorporating emerging technologies – from the cloud and automation to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and deep learning, and an array of connected services and processes. 

  • As the talent drought bites, countries across the world are feeling the pressure to work more efficiently.

  • The worldwide microchip shortage was caused by chip manufacturers having to cut production or shut down during COVID-19, customers cancelling orders as demand for products dropped, and then an unexpectedly rapid rebound in demand that suppliers weren’t ready for.

  • AI-driven cameras are about to change the way we live and work for the better. The number of security cameras worldwide is predicted to reach a billion in 2021. The combination of AI and next-gen open camera technology will go far beyond security to transform every aspect of life – and not in a “Big Brother” way.

  • It has never been more important for business to implement good health and well-being policies.

  • Hermes Investment Management chose Fastlane's Glassgate 150 was to secure the restored Ascent 1 building within Farnborough Aerospace Centre

The Safety & Security Event Series


The Security Event Logo   The Fire Safety Event   The Health & Safety Event The Work Place Event   National Cyber Security Show