Indesec Expo, India’s definitive exhibition and conference for the homeland security industry, will be held from June 20-22, 2011 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The expo is being held since 2009 and is supported by the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs.
The Indesec Expo 2011 will be focusing on the Indian government’s urgent need to procure the most advanced technological solutions in order to meet homeland/national security requirements. A large number of visitors are expected to attend the expo, which includes ministers, key decision makers, central police and paramilitary organizations, intelligence services, senior police representatives, etc. If you are a business visitor and want to network with the participants, then you should book air tickets
and reach Delhi to attend the expo on schedule. However, if you are coming from the US then consider taking business class flights to Delhi
for a comfortable travel as the flights are long haul.
Several exhibitors from India as well as foreign countries would be showcasing their exhibits at the expo, which includes solutions for cyber security, maritime and coastal security, airport security, border security, surveillance and target acquisition, critical infrastructure security, counter-terror intelligence, chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear (CBRN), armored vehicles, etc.
Don’t miss out on this significant event! Contact your travel agent and get good airline discount on your business class tickets to Delhi by booking early. Your visit to the expo will prove to be fruitful as you’ll get to see prominent companies displaying their latest products and technologies. The exhibitors at Indesec Expo 2011 include Tata Motors, Mistral Solutions, MKU, Streit Group, Lacroix Defence & Security, Getac Technology Corp, CAE, Saab Systems Grintek, and SIBAT, Camero Tech, Maresco Technologies & Temmek Optics Ltd from Israel, among others.
The two-day Indesec conference will hold key sessions on ‘Critical Infrastructure Protection’, ‘Homeland Security and Offset Policy’, ‘Electronic & Digital Surveillances’, ‘Center & States Partnering for Homeland Security’ and ‘Upgrading Technology for Border Management’.
The Indesec Expo 2011 holds significance for the homeland security industry as India is being considerably projected to become one of the largest players in the global homeland security market by 2020. According to a latest survey, about 6 percent of global procurement in the field of homeland security is expected to emanate from India, which is a 60 percent growth from its current expenditure estimate of 3.6 percent. Exhibitors at the expo stand to gain significantly with such a big market full of opportunities.