Homeland Security India 2011 is a noteworthy event that will focus on homeland security technology, held in New Delhi. This event will be organized concurrently with ‘IFSEC India’ and ‘FIREX India’, and will display a wide range of technologies and innovations related to security sector. This is an excellent opportunity for leading suppliers and the end users to meet and explore the state-of-the-art technologies. It will gather solution providers, decision makers, government officials and buyers together, to learn about the latest innovations and technologies. The show will provide interactive platform for industry leaders from national and international markets, to discuss various contemporary and potential security requirements, industry issues, and obtain best solution for their security issues. Homeland Security India 2011 will concentrate on the security market and comprise of equipment, management practice and solutions, covering all aspects of government and private security industry.
The targeted visitors at Homeland Security India 2011 are: Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Defence, Indian Coastguard, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Shipping, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Central Police and Paramilitary Forces, Border Security Force, Bureau of Police Research and Development, Central Bureau of Investigation, Central Industrial Security Force, Central Reserve Police Force, Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force, Narcotics Control Bureau, Railway Protection Force, Ports and Shipping Companies, International Delhi-based Embassies, State Governments and Police, etc.
The profile for exhibits at Homeland Security India 2011 includes: Border control, Aviation and transport security, Maritime security, Urban security, Counter terror intelligence, Anti-terrorism Special forces, Critical infrastructure protection, Cyber Security, Disaster management, Secure Intelligence and Communication systems, Biometrics & RFID, Building Management Systems, CCTV Installation and Monitoring, Access Control and Intruder Alarms, Physical Security/Locks/Bolts, Law enforcement, Prison sector, Forensic science services, Armored Vehicles, Underwater Robots, Perimeter Security, Personal gear and Safety Equipments, Non- Lethal Weapons, etc.