9th edition of Secutech India to be held in April 2022


India’s leading security business event – Secutech India, originally scheduled in September 2021, has been moved to April 2022. Organisers focus on business learning and highlighting industry developments at Global Digital Security Forum this year.

In view of the impact of the second wave of Covid-19 on the industry, the situation to conduct the show in September remains uncertain. With an aim to ensure planning certainty for the event, the organisers have decided to take the pre-emptive decision to postpone Secutech India, originally slated from 16 – 18 September 2021.

A joint statement issued by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd and ABEC Exhibitions and Conferences Pvt Ltd stated: “We are glad to have the support from the industry and our exhibitors whose interests are at the centre of this decision. It is important that the event re-unites the industry and serves its objective of meaningful business encounters. In order to achieve this, exhibitors require adequate planning flexibility to present their brand and products to the trade visitors and buyers. We are committed to delivering a high-quality event and enabling crucial business learning for the sector.”

With a comprehensive safety concept strongly aligned with government guidelines, India’s leading security business event – Secutech India, will open its doors to the industry in April 2022.

Through a combination of focused exhibit zones targeting priority sectors such as Smart Cities, Smart Homes, Integrated Building Management System (IBMS), Banking, and Fire & Safety segments, the 2022 edition of Secutech India aims to draw attention to innovations in touchless access points, facial recognition, behavioural biometric access, temperature detection & monitoring, systems, queue management systems, electronic toll collection systems, cloud computing, systems, Li-Fi among others.

Global Digital Security Forum 2021: New Dates to be announced soon

The pandemic has changed the dynamics of both physical and digital security across the globe, augmenting new technology introductions and demand for contactless mobility, remote surveillance, and track-and-trace technologies. Amid settling in the new normal and getting business back on track smoothly, prioritising security solutions has become a need-of-the-hour for residential, commercial and public infrastructure.

In a bid to secure and ensure future-ready resilience of the corporate sector, highlight security developments and continue business learning, Global Digital Security Forum (GDSF) will take place this year with a new schedule. Messe Frankfurt India has confirmed that while the agenda is set, the new dates will be announced after consultations with the Conference Advisory Panel and industry stakeholders, when the industry can come together once again.