Fire & Safety, concurrently held with Secutech Taiwan 22 – 24 April 2020, will have international and local manufacturers showcasing products and solutions for best practices in fire safety for various verticals as well as effective disaster prevention and mitigation technologies.
Countries from the APAC region is expected to see an increase in fire safety demands as an increase in infrastructure developments requires both in passive and active fire safety equipment. Government regulation also plays a major role in the increasing demands as strict laws and regulations will require many buildings to implement certain standards in fire safety technologies.
The global value of disaster and emergency management is predicted to see an increase from USD 107 billion in 2019 to USD 148.5 billion by 2024 with a CAGR of 6.8 per cent. The increase will be due to unpredictable natural disasters from climate change as well as potential man-made incidents that could fuel the events. APAC region will be amongst the fastest growing market with governments demand to implement top of the line technologies for disaster management.
Displaying a range of fire safety and disaster management technologies
When Fire & Safety begins in April, it will have no shortage of products for enhancing fire safety. The smart factory sector will include instrument testing equipment, personal protective equipment, safety and management of plant/park intelligent perimeter protection and plant disaster prevention (earthquake/fire explosion). Visitors will expect to see companies including 3M, Draeger, DuPont, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, LHD, Moxa, Rotarex and UTC.
Medical institutions will also be a highlight for fire safety protection. Visitors will see a range of products such as waterway sprinkler, fire alarm system, evacuation equipment, ventilation and smoke exhaust, fireproofing material, smoke prevention elevator, building door and window installation sensing system, intelligent bedside care system and personnel safety positioning. Exhibitors will consist of Ching Gu Electronics, HEX Safety, Horing, Red Bridge, RIHSI, SAFE, Sheng Yang and Wizmart.
Lastly, a number of disaster prevention and mitigation equipment will be on display, including earthquake early warning system, flood protection equipment, disaster relief drone, fire rescue vehicle and fire extinguishing equipment. Onsite there will also be an earthquake simulation zone where visitors can see a live demonstration of technologies being utilized for earthquake situations.
Showcasing Technologies for a Safe and Smart City
Secutech International will have several sections within the fair for showcasing products and solutions for safe and smart cities. The show will consist of Smart Building, Smart Factory, Safe City, Mobility, Fire Safety & Disaster Prevention and Information Security sections.
Connecting through Business Matching
The business matching programmes will return to offer a unique and effective one-on-one service to introduce exhibitors to VIP buyers. In 2019, Secutech successfully arranged 319 business matching sessions, connecting exhibitors with key distributors, systems integrators, property developers and contractors in the APAC region.
Secutech is organised by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd. The next edition will take place from 22 – 24 April 2020.
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