Face recognition specialist SAFR has joined SecTech Roadshow, which will travel to 5 Australian cities in May.

SAFR Solutions can be used for occupancy counting, face mask detection, or touchless entry control, deployed on premises, in the cloud, or with a VMS. SAFR enhances security, heightens situational awareness, and delivers insights that improve operational efficiency and protect the health and safety of people everywhere.

SecTech Roadshow 2022 will be held in Perth on May 6 at the Perth Convention Centre, Adelaide on May 11 at the Adelaide Showground, Sydney on May 13 at the Hordern Pavilion, Brisbane on May 18 at the RICC and Melbourne on May 20 at the MCEC.

SecTech is a highly targeted touring security tradeshow, organised and promoted by SEN, that covers 5 state capitals over 2 weeks during the month of May, and attracts 2000 high quality visitors with annual spending authority of more than $A450 million.

The compact size and convenient local venues make SecTech Roadshow the perfect opportunity for integrators, installers, consultants and end users across Australia to get quality face time with the best suppliers and manufacturers and their electronic security solutions in a vibrant half-day.

SecTech Roadshow is a combined roadshow jointly promoted by all exhibitors, and by SEN, with all logistics handled by us. You deliver your show crates to us, and we’ll get them to your stand in each city, help you setup and help you pack up.

Sponsored by Dahua, exhibitors include SAFR, BGW Technologies, ICT, Pelco, A Motorola Solutions Company, Video Alarm Technologies, VSP, dormakaba, Salto, Tiandy, UNV, Mobotix, ASSA ABLOY, Interlogix/Hills, Nedap, SCSI, Avigilon, LSC, Digifort, CS Technologies, Allegion and Briefcam.

Space at SecTech is limited and with 20 exhibitors already on the truck, you need to call Monique Keatinge on 61 2 9280 4425, or email monique@sen.news to guarantee your spot at next year’s event!

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