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Security and Government Expo Canberra, Where Technology Meets Operations

Security and Government Expo to be held at the Realm Hotel in Canberra, November 3 between 12-6pm, is only 6 days away – register here now and don’t miss the latest security technologies, the wide angle camera shootout and DFAT’s Luke Williams’ presentation in your home town!

Security and Government Expo, brings together government and commercial end users, consultants, integrators and installers in the nation's capital to see the latest security solutions in a relaxed and informal atmosphere that's all about using the latest security technologies to overcome the most serious operational challenges. 

Security and Government Expo major industry partner ASIS ACT presents Luke Williams, chief security officer Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, who will speak on International Security Challenges, A DFAT Perspective. His presentation will deal with some of the challenges of protecting Australia’s embassies overseas.  

Security and Government Expo includes an application-specific demonstration of wide angle cameras with angles of view ranging from 180-270 degrees. This demonstration will give attendees the chance to make up their own minds which cameras they think handle challenging wide angle street applications the best. 

SAGE exhibitors include major industry sponsor, ASIS ACT, Dormakaba, BFT Automation Australia, TDSi, C.R. Kennedy, Bosch, Dahua, Axis, LSC, Pelco, Inner Range, Chubb, Add-on APAC, EKA, Avigilon, FSH, Direct Connect, Perimeter Systems, Gallagher, LED Sensormat, Geutebruck, NTT Communications, Sektor, Gunnebo, Honeywell, Ezi Security Systems and Hitachi, with Hills and Genetec sponsoring lanyards and drinks.

Register here and we’ll see you next Thursday at the Realm Hotel between 12-6pm! ♦

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