The 23rd edition of Secutech, held 27 – 29 April in Taipei, has once again taken its place as the focal point of Asia’s security industry amid the pandemic.
The 23rd edition of Secutech, held 27 – 29 April in Taipei, has once again taken its place as the focal point of Asia’s security industry amid the pandemic. This was confirmed by the presence of big name manufacturers and OEMs across a wide number of display categories, including commercial security, fire safety, building automation, cybersecurity, and transport safety.
In response to the growing role that video analytics and artificial intelligence has played in surveillance since the pandemic, a new AI Video Analytics Pavilion made its debut this year. The pavilion was the largest of its kind in Taiwan, featuring exhibitors such as Canon Marketing Taiwan, Bosch, NetBridge Genetec, aira, VIVOTEK, LILIN, 3S Systems, TDV and Panasonic. With video analytics becoming more wide spread, these exhibitors showcased hardware and software for a variety of security applications, including disaster prevention, manufacturing, transportation, healthcare and the commercial sector.
Apart from the pavilion highlights, the presence of big name manufacturers and OEMs was a key strength of this year’s fair. Many industry leading manufacturers of surveillance cameras and access control systems were represented at the Security & AIoT Zone, including Deeplet, Askey, WAFERLOCK, Network Optix, FUHO Technology, Hunt, RTStream and Hi Sharp.
Some other key features included:
SMABuilding – smart home and building technology with three key focuses: IoT and smart home technology, building automation and HVAC. The smart lock pavilion featured the latest solutions for commercial properties, residential buildings and industrial premises.
Mobility – Asia’s leading business platform for intelligent transportation solutions, covering railway, logistics and fleet management, including participation from the Taiwan Railway Bureau.
Fire & Safety – covering industrial safety, disaster prevention and rescue, including participation from the Taiwan fire department.
Alongside the physical fair, an additional 70 exhibitors were taking part digitally via the ‘Secutech Hybrid’ platform, helping exhibitors and buyers connect seamlessly from anywhere in the world.