Adria Security Summit, by far the largest annual conference and exhibition of the Adriatic region’s security industry, will be held at Gospodarsko razstavišče – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 12 – 14 September 2018.
The Summit will be the ideal platform in order to obtain extensive information about current developments in the sector and to establish new contacts. It will bring together all participants in the supply chain, from manufacturers to end users
which operate in the markets relating to video surveillance, access control, physical security, anti-burglary, fire alarms, cyber security, smart homes, the Internet of things, etc.
The third Adria Security Summit 2017 was held in Šibenik, Croatia, and it brought together a record number of participants. It gathered 620 guests, a 20% increase compared to the previous year, and sixty-seven exhibitors from 27 countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Taiwan, UAE, United Kingdom, and United States.
The Quality Which Attracts
This year, Adria Security Summit will once more focus on the quality. The conference segment will be hosted by the leading regional and global experts in the security industry, while the exhibition segment will involve almost eighty companies operating in the Adriatic region market.
The event will host six presentations and one panel discussion on its first day. On the second day, 10 case studies will compete for the Case Study Excellence Awards. An organized tour of famous natural, cultural and historic sites will be organized for all participants on the third day of the Summit. An additional benefit for the visitors this year will be more than twenty workshops which will be organized by renowned companies for their partners and interested parties.
So far, the confirmed sponsors include: Bosch, Dahua, Hikvision, ASSA ABLOY, Arecont Vision, Axis Communications, Honeywell, Avigilon, AxxonSoft, FLIR Systems, Cambium Networks, Genetec, ComNet, D-Link, IDIS, IndigoVision, Sony Electronics, Inim Electronics, Suprema, Vanderbilt, VIVOTEK, Western Digital, By Demes Group, AVS Electronics, MOBOTIX, ekey, EST, Ajax, METEL, MSR-Electronic, Ortus, Venitem, Videotec i 2N; and the regional companies: Alarm automatika, (a)koda+, Digitklik, Špica Group, Zarja Elektronika, NIKOB, Activa Skupina, Coting, Četrta pot, Dat con, HSI, ID Shop, Iskra, IT Odjel, Janez, Janez let, Jantar, KING ICT, Kodeks, Loop skupina, Lunatronik, Master CCTV, Mars Commerce, MOBICOM, Partizan, Politag, Prima, Protect, Rap-ing, Tenzor Grupa, Tontina i Urmet Grupa.
Download Mobile App
Adria Security Summit will offer all the visitors a helpful app which will make their visit even more efficient. Amongst other features, it will include the latest list of exhibitors with booth numbers and contact data, an overview of the conference programme as well as a floor plan for better orientation. The app will be available for downloading free of charge from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
Adria Security Summit is a unique and largest annual conference and exhibition of the Adriatic region’s security industry, organized by a&s Adria magazine, a licensed representative of MFNE Business Media (formerly a&s Group) as a leading global publishing group in the field of security, with 12 publications in nine languages and a global circulation of 205,000+.
Since 2017, the Summit is held under the name of Adria Security Summit powered by Intersec, as it became an official partner of the Messe Frankfurt, the Europe’s largest trade fair, congress and event organizer which is also the third largest company of this type in the world. This event gathers all participants within the supply chain: manufacturers, distributors, installers, system integrators, consultants and end users from all vertical markets. Co-organizers and partners of the Summit are leading professional security associations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Slovenia, and Serbia. Each year, a different country is chosen as a host, thus confirming its character as a truly regional event.