More than 5500 security professionals are expected to attend the event which usually attracts the entire supply chain of manufacturers, distributors, industry professionals and end users.
The theme of the exhibition is Focus on Security and there will be a Conference and Executive Briefing program which has sold out in the last three years.
“Focus on Security – it sounds simple, but it’s becoming less and less so,” event manager Melissa Clendinen said in a statement.
“The Security Exhibition & Conference is an opportunity to explore this evolving arena; see the newest products, learn about the latest technologies, hear the cutting edge thinking of local and international experts, academics and visionaries.
“And just as the industry is ever-evolving, so too is our show. To ensure we’re keeping visitors ahead of the game, we’ve added four new features to our program, including a series of round table discussions, AI/MI seminar, Start-Up Street and Innovation Precinct."
Clendinen said there would be demonstrations of the use of fog to stop burglars, thermal imaging camera solutions that reproduce crowd moods for effective event management, live stream facial recognition to instantly find known persons, bollards disguised as street furniture and 4k Bullet cameras.