Security Exhibition and Conference 2014


HB (160 of 525)The Security Exhibition and Conference 2014 is almost upon us, with the three-day program of events kicking off at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Wednesday 4 June.

This will be the first time in more than a decade that the event will take place in Melbourne. Don’t miss your chance to sign up to the free event or reserve your space at the seminar series or ASIAL Conference.  Visit for more information and to register.

Australian Security Magazine has the latest highlights of the three-day program.

Exhibition (Day 1-3)

The security expo is the largest event of its kind in Australasia, and this year is expected to attract more than 4500 security industry professionals from more than 20 countries.

The exhibition show floor will be a hive of activity as the biggest brands in security technology and product innovation from home and abroad come together to showcase some of the newest innovations in access control, intrusion detection, biometrics and IP networking.

More than 160 brands will be on the show floor and some of the top exhibitors include:

  • Hills –
  • Central Security Distribution –
  • Gallagher Security –
  • Lilin Australia –
  • Pelco by Schneider Electric –

New Product Showcase (Day 1-3)

The New Product Showcase provides visitors the chance to witness 10 of the best security products to hit the Australian market in the last 12 months in action. Live product demonstrations will allow visitors to walk away with hands on, practical product knowledge to use in their own business. One of the next-generation products on show will be Pelco’s Evolution 360-Degree Indoor Camera – an IP camera with a 5-megapixel sensor and no moving parts.

Other participating brands include:

  • Nidac
  • Flir
  • Fullnet Security
  • Mobotix
  • Stentofon
  • Jumbu
  • Seadan
  • Lilin

Seminar series (Day 1-3)

Seminar day 1: Innovation Day

Innovation Day on day one of the seminar program will provide live product demonstrations in an informative setting allowing attendees to engage with the presenters as part of a Q&A.

Participating brands on Innovation Day include:

  • Nidac
  • Fullnet Security
  • Flir
  • Pelco by Schneider Electric
  • LILIN Australia
  • Omnivision

Seminar day 2: Education Day

Education Day will feature a host of industry experts speaking on a range of security topics and contemporary issues, including:

  • Head of Leda’s Research and Development Program, Heng Jiang Cheng, speaking on ‘Hostile Vehicle Mitigation’.
  • Founder and Managing Director of Foresight Security Planning, David Turner, will be speaking on ‘Risky environment calls for a new risk direction’.

Seminar day 3: Recruitment Day

Australian Defence Force Careers is headlining day three of the seminar series program. Recruitment Day is a must attend for anyone seeking a new role or professional development in the industry.

ASIAL Conference (Day 1-2)

The 29th annual ASIAL Conference will feature a renowned panel of industry experts from Australia and the United States. Shaping up to be one of the best line ups at the conference in recent years, some of the latest names to confirm their place as keynote speakers include QANTAS Head of Security, Steve Jackson, and Victorian Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Kim Wells.

Mr Jackson and Minister Wells will join the likes of Microsoft Chief Security Officer, Mike Howard, IHS Senior Research Analyst, Blake Kozak, and Hills Managing Director, Ted Pretty, on the conference program.

A full list of the ASIAL Conference line up can be viewed here: