Public safety and security – key priority for governments across the world
The global public safety and security market size is estimated to grow from USD 220.82 billion in 2015 to USD 370.64 billion by 2020; a key priority of governments around the world is to ensure the safety of their citizens, organizations and financial institutions.*
*Public Safety and Security Market by Solution, Service,Vertical and Region - Global Forecast to 2020
Be where the security community congregates
8,362 government leaders, law enforcement agencies, government-linked bodies and security professionals from private sectors in over 40 countries and regions congregated in Singapore in July 2017.
Stay ahead of the game
90% of the exhibitors said they were satisfied with their participations in 2017 and have met their objectives of generating new sales leads and promote company and product awareness. This is an increase of 11% from the last edition.
Expand your business internationally
62% of attendees were from Asia Pacific, 17% from Europe, 8% from the Americas, 6% from Middle East and 6% from Africa.
Meeting of the like-minded
A perfect opportunity to network,learn and share knowledge with subject experts, speakers, and 500 delegates at the INTERPOL World Congress – a captive audience with specific interest in subject areas like safe cities, cyber, IoT, artificial intelligence, biometric and genetic and synthetic biology.
Qualified buyers you should not miss
63% of the visitors are directly involved in purchasing process; 60% were looking for new products and solutions while 40% were sourcing for alternative suppliers.
Reach out to the public sector
35% of the visitors were from law enforcement such as police forces, anti-narcotics, investigation bureaus,immigration departments, customs,airport security, ministries of interior,security councisl, regulatory boards and other government agencies and authorities including transport authorities, civil defence, prison services, infocomm authorities and others.
Today Singapore is one of the world's safest cities, trusted for its integrity,quality, reliability, rule of law, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. Singapore is also emerging as a thought leader for safety and security in the Asia Pacific region.
Hear from our exhibitors
INTERPOL World saw a tremendous success on its debut. The vibrant exchange of best practices, experiences and technologies across various government agencies and international organizations underscores the event’s significance as the premier platform for global industry captains to have insightful exchange of conversations and to collaborate to find innovative solutions to address various security challenges.
Gemalto has participated in the INTERPOL World conferences consecutively for two years, and it is a great experience to meet and have meaningful interactions with other exhibitors and visitors. This year, we showcased our full suite of e-government and identity solutions, such as biometrics technology including facial recognition and fingerprint identification, e-passport systems, border management solutions, to name a few. In addition, we also spoke at the INTERPOL WORLD TV about how the industry can collectively enhance our digital security posture and create safe digital identities for the citizens.
- Mr Tan Teck Lee, Chief Innovation & Technology Officer, Asia President, Gemalto
INTERPOL World served as an ideal platform to showcase NEC's cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology portfolio, including face recognition technology, video analysis technology, and liveness detection, for law enforcement agencies, government, and security professionals. These solutions aim to address the emerging risks in both physical and cyber world, thereby creating safer cities of tomorrow. The event has helped us strengthened our relationship with customers and also built new ones.
- Mr Kris Ranganath, Senior Director, Advanced Recognition Systems, NEC Corporation of America
The control of borders – or indeed other control points – is an ever-increasing political imperative. At SICPA we aim to provide solutions which support governments to meet the justifiable demands of their citizens – keeping out the 'bad' and expediting the swift passage of the legitimate. INTERPOL World is a great opportunity to listen to the concerns and priorities of the security and law enforcement communities and keep abreast of the latest technological initiatives
- Mrs Christine MacQueen, Director, Corporate Affairs and Communications, SICPA
PUBLIC SAFETY TECHNOLOGY
FORENSICS AND INVESTIGATIONS
- Anti-counterfeiting solutions
- Anti-spam software
- Anti-spyware software
- Anti-virus software
- Authentication software
- Automatic vehicle location (AVL) and detection
- Big data analysis
- Biometrics authentication and verification
- CBRN detection systems
- CCTV and video analytics
- Cloud application security
- Computers forensics
- Contactless smart ID
- Counter terrorism solutions
- Custodial management systems
- Data forensics
- Data security
- Digital forensics solutions and investigation
- Document authenticity control equipment
- Document/passport readers
- Drones/Robotics/Artificial Intelligence
- Evidence and forensics software
- Fraud detection software
- Genetic and synthetic biology
- Geographic information systems (GIS)
- Geospatial Intelligence
- Identity management and access control
- Imaging and sighting equipment
- Incident and emergency warning systems
- Interception, jamming and monitoring systems
- Internet security
- Intrusion detection
- IP and brand protection technologies
- Mobile security
- Ordnance removal and disposal
- Perimeter protection solutions
- Phishing detection software
- Public safety technologies
- Radio communications systems
- Risk management software
- Security and surveillance equipment
- Special-purpose vehicles
- SSL security
- Storage security software
- Surveillance systems
- Systems, command and design centres
- Track and trace
- Unmanned systems