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Intersec Buenos Aires, to be held September 7-9, 2016 in Buenos Aires, will be the perfect setting to discover state-of-the-art integral security products and services. Over 180 exhibiting companies; 12,000 industry professionals and businesspeople expected to attend.

Intersec Buenos Aires will be the ideal scenario to do business and networking, get updates and hold business meetings. The many and diverse product categories in display will include Electronic Safety, Physical Safety, Computing Safety, GPS, Road Safety, Cards, Domotics, Fire Detection, BMS (Building Management Systems), Fire Extinction, Industrial Safety and Personal Protection, Environmental Protection, Occupational Safety and Health, and Passive Safety.  Conferences, international seminars, workshops, practical demonstrations, and more will also take place during the event.

In 2013, the Argentine electronic security sector market was valued at approximately $806 million, making it a relatively large and growing sector for U.S. firms, especially in electronic security-related products, equipment, and services.

Despite the economic challenges facing the Argentine economy, the electronic security sector grew 15 percent in 2013. Local industry analysts estimate growth of 15 to 18 percent in 2014. This increase is largely attributed to rising crime, high levels of perceived insecurity, and the increased priority of improving workplace safety. This expansion has been seen in all sub-sectors of products and services of electronic security, especially for monitoring, CCTV over IP, intrusion control and law enforcement equipment. Together these products total over 80 percent of electronic security imports to Argentina.

As a result, the hi-tech security equipment market presents the greatest opportunities for U.S. companies. The greatest potential for growth lies in applications such as online digital video surveillance and intelligent software, especially systems with capabilities such as pausing, zooming, identification of specific objects and persons through facial recognition, and thermal and night vision features.

For additional information on how to exhibit or attend Intersec Buenos Aires, please contact:

Ms. Marina Millet
U.S. Commercial Service Argentina
Marina.Millet@trade.gov

Phone: 5411-5777-4851
Fax: 5411-5777-4203

Event exclusively planned for businesspeople, users and professionals of the sector.