Why should GCC's FM experts attend Intersec 2017?

The Middle East’s commercial security market is expanding in tandem with its global counterparts. A white paper by Frost & Sullivan, released in 2016, stated that the region’s commercial security market is likely to be worth $10.2bn by 2020, marking a 24% hike from its $3.8bn value in 2015.

This sector, according to the study cited by a 7Days report, includes intruder alarms, CCTV surveillance, electronic locks, perimeter protection, door alarms, access control, and identification systems. The region’s fire safety market could grow by 12.5% between 2012 and 2020, from $1.6bn to $4.2bn.

Analysts from TechNavio forecast that biometrics in Middle East will grow even faster at a CAGR of 19.35% by 2019.Much of this growth will be actively pursued at Intersec, the annual exhibition for security, safety, and fire professionals in the Middle East.