The Romanian Association for Security Technique in partnership with Romexpo, organizes, during 18-20 October 2018, Romanian Security Fair 2018, the most important security technology exhibition in the Eastern and Southeast European area.
Organized every two years, Romanian Security Fair brings to the stands of the Romexpo Central Pavilion the world's leading security equipment manufacturers, as well as the most important Romanian companies presented on the security market from our country. The exhibitors have more than 2,000 square meters to present their technical equipment or the IT solutions they produce or sell.
Until now, nearly 50 companies from Romania and the world, from countries such UK, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, or Poland, have confirmed their participation at Romanian Security Fair 2018.
We wait among our visitors representatives of central and local governments - ministries, town halls, regardless of size - who should see the level of development of video monitoring systems which - once implemented - could contribute to a significant reduction of unpleasant traffic events or crime as a social phenomenon. It is demonstrated that a functional video system does not record only the events in the area but, more importantly, it acts as a deterrent factor for those who are thinking about violating the law,said Liviu Mateescu, President of the Romanian Association for Security Technique.
The novelty of the 2018 edition of the Romanian Security Fair is that the fair will be open also on Saturday to allow many people interested in security techniques to visit the exhibition.
We are waiting for active visitors who integrate security solutions into their activities: architects, builders, electricians, lighting specialists. I think the time has come for security systems – whether it’s about fire safety, anti-burglary systems or video surveillance systems - to be taken into account right from the beginning and integrated by those who draw, build or shape our way of social existence. The concept of "living smart" also includes the security of the person, and the functionality of the space itself and its aesthetics,said Liviu Mateescu, President of the Romanian Association for Security Technique.
ARTS is a public interest association, an apolitical, non-governmental and non profit organization that promotes and protects the interests of its members, ensuring their representation in dealings with public authorities, other associations, various institutions and, national and international bodies. Founded in 2003, ARTS represents over 140 companies within the fire and security industry valued at more than 1 billion euros. ARTS members are national companies and simpathetic members. EURALARM member and co-founder of the Romanian Federation of Security Services (FSS), ARTS has an essential role in the development of private security services and market growth in Romania. ARTS owns its own Training Center, a body of technical experts, Romanian Security Fair (International biennial exhibition devoted to security systems and services) and the Secretariat of the Technical Committee for Standardization (TC27) - Alarm Systems!