Wednesday 8 de November del 2023
Santiago, Tuesday, November 7th – The VII version of SeguridadExpo, the leading trade fair in integral convergent security in Chile for all of Latin America, was inaugurated today. During November 7, 8 and 9, the exhibition will bring together the main players in the industry, who will present the latest in cutting-edge technology to address security risks and emerging threats, as well as solutions for various areas. The event was attended by the Mayor of Vitacura, Camila Merino; the Deputy Director General of Carabineros de Chile, Inspector General Marcelo Araya; the Executive Director of GL events Chile, Francisco Sotomayor; and Rodrigo Lobo, Deputy General Manager of Fisa. On the occasion, the assistant general manager, Rodrigo Lobo said that “this event is a key meeting point for the security world in Chile. Today security must be addressed in a comprehensive and multisystemic way, as it considers numerous aspects and faces constantly evolving challenges in the face of new risks that arise; from physical surveillance to security and cybersecurity.” “This number of exhibitors will provide attendees with a comprehensive view of the industry and the opportunity to interact directly with a wide range of companies offering security-related products and services. It will also promote collaboration and business opportunities within the security and defense community,” the executive added. For her part, the mayor of Vitacura, Camila Merino, highlighted the issue of security as a fundamental axis of her administration. “For us in the Municipality of Vitacura, security is the main priority and the correct use of technology has been key to the progress we have made. The main demand of our neighbors is security, and the figures show that we are on the right track”, assured the authority, who precisely attributed the good results to the public security strategy in the commune, which is based on timely reporting, the use of technology and highly trained personnel. “The timely reporting of crime victims or witnesses has been key,” he added. After the traditional ribbon cutting by the authorities, a tour of the different stands of the fair began, where the main novelties in security matters were shown. The activity ended with a series of demonstrations by the exhibitors of their solutions. “The performance of each product is improving year by year. Drones are going to fly higher and longer, cameras are going to have better sharpness, and body cameras are becoming smaller and more inviolable, which means that you can’t take information from them or break them. But today a central issue is how all that information is gathered from a matrix and managed through data science. This is a tremendous leap forward today,” said Rodrigo Bastidas, manager of SeguridadExpo.
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