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Expo Seguridad Mexico (ESM) 2019 Powered by ISC (TFC Event) -- Security/Safety Eq., Telecommunications Eq.
Location/Date: Mexico City, Mexico 05/07/2019 - 05/09/2019
Event Summary:
EXPO SEGURIDAD MEXICO is the largest exhibition of security products and solutions in Latin America, where manufacturers, distributors, integrators along with national and international users meet.

U.S. exporters can showcase their products and solutions to the 16,000 visitors who attend this key Safety and Security exhibition. Expo Seguridad provides the ideal venue to seek and meet the ideal buyer through the detailed visitor profiles/floor plan layout. (https://exposeguridad.infoexpo.com.mx/2018/ae/web/plano/public?ev=esm)

Expo Seguridad is proud to announce a new sector for 2019, the CYBERSECURITY 4.0 Room, where exhibiting companies will be able to present their services and solutions to the more than 4,000 visitors interested in the subject, through continuous conferences.

Expo Seguridad Mexico is the largest exhibition of security products and solutions in Latin America, where manufacturers, distributors, integrators along with national and international users meet.

DRONES AREA

By 2020, it's expected that Security Drones will be the fourth place in top commercial markets over verticals such as entertainment.

For this reason, Expo Seguridad Mexico developed a place dedicated to this topic, where prominent exhibitors will present their equipment and software related to unmanned aerial security vehicles. Visit and learn about the latest trends in our Drones Area, located in the back of Hall C on the exhibition floor of Centro Citibanamex.

The exhibitors will be able to meet with the interested attendees in their services and solutions, in meeting rooms manufactured especially for this purpose. Visit and learn about the new Cybersecurity trends with subject matter experts in Room 4.0, located in the back of Hall C on the exhibition floor of Centro Citibanamex.

EXPO SEGURIDAD MEXICO is the largest exhibition of security products and solutions in Latin America, where manufacturers, distributors, integrators along with national and international users meet. U.S. exporters can showcase their products and solutions to the 16,000 visitors who attend this key Safety and Security exhibition. Expo Seguridad provides the ideal venue to seek and meet the ideal buyer through the detailed visitor profiles/floor plan layout. (https://exposeguridad.infoexpo.com.mx/2018/ae/web/plano/public?ev=esm)

Mexico is one of the most important security markets in Latin America due to its size, development, and total demand; and it is one of the most dynamic sectors in the economy. Last year, sales of security systems and solutions grew 10 percent overall according to domestic industry figures, far outpacing the 1.7 percent growth in the overall economy. With a recent upturn in violent crime and ongoing supply chain threats in Mexico, safety and security remains a constant concern among the general public, within companies, and for all levels of government.

The safety and security sector includes equipment, solutions, and services used for public security, personal protection, residential security, industrial safety, corporate facilities, and infrastructure protection (access control, ID, perimeter security), as well as diverse solutions and systems designed for law enforcement and defense agencies' uses.

OPPORTUNITIES

This section highlights specific opportunities in both sub-sectors. Business opportunities are mainly to be found in medium-sized and large urban areas, and potential suppliers should prepare an effective market entry strategy. This strategy should keep in mind local and foreign competitors, address changing consumer preferences and worries, and make available complete after-sales service. In general terms, U.S. security products have a good market reputation, and end-users are familiar with U.S. trade brands and market trends, but other large foreign firms provide stiff competition. Potential suppliers should become familiar with Mexico's different geographic markets by visiting and attending commercial events around the country. After-market service and system warranties can make a difference in gaining advantage over other suppliers. Suppliers should also consider how mobile security applications are impacting buying habits and modifying end-user expectations and demand.

Security Solutions

• Access control solutions

• Perimeter protection and surveillance

• CCTV

• Alarm systems

• Communications systems (wireless, internet, GPS, etc.)

• Integrated security solutions (compatibility/integration services)

• High-tech night vision tactical equipment

• Tactical equipment

• Personal protection devices

• Communications integration services

The entire MEXICO – SAFETY AND SECURITY REPORT prepared by the U.S. Commercial Service, Mexico City can be found at: https://www.export.gov/article?id=Mexico-Safety-and-Security


Contacts:
Michael Thompson, Trade Event Programs
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 202-482-0671
Michael.Thompson@trade.gov
William Wise, Redd Exhibitions

Phone: 203-970-0325
wwise@reedexpo.com
Silvia Cardenas, Mexico City
Senior Commercial Specialist
Phone: 52-55-5080-2000 ext. 5209
Silvia.Cardenas@trade.gov
Mathew Woodlee, Minneapolis
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 612-348-1640
Mathew.Woodlee@trade.gov

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