Apart from a comprehensive display of indigenous equipment, technology and gadgets, the 23rd edition of India International Security Expo 2022 commenced with a number of well attended technical seminars at Hall No.2 (GF) Pragati Maidan, New Delhi today. The Expo has been organized by ITPO while ELCINA is co-organiser of the event.
Shri Vibhu Nayar, IAS, Executive Director, ITPO inaugurated the expo by lighting a ceremonial lamp in Hall No.2 at Pragati Maidan. Present on the occasion were Shri Vikash Kumar Singh, General Manager(Security), Shri Sanjay Agarwal, President ELCINA, Shri Sanjeev Sehgal, Chairman Organising Committee and senior representative of ITPO and ELCINA, business visitors, participants and media persons.
In his key note address in the seminar, Air Vice Chief Marshal Shri Arvind Verma (Retd.), Advisor Aviation and Head Exports Zen Technologies pointed out several suggestions pertaining to India’s quest for achieving a target of defence exports of US $ 5 billion. The deliberation further extended by Shri G. Vedaprakash, Head Business Development & Government Relations, Tata Advance Systems both of panelists appreciated ITPO and ELCINA for jointly holding the expo alongwith meaningful deliberations at the seminar for the security and safety industry. In his encouraging key note address on challenges in indigenization, Shri Sanjeev Sehgal Chairman organizing Committee ELCINA asked the industry to strive for indigenous brand excellence under Atmanirbhar theme. He pointed out that there was a lot of scope of the industry to improve its products to make at par with global standard. The second session of the seminar was focused on “End Point Security Trends and Recent Advances”. Prof. Manjesh Henewal, IIT Mumbai elaborated about the cyber security aspects and mitigation of the threats. Prof. Samir Dutt from Foundation Futuristic Technologies (P) Ltd. highlighted the significance of forensic technologies in combating the crimes.
The Expo will open from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm from (September 8-10, 2022). The Entry will be facilitated from Gate 4 (Bhairon Mandir side) and Gate 10 (Supreme Court Metro Station) Pragati Maidan. Basement parking is also available.