Security means different things to different people, but for you it always means getting the job done when it counts. Securetech 2015 - Canada’s leading security showcase and conference - brings to you the latest in goods, services, technologies, tactics, tools and trends across the security spectrum or allows you to deep-dive into more than 30 specializations.
Securetech 2015 will feature over 180 Canadian and international exhibitors from more than 30 sub-markets on a 50,000 square feet trade show floor. Attendance of more than 2,500 delegates is expected.
When 93 percent of 2014 delegates had influence on final decisions and purchasing of security products and 17 percent of registrants were executives and CEOs, it pays to attend. Whether you are an end-user, procurement director, or manager in law enforcement, paramedic care, firefighting, point of entry, search and rescue, or military there are insights for you on the Innovation Stage, demonstrations on the show floor, and networking to be done in B2B/G sessions and at the reception or meal events.
To respond to this increasing demand, Securetech 2015 is moving to the larger EY Center to provide greater opportunities to exhibit a larger number of security specialty areas, including introducing first responder armored vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, ground and underwater systems, search and rescue equipment, innovative solutions for emergency response teams, and new personal protective equipment.
With nearly half of 2014 delegates having said they were investing in research and development, Securetech 2015 is the go-to platform to exhibit and understand the latest in new technologies and innovations. The Innovation Stage provides exhibitors with the opportunity to present their innovative solution, be it wearable technologies or exoskeleton for emergency responders. Scientists and experts from DRDC, CSSP and NRC are there to display their commercialisation-ready innovations - from nanotechnology or smart materials for PPE, to additive manufacturing.
The Securetech 2015 conference program will focus on cyber security protection and resilience, counter-terrorism, emergency management, personal protective equipment. This program has been designed to attract decision-makers and influencers from government and security agencies, international delegations, top private sector leaders who need security solutions, science and technology experts, and leading policy and research academics.
Why attend Securetech 2015:
No fee to walk the tradeshow floor
Open to non-members
More than 2500 participants expected at SecureTech 2015
Experience our new venue at the EY Centre "for our biggest show ever"
Over 180 exhibit booths including international companies and over 35 sub markets across the security industry
Innovation stage, poster sessions and interactive demonstrations on the show floor
Decision makers and influencers from all levels of government, Tri-services and private sector security agencies will be attending
Senior Government representatives, members of parliament, senators and senior department principals will be in attendance including government research and development communities.
New this year a Heavy Equipment area on the show floor.â€‹
Sign up to exhibit at Securetech 2015 and be a part of the show’s exciting evolution. New this year Securetech will be held at the EY Centre - home of CANSEC. A fresh new look, more of "who’s who", enhanced networking opportunities, a focussed multi-track conference program, dedicated exhibit time and a new larger location will attract a great crowd of qualified buyers you want to meet.
Take this opportunity to exhibit!
Exhibitors in the following fields are invited to provide security products and services:
CADSI is the national voice of more than 1,000 member companies operating in the defence and securities industrial sector.
It is our goal that our members feel as though CADSI is an extension of their companies, listening and representing what matters to them.
It is our privilege, that on behalf of our members, we help ensure that the Canadian Armed Forces, Canadian Coast Guard, and Canada’s security service providers know that the sector is committed to developing and delivering its best.
It is our job to openly and honestly articulate our members’ needs and concerns and to be thoughtful, trusted and reliable partners to Government.
It is our responsibility to show Canadians that what our members offer is truly world-class and that we are committed to building a better Canada for all.