Security systems are utilising the latest intelligent technologies to ensure more effective levels of protection for society. To safeguard assets, property and people from potential threats suppliers are preparing to launch market-leading security products, including radar tracking devices and human identification technologies, at Security 2007.

BQT Solutions and Geutebruck are among over 150 local and international exhibitors who will be showcasing state-of-the-art security solutions at Security 2007, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, 10-12 July 2007, which will be held in conjunction with Australia’s leading security conference.

BQT Solutions will introduce SmaX Access Control Management Solution, which monitors the movement of employees, visitors and contractors and utilises smart card or fingerprint login to prevent access to unwanted uses.

John Genner, Managing Director, BQT Solutions, believes that biometric technologies are among the most sophisticated technologies available today.

“Biometric technology is anything that uses a human characteristic for recognition in security systems and is the most effective security technology currently on the market. SmaX can integrate biometrics such as finger printing and iris scanning with a web browser interface that allows users constant movement control,” said Genner.

By combining radar and video tracking technology for securing wide open spaces, Geutebruck has created the GeViSoft PTZ Radar Tracking system, which will feature alongside Geutebruck’s best-selling products at Security 2007.

“The world is increasingly becoming a more dangerous place so it is no longer practical to rely on manpower to monitor CCTV screens and patrol perimeters – that is why we need intelligent technologies to enhance protection capabilities,” said Fred Erdbrink, Business Development Manager, Geutebruck.

Security 2007, a trade only event, will have a strong focus on technology and with APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Conference) around the corner it could not be timelier for industry members, with exhibitors including Assa Abloy, ADT Security, Dedicated Micros Australia and Suretek.

”Security in Australia and regional Asia is under continual evaluation due to increasing threats to our community, infrastructure, and company property. Being aware of the industry’s latest security technology has become an even higher priority for anyone responsible for the protection of individuals and assets,” said Peter Higgins, Exhibition Manager.

“The Security 2007 expo, conference and seminar program is a great way to keep abreast of industry trends.”

Security 2007 is organised by Diversified Exhibitions Australia .