Transport Security Expo has a unique pedigree as the major global exhibition and conference where security manufacturers, systems integrators and distributors connect in a uniquely focused environment with security buyers and policy makers for aviation, maritime, rail and commercial transportation. Transport Security Expo 2013 was the most impressive to date, breaking all previous records with 3,866* total attendees, from 88 countries. Transport Security Expo 2014 upped the ante enormously. With an expected 4,500 visitors and 150 exhibitors the event unveiled a major suite of initiatives for this market; a package of information and inspiration that made it the go-to destination this December.See who's exhibiting
The 12th annual Transport Security Expo proved to be a breakthrough year for the show with increased foreign engagement, new programming and free conferences raising the bar for the event and the industry as a whole.
We are pleased to confirm our partnership with ADS the trade organisation representing the UK aerospace, defence, security and space industries
In partnership with ADS and in support of the UK Government’s objective to increase the UK’s security exports, we worked with UKTI DSO, the Home Office, British Embassies and High Commissions to invite more international delegations to this year’s event.
TRS was thrilled to once again provide a unique programme for 2014 welcoming some of the largest airports globally
TRS talks to Pinnacle Response’s Margaret O’Hare about the hot topic of wearable body cameras for law enforcement
We sat down with Maritime and ISPS Consultant Ray Gibbons to look at the impact of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code a decade on