Safety and Security Asia 2020

The organisers of Safety & Security Asia (SSA) 2020 look forward to welcoming you to the 19th International Safety & Security Technology and Equipment Exhibition that is dedicated to providing strategic direction and solutions to issues related to the safety and security market of South-east Asia.

SSA 2020 will present an array of issues and challenges faced by the government and the civilians to increase awareness on the importance of maintaining security in numerous forms. Congruently, a series of solutions and strategic plans are also exhibited to encourage and enlighten the people on ways they can adapt to combat this heightening threat.

This exhibition will attract industry experts and speakers from the government and other sectors to share experiences and know-how in dealing with the growing problem concerning safety and disaster prevention today.

Taking on a conference-driven approach, the Security Industry Conference (SIC) 2020 will also be held alongside the exhibition. 

SSA 2020 will also be held concurrently with five other established exhibitions: ArchXpo 2020, International Facility Management Expo 2020, LED+Light Asia 2020, Fire & Disaster Asia 2020 and Work Safe Asia 2020, creating a comprehensive and integrated platform for all building needs under one roof. 

Join SSA 2020 today to reach out to your target customers and potential business partners! 

Event Information

Date: 6-8 October 2019
Venue: Halls D, E & F,
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Opening hours:

6 & 7 Oct: 10AM - 6PM
8 Oct: 10AM - 5PM

Free admission. Register on-site with business card. 

 

Event Projections

No. of exhibitors 250 exhibitors from 20 countries
No. of visitors 12,000 trade professionals
Gross Exhibition Area 10,000sqm

Admission

Admission is restricted to trade professionals only and there is no charge to visit the exhibition.

When made available, you can register online or proceed to Marina Bay Sands on show days (6-8 October 2020) to register with your business card.

Due to security reasons, visitor badges are non-transferable. Security personnel may request to see the badges as proof of identification before entry to the exhibition is permitted.

The Organiser reserves the right to refuse admission to visitors who are not appropriately dressed or do not fulfill the admission requirements.