Saudi Arabia Homeland Security Market Surpasses $4 billion
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Saudi Arabia homeland security market comprising monitoring and surveillance, restricted entry systems, and perimeter security solutions, holds the lion’s share of the Saudi market, at $4.2 billion, according to analyst firm Frost and Sullivan.

According to the firm, the combined value of the Kingdom’s commercial security, fire and safety and homeland security markets was $6.02 billion in 2017, with fire and safety valued at $1 billion, and commercial security valued at $820 million.

The figures come ahead of the second edition of Intersec Saudi Arabia, which will be held from 24th to 26th April 2018.

The event will look into the buoyant Saudi market where demand for fire safety, commercial security, and homeland security remains robust.

The annual three-day event is the Kingdom’s dedicated trade fair for the security, safety, and fire protection industries, with the biggest names in the business on board spearheaded by 15 returning Launch Partners.

“With more than 170 exhibitors from 25 countries, and an expected turnout of 6,000-plus visitors, Intersec Saudi Arabia 2018 will once again be at the forefront of the latest technologies and solutions dedicated to meet the demand of the Middle East’s largest security, safety, and fire protection market,” said Ahmed Pauwels, CEO, Messe Frankfurt Middle East, organiser of Intersec.

Intersec Saudi Arabia 2018 covers the key product groups of Commercial Security, Information Security, Perimeter & Physical Security, Homeland Security & Policing, Fire & Rescue, and Safety & Health.

Messe Frankfurt said with 73 percent international participation, the showcase caters to growing demand for an integrated platform providing crucial access to one of the world’s most promising markets.