ISC East kicks off this morning here on a beautifully sunny morning in New York City.
Conference sponsor SIA said it expects to “see increased attendance at this year’s event.”
SIA introduced a mobile app (sponsored by Genetec) for this year’s event that’s free to download at www.isceastmobile.com The app has a list of exhibitors and their locations, the educational schedule and other planning features.
In addition to the show floor exhibits and educational sessions, the annual SIA Honors Night will take place tonight at Chelsea Piers. Honeywell’s Gordon Hope will receive the George R. Lippert Memorial Award at that event.
Check back here for reports about this year’s show.
NEW YORK—ISC East announced an addition to the educational program at this year’s conference: a multi-session program called “Demystifying the Mass Evacuation and Notification Market.” This free program will be held Nov. 19 during the 2014 ISC East conference at New York’s Javits Center.
NORWALK, Conn.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) is leading the ISC East education program at the ISC East trade show, to be held Nov. 20-21 at New York City’s Javits Center, ISC East announced Sept. 20.
MOONACHIE, N.J.—Monitor America, a new wholesale monitoring company specializing in advanced video services, is opening its facility here in April with an offer of one year of free monitoring for the first 100 dealers who sign up.
YARMOUTH, Maine—Summer is over, the political conventions are a memory and Congress is back in session. Pressure is building on Capitol Hill about how to fund the federal government through March 2013, with items of great interest to the security industry hanging in the balance.
YARMOUTH, Maine—ISC East or ISC Solutions? For a majority of respondents in Security Systems News' latest monthly poll, the name of the trade show isn’t an issue (it’s ISC East again after a two-year stint with its alternate moniker). But what about the fact that it’s still being held in the Big Apple, the most expensive U.S. city for business travel?
Well, now you’ve got something to chew on.