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Counter Terror Expo Planned for April

09 April 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Counter Terror Expo comes to London's Olympia this month (21-22 April 2015). ThiwWeekinFm is the events FM Media Partner.  The exhibition and conference/seminars are expected to attract over 10,000 professionals in the FM and security sector. You need to register now as visitors are pre-qualified and security cleared.

The exhibition, featuring over 300 exhibitors, will have on display the latest counter terror technology and products, systems and services. In recent years it has been the launch platform for some of the most innovative products on the market.

This year CTX 2015 is celebrating British security and defence technologies by providing a stage for UK small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to illustrate how they can offer an advanced technology option to the Home Office, MOD as well as governments around the world.

With the government intending to spend 25% on projects with SMEs in 2015 the event’s Advanced Technologies Stage has been designed to provide a platform to attract the attention of a professional audience with high specification power.


New feature zones

CTX 2015 will see the launch of a range of interactive Feature Zones. They will provide the opportunity to explore crucial aspects of counter terrorism in detail and will host seminar sessions, demonstrations and the latest products and services.

The zones include Transport Security Live, Policing & Special Ops, Advanced Technologies and Cyber Threat Intelligence.



As usual, there will be a conference running alongside the exhibition.

It will bring together over 150 internationally recognised experts in the field of counter terrorism annually to debate the issues we face, define operational strategies, and to help shape future policy within the secure conclave of a conference.

For further information, visit the website:

Picture: Counter Terror Expo in April comes at the right time to take stock over available security measures.

Article written by Mike Gannon | Published 09 April 2015


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