ESX is different from all other industry conferences and shows because it’s owned by the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and Electronic Security Association (ESA). The revenue generated by the conference will remain within the industry to be used for programming, education, legislative activities and public relations to benefit your company.
May 14, 2012 - Seminars in the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) Conference and Education Program are filling quickly, as security integration and monitoring executives continue to register for the industry-leading sessions and presentations. The program, which has already receive an overwhelming response, will be held from June 26-28 during ESX, contains seminars in eight tracks.
"Since its inception, ESX has focused on providing the best possible educational program for the security industry, featuring sessions on technology, business management, operations and more," says ESX Chair George De Marco.
"We've collaborated with industry leaders to prepare topics that are informative, timely and useful to ESX attendees, and it shows by the high number of security professionals registering for these sessions."
What makes ESX seminars so popular in the industry? It’s a few things, really.
No other event provides as much educational content focused on the development, maintenance and enhancement of RMR — the lifeblood of every electronic security integration and monitoring company.
It’s also its unique peer-to-peer focus. ESX seminars are not manufacturer commercials. They provide attendees with opportunities to learn from the most successful security integration and monitoring companies —peer-to-peer. ESX speakers are carefully screened and selected for their knowledge and experience.
“This show has the best speakers in the industry,” says Bob Bonifas, President, Alarm Detection Systems, Inc.
NEW ADDITIONS TO THE 2012 PROGRAM
New additions to the ESX Conference and Education program include, the NexTech track, sponsored by SDM. This cluster of seminars focuses on home and building automation, networking, A/V and integrated systems and how they are creating opportunities for recurring revenue. The Central Station Technology track, sponsored by Bold Technologies, is another addition, which takes a look at new technologies to be implemented in the 21st century central station, including the hardware, software and infrastructure required to support remote video monitoring, managed services, PERS/senior monitoring and automated data communications with responding authorities.
The eight tracks in the Conference and Education program are:
• Business Development & Management, sponsored by Alarm Financial Services, Inc.
• Central Station Operations, sponsored by SurGard and CSAA
• Installation & Service Management, sponsored by ESA's ISP Group, Security Dealer & Integrator and SecurityInfoWatch.com
• RMR, sponsored by Napco Security Technologies
• Sales & Marketing, sponsored by Netsertive and ESA's SMP Group
• Technology & Applications, sponsored by Diebold Advanced Dealer Program
• NexTech, sponsored by SDM
• Central Station Technology, sponsored by Bold Technologies
ESX also offers free Exhibitor Offered Training sessions from a number of vendors and service providers. The full list of Exhibitor Offered Trainings can be viewed here.
Seminars will run on Tuesday, June 26 from 1:45 PM to 6:00 PM; on Wednesday, June 27 from 9:30 AM until 11:45 AM; and on Thursday, June 28 from 2:15 PM until 6:00 PM. Click here to view the full list of scheduled seminars.
REGISTER FOR ESX
To register for ESX's full week of amazing educational content, networking opportunities and focused showfloor, head to www.esxweb.com/register and choose the Deluxe Pass.
EXHIBIT AT/SPONSOR ESX
Companies interested in exhibiting at or sponsoring ESX should contact Jessica DaCosta, 508-618-4226, email@example.com or Hayley Zimmer, 508-618-7850, firstname.lastname@example.org.