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.
March 2, 2012 – A number of new and exciting supplier companies are exhibiting and sponsoring the 2012 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) and, at the same time, are investing in the industry. ESX, which is owned by the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and Electronic Security Association (ESA), takes place June 25-29 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Now in its fifth year, ESX is attracting new companies that recognize how the show can help them connect with highly qualified decision makers from the industry's most influential security integration and monitoring companies. These new exhibitors continually cite ESX's audience, unique opportunities to network and its premier educational offerings surrounding upcoming technology and application trends as their gravitations to the show.
ESX provides attendees with the education, information and supplier contact they need to make good business decisions on technology and application trends. ESX attendees actively seek exhibitors aligned with the latest industry trends, which include home automation, HD surveillance, central station tech, alternative signal transmission, mobile apps, energy management, video alarms, and hosted and managed services.
"Yale Locks is looking forward to attending our first ESX this June in Nashville,” says Mark Fish, Director of Business Development for Yale Locks & Hardware. “Because we believe that the connected or ‘smart’ home will be a major force at this year's event, we're confident that ESX is an excellent venue to showcase our newly introduced Yale Real Living locks.
"What's more, the show will afford us an opportunity to explain how locks can be a major selling opportunity for security dealers around the country. We look forward to demonstrating our locks with a variety of security partners at this event."
“ESX has recognized the need to bring together an audience in a converging technology market relative to video surveillance and access control,” says Ron VanTassel, Market Development Manager for Seneca.
“Seneca is a leading custom computer and appliance manufacturer with a specific focus in the digital security and surveillance market. Seneca views the ESX audience as a new market opportunity as we correlate the introduction of new digital technologies with our computer products in the physical security market.”
New and exciting exhibitors coming to ESX 2012 include 3M Cogent, Access Hardware Supply, Applied DNA Sciences, AWID, BeStar Technologies, Inc., BlueStar Security Solutions, ChipER Technology, Consultel, Design Communications, Inc., Edwards - A UTC Fire & Security Company, EmizonIP of the Americas, eOriginal, Guardian Safety Solutions International, Inc. (GSSI), Hall Signs, Inc., HeitneREPS, Hollingsworth & Co., Impath Networks, I-VIEW NOW, inMotion CCTV, Keyscan, Marlin Leasing Corporation, Microsemi Corporation/PowerDsine, Milestone Systems, Inc., Monitronics International, Inc., Murphy & Cota, On-Net Surveillance Systems (OnSSI), Power Up Solar, ProTech, Revenew Systems, SentryNet, TAKEX, WatchNet DVR, and Yale Locks & Hardware.