Australia’s First AV and Security Combined Event


In an Australian first, a combination of Asia Pacific’s AV Integration and Security events are being held together at Sydney’s ICC from 17 -19 August, 2022.

The Integrate Expo and the Security Exhibition and Conference have been co-located to support the increasingly connected world of technology integration.

Event Manager, Soren Norgaard, said technology integrators are more frequently working across disciplines so the need for ongoing education has never been more important.

“While integrators and specifiers most often focus on their individual disciplines, the rapid acceleration of new technologies means you need to keep up to date with movements in parallel professions,” Norgaard said.

“It’s never been more important for AV and security professionals to keep in touch with the rapid implementation of technologies such as video analytics, augmented reality, cyber security and robotics,” he said.

2022 also marks the year that these industries can finally get back together for valuable networking, education, and new product launches.

Registration is now open for both events and tickets are now on sale for the education programs on offer, including the ASIAL Security Conference, and early bird offers.

Integrate organisers say the event has attracted renowned speakers from throughout Australia and the world for its Integrate + AVIXA speaker program, including Graham Barnett of Harmen Professional and David Allara of konnectus.

Key Integrate exhibitors include:

  • Logitech
  • Crestron
  • Intel
  • Epson
  • Phillips
  • Panasonic
  • Lenovo
  • And many more.

For over 35 years, the ASIAL Security Conference has shared knowledge and insights to ensure that the industry can keep our communities safe. This year’s conference highlights the importance of an innovative, technologically advanced and competitive industry to meet the challenges of a new era of security.

Chief Executive Officer of the ASIAL, Bryan de Caires, said the $10 billion private security industry with a national workforce of over 180,000 personnel, performs a critically important role as part of Australia’s national security mix.

“A strong, innovative and sustainable security industry is vital to the future growth and development of the Australian economy,” said de Caires

“Drawing on a distinguished panel of industry experts, the 36th annual ASIAL Security Conference provides a timely forum to discuss the security threats and challenges faced, and to explore strategies to mitigate them,” he said.


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