With an aim to strengthen the internal security infrastructure, the International Police Expo 2022 started on Wednesday in the national capital, during which the latest technology in security has been displayed from over 18 countries.
In the expo 2022, Mob Controlling equipment’s and technologies, Anti-Drone Guns, Narco Drug Test, Mobile Forensic Technology, Cyber Security, Armoured Vehicles and a plethora of disruptive technologies in cybersecurity, homeland security, safety and rescue space from over 18 countries have become the key attraction of disaster rescue authorities, law enforcement agencies and central armed forces at the two-day event in New Delhi.
The event was organised by Nexgen Exhibitions, the International Police Expo 2022 is scheduled from 6th-7th July 2022 at Pragati Maidan hosting over 350 world-class companies from various countries such as UK, US, Israel, Germany, France, Dubai, UAE, Singapore, Australia, Russia, Spain, Italy, Denmark and Sweden.One of the key attraction.
Highlighting the key attractions, the organizer of the event Mukesh Kharia said that with this gala inaugural of our two-day International police expo, we are confident that senior police and law enforcement officials, security agencies, government representatives and professionals will successfully connect and interact with global and domestic manufacturers, suppliers and innovators so as to shape up a bright future for policing and homeland security in India.
“With mob violence and riots emerging as a serious challenge for policing in India, companies from various countries are displaying their latest innovations and technologies for face recognition, mob and riot controlling etc,” he said.
“With significant advances in technology and AI, Facial Recognition today has become increasingly valuable for authorities and agencies to rapidly extract biometric imprints of perpetrators in mob or riot situations. Corsight's technology enables authorities/agencies to quickly run investigations in order to resolve dangerous situations and identify those involved. This can be done in large crowds, poor lighting, obscure camera angles and even with individuals wearing sunglasses or masks,” says Prashant Kaul, Regional Sales Director, Corsight.ai.