Welcome to take part in International Exhibition of Civil Security Technologies “ARM-SECURITY”
In accordance with the decision of Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia International Exhibition of Civil Security Technologies «ARM-SECURITY» will be held from 02 to 04 September, 2017 at the territory of Exhibition Complex «YerevanExpo» (Yerevan).
«Arm-Security» is organized by the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia and operated by Yerevan Plant of Mathematical Machines PLC and Exhibition Companies Group “BIZON”.
The «Arm-Security» exhibition will be presented as discussion and exposition platform for the purpose of explicit demonstration of innovative, hi-tech developments and ready-to-use solutions for the needs of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia, which is in charge of the country’s civil protection from natural disasters, fire security maintenance and development of cooperation ties between relevant Armenian and foreign companies and enterprises.
The key exhibition topics are: information and technical means of emergency situations monitoring, technical means and complexes for elimination of consequences of emergency situations, systems of automated management, systems and means of communication for rescue operations, technical means of fire security, industrial and ecological safety, disaster medicine solutions etc.
I believe that participation in one of the events held within the framework of Arm-Security 2017 will to a rather great extent help you to develop your business, increase number of your partners, attract new investments and establish new mutually beneficial and promising contacts with the representatives of relevant governmental bodies, civil security structures, firefighting, rescue and guarding services and other institutions.
We welcome international companies, enterprises and organizations to join the leading security products manufacturers and specialists and take part in exposition and business programs of “Arm-Security” project.