January 29, 2024

SICUR 2024

From February 27th to March 1st, 2024, IFEMA Madrid will host the 24th edition of SICUR, International Security Exhibition, confirming itself as a reference point for the sector in Spain and Portugal. The event, held every two years, gathers companies, associations, and professionals in the global safety industry, debating issues ranging from electronic security to fire prevention, from cybersecurity to occupational health.

SICUR is divided into five major thematic areas: Security, Cybersecurity, Fire Safety and Emergency, Occupational Safety. This edition is characterized by growing participation, with 624 companies from 29 Countries, an increase of 22.35% compared to the last edition. International representation has increased by 75%, highlighting the presence of 154 foreign companies.

The event is a great opportunity of a business catalyst and knowledge center, with the Innovation Gallery, it highlights 26 research and development projects. The previous edition attracted 38,906 professionals and 1,646 companies, emphasizing the role of SICUR as a driver of technological updates and innovation in the security sector. The 2024 Exhibition promises to be even more dynamic, by offering network opportunities through SICUR LIVEConnect.

The general program includes FORO SICUR, a conference that explores the latest industry trends, and introduces the new EXO CORNER section, focused on exoskeletons developed in collaboration with the Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia. In addition, SICUR CYBER will address cybersecurity challenges in collaboration with specialized magazines.

Sir Safety System, leader in the safety sector, will be present at booth 6E01, by introducing innovations in the workplace safety.

We invite all visitors to discover the latest proposals and innovations at their booth during SICUR 2024. The company continues to lead the safety industry, by combining technological excellence and environmental responsibility, thus shaping the future of the sector.


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