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GDSF India


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The Indian edition of GDSF has introduced a forum to enable integrated and fresh approach to Electronic Security and Surveillance in the country, and how the industry needs to respond in order to meet desired objectives of improved physical security of assets, infrastructure, facilities and human life, keeping in mind local needs and resource limitations.

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GDSF India

  1. 1. The Exclusive Security Educational Seminar in India 23 – 24 May 2013 The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru 1 – 2 March 2013 MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai 4 – 5 December 2013 Delhi – NCR Global Digital Surveillance Forum
  2. 2. The Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF) has emerged as the primary conference for knowledge sharing and shaping business strategy for the Electronic Security and Surveillance Systems industry across Asia, with several editions of the conference held over the past 10 years in Taiwan, China, India, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam. The two editions of GDSF India 2013 Conference held at Mumbai and Bengaluru have received enthusiastic response from the industry in terms of active participation of various stakeholders in the Electronic Security / Surveillance market – OEM’s, System Integrators, Distributors / Channel partners, Security Consultants and Large Scale Security End Users (Government / Public sector as well as CSO’s, Heads of Security from the Private / Corporate sector). The forums featured presentations, application-based case studies, panel discussions and exchange of insights on the way forward for Indian Electronic Security / Surveillance industry and for better security of assets, infrastructure, facilities and human life through efficient utilisation of technology. The upcoming edition of GDSF India is a National level Conference scheduled at New Delhi on 4 – 5 December, 2013. New Technology & New Solutions for India The Indian industry is not yet mature with very few players. However, the industry will grow and forums like GDSF will help bring together the decision makers, users, manufacturers to one platform. The technical front of the industry has been well represented here. – Rajiv Chib Associate Director Pricewaterhouse Coopers Pvt. Ltd.
  3. 3. GDSF Mumbai, held on 1 – 2 March, 2013 at MMRDA Exhibition Center, Bandra-Kurla Complex, witnessed active discussions, sharing of rich insights and application-based case studies on efficient and cost-effective utilisation of technology for better security of physical assets, infrastructure, facilities and human life, as well as improved vigilance and organisational efficiency for companies. Mumbai Conference Highlights: Delegate Composition End users System Integrators, Distributors OEM Security Consultants Others20% 12% 1% 39% 28% Total Attendees Number of Companies 84 60 I appreciated the emphasis on technology on the first day, which I thought was very insightful. To grow more organised, the Indian security industry needs a seminar like GDSF to go national. – Siddhartha Roy Manager Facilities Sears IT and Management Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. GDSF, Mumbai
  4. 4. • IP network infrastructure • HD, IP Surveillance • Bandwidth limitations and Solutions in I/O, Network and Storage • Open Architecture based Centralised Monitoring for large scale surveillance applications • Integration and Convergence of Electronic Security, BMS Technologies / Topics Covered: • M. S. Upadhye Chief Security Commissioner Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. • Rajiv Chib Associate Director Aerospace and Defence Practice Pricewaterhouse Coopers Pvt. Ltd. • Pravin Fernandes Principal Consultant & Solution Architect (City Surveillance Projects), Cisco Systems • Ken Chang Chief Regional Manager Vivotek Inc., Taiwan • Aditya Prabhu Group CEO Secutech Automation India Pvt. Ltd. • Om Prakash Pathania Head Security – Property and Asset Management Jones Lang La Salle India • Jasbir Singh Solanki Head – Critical Infrastructure Mahindra Special Services Group Key Speakers and Panelists: Being an end-user of the security industry, GDSF had been an informative learning experience for me. We are reevaluating the current security systems at our banks and are looking at how we can best use the resources that the industry can offer. – Shreya Sameer Dighe Senior Manager Facilities & Administration, IndusInd Bank Ltd. Mumbai
  5. 5. GDSF Bengaluru was held on 23 – 24 May, 2013 at The Lalit Ashok, and featured presentations on smart and cost efficient applications of integrated electronic surveillance and security systems. Bengaluru Conference Highlights: GDSF, Bengaluru System Integrators, Distributors, Channel Partners End users OEM Security Consultants VCA / VMS Others Delegate Composition 20% 10% 7% 5% 35% 23% Total Attendees Number of Companies 103 66 A new paradigm was needed to bring together the people who are in security and surveillance business, and the conference had initiated it very well. – Keyur Patel Senior Engineer Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab From IBM our point of view is always to work with industry experts and try and develop most appropriate solutions for the same and such initiatives surely help us. This event has not only successful in getting right audience but also has helped to develop right eco system which is necessary for the industry. – Neelesh Kelkar General Manager Smarter Buildings, IBM India Pvt. Ltd. i
  6. 6. • HD, IP Surveillance • Video Analytics • NVR / Storage • Role of M2M, Internet of Things in Electronic Security • Smart Buildings / Smart Cities Technologies / Topics Covered: It is a wonderful idea of sharing end-user experiences of implementing various electronic security technologies in their locations and their expectations from the industry. The topics covered are interesting and meaningful in the present market scenario. – C. V. Rao I.P.S. (Retd.), Chief Executive Officer Raxa Security Services Ltd. (GMR Group) Bengaluru
  7. 7. • Sanjeev Gulati, Country Manager – India & SAARC, Vivotek Inc. • Deepak Murdeshwar, Assistant Vice President & Head – Security, Bengaluru International Airport Ltd. • C. Mukesh Rao, Chief Nodal Officer & Head Regulatory Compliances, Vodafone India Ltd. • Gautham Gopalakrishna, Technical Director Intelligent Video Surveillance Solutions, Mindtree Ltd. • K. P. Dominic, Vice President, Aditya Infotech Ltd. • Kaushik Pillalamarri, SVP and Head of M-Education and M2M, Reliance Communications Key Speakers and Panelists: The two day GDSF meet was indeed a great opportunity for us as end users of security systems to get a complete insight on the various products and their operational capabilities. I compliment the organisers for conducting such a good educative professional event. – C. Mukesh Rao Chief Nodal Officer & Head Regulatory Compliances Vodafone India Ltd. Bengaluruu
  8. 8. Gold Sponsor Supporting Associations Lead Media Partner Media Partner Silver Sponsors Strategic Partner Bengaluru Partners The Professional Magazine Providing Fire,Safety & Security Solutions Strategic PartnerGold Sponsor Supporting Associations Lead Media Partner Silver Sponsors Knowledge Partner Mumbai Partners The Professional Magazine Providing Fire,Safety & Security Solutions Contact We would like to thank all those who supported GDSF India Kushal Sharma Conference Producer Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt. Ltd. 215 Atrium, B – Wing, 2nd Floor Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri (E) Mumbai 400 093, India. Tel: +91 22 6757 5980 Email: