Registrations are now open for the second edition of the APSEI Open Day dedicated to Security that will take place on April 5, in Sacavem, near Lisbon. This year’s edition will focus on the Integration of Security Systems.
The event is targeting installation and maintenance technicians specialising in security systems, security managers and project managers as well as security system manufacturers. It will span topics such as the impact of the Internet of Things, intelligent integrated security, how to make old, already installed systems, and new systems compatible and the latest trends in the area of electronic security. The full programme of the Open Day is available on the APSEI website.
The Open Day will also offer the opportunity to attend APSEI’s dedicated security branch assembly (Núcleo Autónomo de Segurança Eletrónica), including a mini-course and a debate on topics relevant to proofessionals of the sector. This part of the event is also open to non-members, allowing them to learn about the dynamism of the services offered by APSEI.
The European Commission is reported on actions taken since President Juncker's 2016 State of the Union address to enhance security at the EU external border, improve information exchange between Member States, close down the space in which terrorists operate and prevent radicalisation. A year later, the Commission claims to have delivered on all security related priorities set out by President Juncker. .
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