International Security Technology and Services Fair
On Wednesday 6 October, the IDET, PYROS and ISET international security fairs were opened at the Brno Exhibition Centre. Visitors can expect an exhibition of innovative products from the defence and security industry as well as an interesting supporting programme. The opening ceremony took place at 10 am in the open area adjacent to Hall Z.
The Association of Technical Security Services Grémium Alarm (AGA) is a representative professional association of companies and entities engaged in business, work or other activities in the field of technical security services and equipment for the protection of persons, property and information.
We offer systemic audio/visual custom-made solutions for the needs of security, defence and rescue professionals.
The importance of the defence and security capacities of the state always grows in difficult times. That is why it is of utmost importance to continue modernizing the armed forces and investing in high-quality equipment. A major show of innovations in the defence and security industry in the region of Central Europe is the IDET trade fair held in Brno. The PYROS and ISET trade fairs will take place concurrently. Once again, all components of the integrated rescue system will be presented.
The IDET International Defence and Security Technologies Fair ranks among the most important shows held in NATO countries. At the same time, it is unique for its connection, concurrently with PYROS and ISET fairs, to a comprehensive presentation of the Integrated Rescue System. This year's security fairs presented exhibits of a total of 534 companies from 35 countries and documented the growing strength of the Czech defence industry. Over the first three days 26 thousand visitors passed through the gates of the Exhibition Centre; on Saturday, there was an event for the general public called Safety Day - Rescuers for Children, which welcomed about 10000 visitors.
IDET, PYROS and ISET security fairs enjoy special attention from experts and important political stakeholders. Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej Babiš, attended their opening for the first time in history.
The mission of the Prison Service of the Czech Republic is to ensure the execution of custody, imprisonment and security and order in court buildings. Prison Service manages and guards prisons and detention centers. It also guards, shows off and escorts prisoners. Other tasks include research in penology, the results of which are applied in practice.
The University of Defence offers education in accredited courses in Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degree programmes focused on military, military management, economy, engineering and health and medicine.
Department of hippology in Brno was set up in 1993 following the tradition of the mounted police with roots reaching to units established in 1948. Presently it belongs to the Order Service Units.
The Customs Administration of the Czech Republic is a security force and its activities form a part of the customs supervision system in the framework of the single customs territory of the European Union.
Brno Municipal Police was established as an independent body of a Statutory City of Brno in 1992. It is the institution whose goal is improving safety and security within the community and performing other related tasks in compliance with Act No. 553/1991, coll. of Local police.
The SWOT team was set up on 1st of January 2010 with the range of action in the territory of the South Moravian Region, Region Vysočina as well as region of Zlín. Tasks of the SWOT team are unique and include mainly protection or restoration of security at public places. For combating the organised crime, it is mainly deployed for the purpose of perpetrators’ apprehension.
From 29 May to 1 June, the Brno Exhibition Centre will open a showcase of fire and security technology for police officers, professional and volunteer firefighters, security services, labour safety professionals and anyone who wants to learn about new technologies and trends.
Dynamic demonstrations of military, fire fighting and police vehicles in action.
Are you regular exhibitors at the IDET/PYROS/ISET trade fairs? What has been your experience of taking part in the fairs in the past? The Brno Municipal Police have been regular participants in the IDET/PYROS/ISET trade fairs since 2004.
Security has become a clear priority these days. At this time of increased risks deriving from new outbreaks of war, terrorist attacks as well as other threats, governments do not hesitate to invest in defense and security technologies. Along with that is growing the importance of the defense industry, which has traditionally a strong position in the Czech Republic. Companies present their new products aimed for security forces at trade fairs, to which the Brno‘s IDET has belonged since 1993. Next year on the verge of May and June, its fifteenth edition will be held, once again in partnership with the PYROS and ISET fairs, which present fire and safety equipment and services. There is considerable interest in participation already long time before, because both the Ministry of Defense and the Czech Police and Fire Rescue Brigade of the Czech Republic increase their budgets for medium-term purchasing plans.
The IDET - PYROS - ISET trade fair trio with its commercial, political and international significance is the second most prestigious event of the year right after the International Engineering Fair. The opening of the fair was attended by President Milos Zeman, Minister of Defence Martin Stropnický, Chiefs of the General Staff of the Czech and Slovak Republics, representatives of the Presidium of the Police of the Czech Republic and the General Directorate of the Fire Brigade, foreign defence ministries and embassies. A total of 15 foreign delegations from Brazil, Egypt, Philippines, France, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Norway, Sweden, Rwanda and our neighbouring countries took part in the fair at the joint invitation of the Czech Ministry of Defence and the Brno Trade Fairs.
Defence expenditure should rise and Czech armaments companies should be supported, guests at the official opening of the 14th IDET International Fair agreed.
Security experts from many countries are heading to Brno to attend prestigious conferences; their programme is particularly busy this year. The Brno University of Defence traditionally organizes the CATE (Community-Army-Technology-Environment) conferences with four sub-conferences on Military Technology – ICMT 2017; Distant Learning, Simulation and Communication – DLSC 2017; Security and Protection of Classified Information, and Logistics in the Armed Forces – More Efficient Operation of Military Bases in Future Operations.