Securika St Petersburg 2018
Securika St Petersburg 2018 is the event, formally known as The St. Petersburg International Security and Fire (SFITEX) Exhibition is Russia’s oldest and one of the most established fire and security exhibitions.
Over the past two decades, Securika St Petersburg has become the traditional meeting place for established international and local security companies to converge and present their latest equipment and technologies, across almost every security sector, to tens and thousands of industry professionals.
CCTV and video surveillance
Access control systems, identification
Fire safety systems and equipement
Engineering and technical, mechanical
and electronic security tools
Counterterrorist and inspection equipment
Communication and alert systems
Personal safety means, uniforms and accessories
Civil protection and industrial safety
Security of transport. Special vehicles.
Road safety equipement and systems
Securika St. Petersburg exhibition is the largest in the Northwest of Russia international exhibition in the ﬁeld of safety, which is recognised as ‘The best regional exhibition in Russia’ on subject ‘Safety, ﬁre safety, labor protection’ in all nominations according to the results of the Russian National Exhibition Rating.
Exhibitors of Securika St. Petersburg are local and foreign companies-developers, manufacturers and resellers of security and fire protection equipment and products, interested in active promotion of their products and successful output of new products, which meet modern safety requirements, on the market of Northwest Russia.
Among exhibitors there are leading producers and suppliers of world famous brands: Bolid, Garant, Armo systems, LUIS+, GEUTEBRUCK, RVI, Beward, Ritm, Altonika, Omnixk, EVS, Soft Tronik, Decima, Arstel, ISTA, Eternis, Rielta and others.
International exhibition Securika St. Petersburg is the part of the ITE Group portfolio of exhibitions in Russia uniting under Securika brand exhibitions of security and fire protection equipment and products organised in the Russian largest cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnodar.