Visit the Enforce Tac 2019
Do you decide what weapons for official agencies, operational clothing, communication systems, vehicles or optics an official agency buys? Then read these 5 good reasons why it pays to visit Enforce Tac, the International Exhibition & Conference Law Enforcement, Security and Tactical Solutions, in Nuremberg on 6 - 7 March 2019:
1. Focus on official Security Experts
You can be sure you’re on the same wavelength as the other visitors and exhibitors at Enforce Tac. The Product range and the topics at the accompanying workshops and conferences appeal solely to security experts from the police, judiciary, border protection, customs, military police or armed forces.
2. Sensitive Products in a confidential Atmosphere
Enforce Tac is subject to strict admission criteria. The restricted exhibition area creates a confidential atmosphere in which highly specialized suppliers can explain to you the advantages, high-tech materials and applications of their sensitive products without disturbance.
3. Combination with the world-leading IWA and U.T.SEC exhibition
One business trip, three top-class exhibitions in one place, with one entrance ticket. Enforce Tac combined with IWA OutdoorClassics, which takes place immediately afterwards, offers an outstanding spectrum of security products, with Enforce Tac providing the setting for exclusive contact with representatives from official agencies. Parallel to IWA and Enforce Tac the U.T.SEC takes part. It's the world's first expo focusing on security provided by and against unmanned technologies. One permanent ticket entitles you to visit both Enforce Tac, IWA OutdoorClassics and U.T.SEC.
4. Annual international Dialogue
The development of crime and terrorist threats shows no consideration for exhibition cycles. At Enforce Tac in Nuremberg, international security experts meet every year to discuss the latest trends and products in the segments of law enforcement, security and tactical solutions. You can look forward to interesting talks and the opportunity to make contact with international security professionals, because some 40% of all visitors travel from outside Germany.
5. Bavarian Minister of the Interior, Building and Transport as patron
The concept of Enforce Tac as a sector platform is also recognized in political circles: Bavarian Minister of the Interior, Building and Transport, Joachim Herrmann, took over as patron. The intensive exchange between representatives of official agencies, industry, research and teaching focuses on weapons, ballistic accessories, optronics, tactical equipment, and operational clothing such as bullet-proof vests, stab-proof vests, body protection, face protection, shields and helmets.