Galileosky, Russian GPS hardware manufacturer, participates in the largest security trade exhibition in Africa SECUREX 2017, from May 30 to June 1 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
“We’ve been providing regular supply to the African market since 2014, and are very interested in the further development of this export direction, – explains Julia Rokka, the Head of Regional Development Department at Galileosky. – Nowadays, there are Uganda, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia, Togo, Kenya, Burundi, Côte d'Ivoire among our partner-countries. Participation in this exhibition will allow us to enter new markets”.
Russian GPS/GLONASS tracking devices manufacturer is demonstrating innovative solutions for vehicle tracking in a booth E20, hall 2. Products portfolio includes a variety of high-quality equipment with different functional opportunities: from basic to advanced.
In addition, Galileosky specialists are presenting self-programming possibilities using an exclusive technology of their own development called Easy Logic, which allows an installer to program functionality and set reactions to events on his own. Thus, thanks to Easy Logic the tasks of any complexity can be solved.
This year, SECUREX, taking place at Gallagher Convention Centre, brings together over 6,000 visitors and over 160 exhibitors representing 13 countries. Leveraging 23 years of experience in the field of security, access control and video surveillance systems, fire protection, information collection and telematics technologies has earned SECUREX its reputation as Africa’s leading sector trade show.
To make an appointment with Galileosky at SECUREX 2017 register via form at their website.