ESX Expo Floor Over 70 Percent Sold Out

ESX Expo Floor Over 70 Percent Sold Out

The show floor for the 2013 Electronic Security Expo (ESX), for June 17-21 (Expo: June 19-20), is already more than 70% sold out, as new and returning exhibitors prepare to share quality conversations with the industry’s leading security integration and monitoring companies.

As the only major national trade show focused exclusively on the needs of security integration and monitoring teams, suppliers arrive ready to talk about much more than product/service features. Quality conversations review how products/services can help increase company revenues, profits and enterprise value.

There are over 140 exhibitors already locked in for the 2013 show, representing the latest and greatest in video surveillance, access control, intrusion detection, fire detection, central station equipment and software, identification systems, home and building control, IT networks, storage back-up and security, residential and commercial audio/video, installation accessories, test instruments and supplies, security robotics and more.

"It is a pleasure to participate in ESX year after year as there is always a new and growing attendance, allowing me to reach more and more people with my existing product line as well as my new products,” said Bill Pitcher, vice president of sales and marketing at GEM Electronics and veteran ESX Exhibitor.

“The attendees are all very knowledgeable and understand exactly what my product line offers. It is helpful to have in-depth discussions as to system installation difficulties they may be having so I can develop more problem-solving products that will eliminate those difficulties."

In addition to exhibiting veterans like GEM, 30 new exhibiting and sponsoring companies will have a presence at this year's show.

"We're excited to be exhibiting at ESX this year," said David Gagne, CEO of Winland Electronics. "The event gives us the opportunity to connect with the industry's best security companies, and we expect to talk with real decision-makers on the show floor."

New exhibiting and sponsoring companies include:



Central Station Inc.

Cooper Industries

Criticom Monitoring Services (CMS)

Digital Management Solutions

DynaQuip Controls

Emerson Network Power Surge Protection

EtherWAN Systems, Inc.

Evax Systems, Inc.

i3 International

Intrasonic Technology

Keep Your IP Inc.

Kwikset Corporation

Louroe Electronics


Next Level Security Systems


SAFE Security

SALTO Systems


Security Door Controls

Select Engineered Systems

Senstar Inc.

SilverFox Link


Topnos Inc.

Winland Electronics Inc.

Winncom Technologies, Inc.

For a complete listing of exhibitors, click here. The show floor this year will include the dedicated NexTech Zone, where exhibitors focused on home automation, energy management, IT and interactive services will display some of the latest products and services in these categories, as well as the new Security Robotics Tech Zone, where exhibitors will demonstrate security robots and robotics platforms to ESX attendees.

For more information on sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities, contact Jessica DaCosta at or 508-618-4226.

Registration for ESX is now open at The popular Deluxe Pass includes access to all the seminar/super session offerings, networking events, food functions, the expo and more. For a complete list of registration options, visit:

For more information on attending ESX, contact Katie Westerduin at, of 508-618-7856.


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