Young innovative companies present their innovations

Wide range of products from trackers to protective clothing to emergency communications

Security Essen is also an important platform for start-ups. Here, they present their new products and services to an international audience and have the opportunity to make promising business contacts and network. The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK) promotes the participation of young innovative companies in selected leading international trade fairs in Germany. For example, the BMWK also supports a joint stand at the leading trade fair for civil security. At Security Essen, eleven young companies from Germany will present themselves in Hall 5 (booth number 5C29.1 to 5C29.22) from September 20 to 23, 2022. Represented are 7systems GmbH, Balzwerk UG, Connecting Media, Corevas, Hart Armour, Minova Technology, Nubicon, PP Bau, Safe2Home, Security Robotics as well as smartloxx. Below we present some exhibitors in more detail:

Minova Technology GmbH from Rottweil has smart tracking and tracing systems in its portfolio. Whether bins, containers, equipment, machines, vehicles or smaller shipments - the small devices offer a smart option for tracking and live tracking. Even factors critical to the goods, such as temperature or humidity, can be monitored and tracked with them.

With BMAcloud, KW Sicherheitstechnik makes it possible to maintain hazard detection systems in compliance with standards with just one technician. Normally, this requires two technicians, but digital processes allow this lean way of manufacturer-independent maintenance of all VdS-certified fire alarm systems.

A future-proof software for time recording and access control systems was the reason for founding nubicon. The cloud-based solution can be operated flexibly via any browser on any Internet-capable device, is simple and intuitive in its user guidance, and is reliable and secure.

The new Safe4Live carrying system from Hart Armour protects against ammunition such as AK47 and SS109 as well as against knife wounds. At the same time, it is particularly quick to don and easy to carry.

For emergency communications, Corevas has developed its EmergencyEye software. The solution can be easily installed on a smartphone and, in addition to video recordings of what is happening on site, also enables photo documentation, chat, location and reporting. EmergencyEye is already being used not only as an emergency call device, but also in the energy, gas and water industries, in chemical groups, and in logistics and service companies.

With its Security Audit, ConnectingMedia enables its customers to make informed decisions for the company and thus actively protect it. The Security Audit provides an objective view of the current state of IT security. Using the Pentest Engine, standardized and semi-automated tests are performed in the customer's network by real hackers.