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The GPEC – abbreviation for General Police Equipment & Police Conference – has become Europe’s largest specialized trade fair for the police and security authorities. With a total of 462 exhibitors from 29 countries, the GPEC covers all relevant topics relating to internal security. It covers all material and equipment areas, serves as a one-stop store for the conservation of resources of the authorities and is in constant exchange about the current needs.
Date: May 31-June 02, 2022
Location: Messe Frankfurt (Germany)
Format: Closed special exhibition
Teamwire booth: Hall 3, Booth B13
Talk: Messenger App for Security Authorities: Status Quo and Development Steps | Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 | Speaker: Gianfranco Pizzata (Teamwire Sales Director)
It has never been more important to ensure both seamless and secure communication for all stakeholders in the security force environment. At Teamwire, our vision is to develop an out-of-the-box standard digital communication solution that specifically addresses the security needs of police forces, military forces, special forces, emergency services, and homeland security public services. And at the same time, it is in no way inferior to the user experience of a private-use messenger such as WhatsApp.
Security is a top priority for us. Teamwire is therefore not only built on a Zero Trust security model, but also complies with all European data protection regulations – including GDPR – offers complete data protection and comprehensive compliance for security authorities.
At our booth, we would like to show you live and in person how you can use our messenger to securely network and simply communicate with your entire workforce – whether in mobile operations or in main control centers – via text, voice messages and video calls. Accelerate your information flows and provide efficient communication even in emergency and crisis situations.
GPEC is an international trade fair & conference for internal security. It is held under the patronage of the Federal Minister of the interior and community, Nancy Faeser.
GPEC’s range of services includes:
GPEC 2022 is not open to the public – it is only accessible to visitors from national and international security authorities upon presentation of their official ID/identification. The entrance fee for authorities with pre-registration is EUR 5.00. Without pre-registration, the entrance fee is EUR 15.00 on site. Book your ticket now! Click here for the booking form!
Would you like to have a 1:1 conversation with one of our sales experts? And be sure to receive a product demo on a specific day, at a specific time? Then feel free to contact our sales team in advance and schedule an appointment.