Certis Security Australia showcases the future of security at 2021 ASIAL Security Conference

Australian security industry set to transform by utilising modern technologies

Certis Security Australia today showcased the future of the Australian security industry at the 2021 ASIAL Security Conference. Utilising modern technologies including robotics and artificial intelligence, the soon-to-be digitally transformed industry was presented via The Certis Experience, a new virtual presentation and conference platform that allows Certis Security to collaborate and present in a 360-degree immersive experience connecting participants with virtual sites from around the world.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we live, work and play. To meet the requirements of a changing world and to increase customer safety and engagement, we’re integrating technology into our offering more than ever before,” said Christian Dorau, General Manager of Technical Services & Customer Experience at Certis Security Australia.

Using The Certis Experience, Dorau and Fuji Foo, Chief Digital Officer at Certis Security presented the future of the Australian security industry via an innovative and immersive experience. Attendees of the 2021 ASIAL Security Conference were digitally transported to Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport, where the nature-themed entertainment and retail complex—linked to three of the airport’s passenger terminals—utilises Security+ in all areas of its system. This means visitors interact with Certis Security’s technology from the moment they leave their car until they board their flight, including kerbside patrol & traffic enforcement robots, CCTV & AI monitoring, and facility maintenance on lifts & major water features. In addition, attendees were virtually taken to Paya Levar Quarter—a retail, office and residential development in Singapore—to see how Certis Security uses next-gen solutions to locate missing persons and manage anti-social behaviour.

This vision for a technology-equipped security industry comes after Certis Security Australia recently expanded its technology focus by appointing a new Chief Executive, Kang Song Lim, and General Manager of Technology, Joanna Simpson, affirming the organisation’s commitment to technology-driven security solutions.