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International security fair opens in Turkish capital

2 April 2009, Thursday /THE ANATOLIA NEWS AGENCY
An international security fair opened in the  Turkish capital of Ankara on Thursday.

Ankara is featuring the International Security, Fire, Emergency, Search  and Rescue, and Telecommunication Fair (ISAF) for the 12th time.

The fair is taking place at the Altınpark Expo Center.

Eighty firms are displaying almost 700 products in the fair to stay open  till April 5.

CCTV cameras, monitors and monitoring systems, voice recorders, thermal  cameras, video analysis systems, and mine and explosive detectors are on display  in the fair.

ISAF is the one of the biggest trade exhibition that is approved as the  international specialization fair in 2003 by Industry and Trade Ministry of  Turkey.

The fair became the meeting center of both foreign and local producers,  sellers, distributors, vendors, and applicant firms with professional visitors.

In this aspect, ISAF meets the concern and needs of the participants and  visitors with the introducing the new technologic developments, the conferences  in which the sector problems and the solutions are discussed by the help of the  experts, panels and solution demonstrations.

ISAF is organized in Ankara since 2000.

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