Strong ISC West 2018, Says Manufacturers, GSX / ASIS Expected Weaker

By: IPVM Team, Published on Apr 17, 2018

Manufacturers say ISC West 2018 was strong, continuing the trend we have seen in 2017 results and 2016 results. However, those same 100 manufacturers expressed a much more concerned outlook on the upcoming ASIS, now GSX show.

In this note, we examine the statistics, manufacturers responses and outlook.

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  • "**** *********. **** ********, quality *****, **** **********, solid ********* *** ******* sessions"

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Comments (2)

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