CTA Will Implement Enhanced Security Measures At CES 2017

Posted: Dec 3 2016, 3:49pm CST | by , in News | CES

CTA Will Implement Enhanced Security Measures at CES 2017

CTA taking advanced security measure to ensure safety at CES 2017. To make sure attendees enjoy a safe event security measures include increased security personnel along with metal detectors.

The CTA is taking all extra security measure to make sure CES 2017 is a secure event for attendees. Security measures include plans like bas restriction along with extra security personnel and metal detectors.

Gary Shapiro the president and CEO of the CTA, also responsible for producing the CES event, stated they are implementing advanced security measures. The aim is to maximize the safety of all attendees at the upcoming CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

According to Shapiro, 2017 is especially important as it marks the 50thanniversary of CES. Throughout all the years the event has seen incredible innovations which have improved the world.

This has also led to an increase in the number of attendees and exhibitors from around the world. Shapiro further stated as show organizer the people at the CTA have a responsibility to maximize the safety of all their guests which is also their primary goal.

The efforts have been designed in order to provide a safe and secure environment for an efficient and productive experience.

The CTA also revealed they are working along with law enforcement officials to ensure safety at all levels of their event. The security for CES 2017 will especially focus on restricting the entry of any bags bigger than 12” x 17” x 6".

Attendees can only bring two bags of the specified small size, into the official show venues. Similarly any rolling bags of any size will not be allowed to be brought along on any of the floors.

All CES 2017 attendees entering the venues will also have to go through a metal detector in addition to searches by the security personnel.

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