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1 August 2023

ISAF Turkey, 2023

Dear partners!

Get ready to meet the TRASSIR team on September, 14th at the ISAF exhibition in Turkey.

Among the world’s leading events, ISAF is a global trade fair dedicated to the sectors of Security, Occupational Safety & Health, Fire Protection, Smart Home and IT Security.

Visit our stand to see TRASSIR's possibilities and usability with your own eyes, ask all sorts of questions, and even test the system yourself to see how TRASSIR's neural network technology can be used to solve multiple customer challenges.

We will be waiting for you on September 14th – 17th at the Istanbul Expo Center (IFM), Turkey.

TRASSIR will be located at booth number 4C-162.

See you there!

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