Security News » Video News Archives http://www.securitynewsdesk.com Security News, Publishing, Products and more... Sun, 20 Apr 2014 07:00:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Surveillance – A ubiquitous solution to an ever-present threat http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/10/16/a-ubiquitous-solution-to-an-ever-present-threat/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/10/16/a-ubiquitous-solution-to-an-ever-present-threat/#comments Wed, 16 Oct 2013 14:02:15 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=37132 The modern civil and homeland security practitioner faces the same challenges that General Rupert Smith explained in his seminal work ” The Utility of Force” – citing a “war among the people” as being the ...

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3407054901_fed016540a_bThe modern civil and homeland security practitioner faces the same challenges that General Rupert Smith explained in his seminal work ” The Utility of Force” – citing a “war among the people” as being the new norm in modern military operations. Today’s “security war among the people” takes place within a complex and challenging environment of bustling towns & cities, transport hubs, ports and national borders where the vast majority of law-abiding citizens wish and expect to go about their work & recreation in peace and security.

Those who seek to disrupt our peace and security for either criminal, ideological or misguided personal reasons, will seldom if ever broadcast their intentions in advance. It is down to security practitioners to spot known criminals as they arrive at our national borders or population/business centres –  identifying potentially suspicious actions within a sea of innocent passers-by. A hellish dull but essential job. Once a security event has commenced, gaining situational awareness of exactly what is going on and who is involved (whether a bag-snatch, assault or a Navy Yard /Westgate shooting) in the scenario, is of critical importance but enormously challenging in a busy, built-up area. CCTV once thought to be a panacea for all security ills has proven woefully inadequate in these scenarios. Unless the surveillance gods are smiling on you, the chances are there are gaps in your CCTV coverage, or your operator doesn’t recognise a suspect, is distracted on the phone, or scanning elsewhere, or blinking… when a crucial event happens, or happened. Unfortunately, the impact of one low-level tactical event not correctly resolved, upon public confidence and organisational reputation can be strategically significant.

Viseum security and surveillance solutions, have been optimised for total situational awareness in the complex and challenging contemporary operating environment of busy towns, cities and transport hubs. No other product package comes close to generating our ubiquitous intelligent security presence. Viseum’s aim is to prime and enhance the human response to security incidents. Truly a force-multiplier, our globally patented technology offers security practitioners a continuous 360 degree unblinking stare across any area of responsibility, without the need for hundreds of CCTV cameras and valuable monitoring staff. Our sophisticated analytics software generates a virtual security operator who is never distracted, never tired and never blinking or looking away. The virtual operator conducts, automated pan/tilt/zoom camera operation concurrent with facial recognition, pedestrian and vehicle tagging/tracking, generation of suspicious activity alerts to control room staff, as well as known areas of interest surveillance overwatch and instantaneous forensic analysis of a previously unknown perpetrator’s movements before and after an event. We can present incident commanders and the judiciary with an unbroken golden thread of video evidence about what happened and who was involved. Many have attempted to generate this intelligent analytics package, but only Viseum has succeeded. Hooligans, criminals, rogue employees and terrorists be warned.

crime5Viseum’s  world class pedigree is well-known to UK and international law-enforcement agencies and some strategic security specialists. However, thus far we have limited our sphere of operations to a niche market. However, given the significant crime and terror threats terrorist being openly discussed by our security services, I would like to announce our intention to move into the homeland Security and international defence & security sectors. I am confident that our product and agile R&D capability will revolutionise border and public security as well as minimising the on-base risk to our deployed military.

Viseum solutions are 5-6 times more effective than its nearest competitor. I encourage you to take a look and request more details from me and my staff at www.viseum.co.uk

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Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club to stream live HD coverage of sell-out show http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/07/23/ronnie-scotts-jazz-club-to-stream-live-hd-coverage-of-sell-out-show/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/07/23/ronnie-scotts-jazz-club-to-stream-live-hd-coverage-of-sell-out-show/#comments Tue, 23 Jul 2013 15:26:24 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=32107 On Tuesday 23 July from 10pm, in a Ronnie Scott’s first, jazz legend Wynton Marsalis’ sell out show is to be broadcast live to a potential audience of millions around the world.

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Panasonic equipment will enable iconic artist Wynton Maralis’ performance to be live streamed in High Definition

LOW RES SAMPLE IMAGES (2)Ronnie Scott’s is one of the oldest and most famous jazz clubs in the world having been opened by Ronnie Scott and Pete King in October 1959.  In the 53 years it has been attracting jazz enthusiasts in London it has featured a huge gamut of jazz legends from Ella Fitzgerald to Miles Davis.

On Tuesday 23 July from 10pm, in a Ronnie Scott’s first, jazz legend Wynton Marsalis’ sell out show is to be broadcast live to a potential audience of millions around the world.  Thanks to the power of the internet and a ground breaking partnership with Panasonic, a world-wide audience will be given an unparalleled opportunity to experience the famed ambience of one of the world’s most iconic venues, swinging to one of jazz’s most iconic stars, all in stunning HD.

Tickets for Wynton Marsalis’ three night (six show) run from 22nd July sold out in a matter of hours, primarily to club members, so, with demand for tickets to see the legendary trumpeter, band leader and cultural champion far out-stripping demand, there is no better time to launch this exciting new venture. Just as the BBC gave unprecedented coverage of Glastonbury, live streaming from Ronnie Scott’s gives a unique opportunity to those unable to secure tickets to enjoy the music and take a sneak peak inside one of the world’s most iconic venues.

With a capacity of just 220, and almost all shows a complete sell-out, Ronnie Scott’s has turned to technology to help take the unique Ronnie’s experience beyond the walls of the club. Simon Cooke, the club’s Managing Director, explained; ”We are keen to give those who can’t make the journey into London’s Soho, people too far away or simply those who can’t get a ticket the opportunity to enjoy the Ronnie Scott’s magic for themselves and we are delighted that an artist of Wynton’s stature, arguably the most influential jazz musician of the last forty years, has agreed to feature in our very first broadcast from the club.”

As expected from Ronnie Scott’s the technical set-up will be of high end, with a state-of-the art multi camera AV set-up alongside a broadcast and recording studio installed in the historic Frith Street venue. The broadcast will be shot using discreetly positioned Panasonic AW-HE120 integrated remote video cameras and at least one AG-HPX250 P2 HD handheld camcorder (the same used by the BBC for HD recording).  Meanwhile the club’s AV team will mix the audio/visual stream live, broadcasting in-the-moment vivid high definition images onto screens and into homes across the globe.  This remarkably sophisticated multi-camera set up – undoubtedly one of the best in the world for a club of this size – allows low-light filming of multiple positions giving viewers a genuine impression of being amidst the live audience and a real feeling for the intimate atmosphere of one of the world’s greatest jazz clubs – all without detracting from the experience of those lucky enough to have a ticket to the show.

Access to the broadcast is simple and free of charge, just visit ronniescotts.co.uk from 10pm tonight. For more information on how Panasonic broadcast equipment is being used to help Ronnie Scott’s augment its product and take the Ronnie Scott’s experience beyond its Frith Street venue, visit business.panasonic.co.uk

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Video: Dallmeier – Panomera Roadshow at Wembley Stadium http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/07/04/video-dallmeier-panomera-roadshow-at-wembley-stadium/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/07/04/video-dallmeier-panomera-roadshow-at-wembley-stadium/#comments Thu, 04 Jul 2013 10:32:30 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=30493 SecurityNewsDesk.com catches up with the Dallmeier Panomera roadshow at Wembley Stadium to learn about the multi-focal sensor system.

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SecurityNewsDesk.com catches up with the Dallmeier Panomera roadshow at Wembley Stadium to learn about the multi-focal sensor system. The Panomera truck has been on the road for its 2013 European roadshow, visiting Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, the Netherlands and Poland.

 

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Video: Raytec’s new breed of surveillance lighting launched at Intersec Dubai 2013 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/18/video-raytecs-new-breed-of-surveillance-lighting-launched-at-intersec-dubai-2013/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/18/video-raytecs-new-breed-of-surveillance-lighting-launched-at-intersec-dubai-2013/#comments Mon, 18 Feb 2013 10:20:14 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19733 VARIO IP is available in both Infra-Red and White-Light and provides dedicated IP lighting allowing for remote set up, commissioning, operation and maintenance of your lighting scheme.

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VARIO IP is available in both Infra-Red and White-Light and provides dedicated IP lighting allowing for remote set up, commissioning, operation and maintenance of your lighting scheme.

Once integrated into your network system, VARIO IP can be accessed and controlled via an integrated web interface at anytime from anywhere on the network.

VARIO IP is provided as standard with software to locate and connect to any illuminator on your network. VARIO IP allows users to have full control over their lighting at all times, to alter settings and instantly respond to operational changes or live events in real time, for the best CCTV images and safety 24/7.

VARIO IP Web Interface Provides:

  • Quick access screen for manual adjustment and instant response to live events
  • Instant control of individual or group of lights
  • Basic settings: power on/off, boost and deterrent lighting
  • User defined advanced settings
  • Diagnostics for instant feedback on the status each light
  • Fully password protected

An API is also available for VMS integration, allowing quick and easy operation of your lighting within your overall security system. VARIO IP reduces visits to site, minimises labour time and costs, whilst ensuring maximum performance from your system at all times.

All VARIO illuminators help cameras produce superior images at night and generate longer illumination distances using less power. With interchangeable lensing and Hot-spot Reduction Technology, VARIO makes specification much easier, and makes over-exposure and noisy images a thing of the past, even for the inexperienced lighting integrator.

For more information on VARIO IP please visit www.rayteccctv.com

 

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Video: Adam Daniels guides us through the Intercall systems product range http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/12/video-adam-daniels-guides-us-through-the-intercall-systems-product-range/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/12/video-adam-daniels-guides-us-through-the-intercall-systems-product-range/#comments Tue, 12 Feb 2013 12:18:36 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19494 Click here to view the embedded video.
Hot off the heels of the busiest and biggest Intersec Dubai show ever, SecurityNewsDesk brings you a brief look at Intercall, the UK manufacturer of call systems. Adam Daniels, ...

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Hot off the heels of the busiest and biggest Intersec Dubai show ever, SecurityNewsDesk brings you a brief look at Intercall, the UK manufacturer of call systems. Adam Daniels, International Sales Manager, talks to us about their range of products including Nurse Call, Cell Call and panic alarm systems as well as disabled toilet and refuge alarm systems for offices, hotels and restaurants.

Contact
www.intercall-uk.com 

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Elmdene powers ahead after successful Intersec 2013 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/07/elmdene-powers-ahead-after-successful-intersec-2013/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/07/elmdene-powers-ahead-after-successful-intersec-2013/#comments Thu, 07 Feb 2013 09:50:40 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19055 Click here to view the embedded video.
Innovative electronic security and fire products manufacturer, Elmdene International Limited – a subsidiary of Potter Electric Signal, LLC – reports seeing a record number of visitors during the recent ...

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Innovative electronic security and fire products manufacturer, Elmdene International Limited – a subsidiary of Potter Electric Signal, LLC – reports seeing a record number of visitors during the recent Intersec 2013 event in Dubai, up 25% year-on-year, where it announced plans to double business in the region in the coming year. The positive outcome at Intersec was helped, in part, by Elmdene having a strong presence across two different halls throughout the event and being able to unveil new solutions such as its latest, highly efficient, Power Supply Units (PSUs) based on switch mode technology, a cost-effective in-line UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) and Power over Ethernet (PoE) standby PSU devices.

Visitors to Intersec were particularly drawn to the company’s growing range of switch mode PSUs for security and fire applications. Once in place these flexible power supply units have the potential to unlock major energy savings for end users as they are much more efficient (80-87%) compared to older linear models. Significantly, the latest variants can also cope with a wide input voltage range so, unlike some competing products, there is not the complication of needing different versions – 110V or 240V – to be specified, or held in stock, to meet the demands of different countries. Another benefit of Elmdene’s switch mode PSUs is the ability to run significantly cooler than established linear designs. In practical terms this means that they are less liable to fail at high temperatures – an important factor in the Middle East. Operating between 90V and 260V they also offer the potential to cope with fluctuations in the electrical supply.

The key business message from Elmdene at Intersec was the announcement that the company plans to double its turnover across the Middle East during 2013, with the GCC area a primary target in achieving this goal. Moving forward this sales effort is being supported by a strong commitment to customer service. A case in point is the fact that stock is held locally in Jebel Ali, UAE. This measure is designed to expand local access to Elmdene’s product range in the same time zone, so speeding the delivery process. In addition, the company confirmed at the show that recruitment is now underway to have someone in place to offer on-the-ground sales support and training. Another advantage that Elmdene dealing with Middle East customers is the ability to provide products that meet European and, through its association with Potter Electric Signal, LLC, American standards.

Said Ian Moore, Managing Director at Elmdene International Limited: “We are delighted with our success at this year’s event where we not only had our own stand on the UK Pavilion – alongside other members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) – but also displayed a selection of our key product lines like switch mode PSUs on distributor Norbain’s booth. Being in two different halls this time around has certainly proved to be to our advantage. Footfall was up, which is good in itself, but we were also pleased with the high quality of the visitors that we saw across the three days. As a direct result of Intersec several new accounts have already been identified in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE and Oman. This places us in a strong position as we look to achieve our ambitious growth targets for the region. ”

For more information on Elmdene and its products please log on to www.elmdene.co.uk. Elmdene also has a YouTube Channel which can be found at www.youtube.com/user/ElmdeneInternational and a Twitter account @ElmdeneIntLtd.

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Video: ASSA ABLOY’s strong focus on wireless access control at Intersec http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/video-assa-abloys-strong-focus-on-wireless-access-control-at-intersec/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/video-assa-abloys-strong-focus-on-wireless-access-control-at-intersec/#comments Tue, 05 Feb 2013 13:58:22 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19154 Click here to view the embedded video.
ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, successfully demonstrated its latest Aperio™ wireless lock technology for access control and its Award winning ecosystem for replacing keys with ...

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ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, successfully demonstrated its latest Aperio™ wireless lock technology for access control and its Award winning ecosystem for replacing keys with mobile phones Seos™.

More than 21,000 people attended Intersec Dubai – the leading trade fair for security, safety and fire protection in the Middle East. ASSA ABLOY exhibited both entirely new solutions and further developments of proven products from its HID Global, Abloy, Yale and Traka brands at one booth.

“We are very pleased with the way the show went,” said Damian Marsh, Sales Director Access Control EMEA. “Our visitors were impressed by our access control range and the market listened attentively. We made many interesting contacts – Intersec Dubai was a complete success.”

ASSA ABLOY Access Control put the focus on its global, wireless platform that provides an easy, affordable way to connect additional openings to an existing electronic access control system. Aperio™ uses wireless communication (IEEE 802.15.4) between the lock and an Aperio™ hub to provide real-time communication to the access control system.
This simplifies installation, reducing costs and complexity compared to traditional access control. With real-time authentication and alarms, Aperio™ uses AES 128-bit wireless encryption.

Contact
www.assaabloy.com/aperio

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Center Group promises to add value to CCTV distribution with Nexus Connect http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/center-group-promises-to-add-value-to-cctv-distribution-with-nexus-connect/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/center-group-promises-to-add-value-to-cctv-distribution-with-nexus-connect/#comments Tue, 05 Feb 2013 11:56:27 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19127 Developing a sustainable video security distribution model in a market dominated by low margins and competition on price – that’s the goal behind CCTV Center’s new CCTV distribution venture, Nexus Connect.

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The Center Group is made up of two divisions: CCTV Center and Nexus Connect

Developing a sustainable video security distribution model in a market dominated by low margins and competition on price – that’s the goal behind CCTV Center’s new CCTV distribution venture, Nexus Connect.

It’s a new twist on installer partner programmes, schemes operated and controlled by manufacturers to build loyalty among integrators which generally involves a commitment from the installation company to buy a certain value of product solely from that manufacturer.

In the case of Nexus Connect, however, the distributor takes a central position between the manufacturers (more than one) and the integrators/installers and justifies the position on the basis that it manages sales leads for the benefit of all involved and provides technical expertise to the integrators.

The Nexus Connect proposition is straightforward enough: selected manufacturers (VMS firm SeeTec, camera firms Sony, JVC, Panasonic, FLIR, and Videotec, along with ancillary products when required) provide equipment and training to a limited number (16 being the target) of independent, small to medium sized integrators through Nexus Connect; the integrators in turn work with Nexus Connect to design a tailored security system for the end user. The integrator installs the system, and Nexus Connect guarantees it will work.

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Video: Bob Tate, director of the Center Group, explains the concept behind Nexus Connect

The aim is to shift competition for contracts away from focussing solely on price and more toward a value proposition which balances price against quality.

Bob Tate, who heads up the Nexus Connect division, puts it simply: “The traditional route to market is a bloodbath, ultimately, on price. With Nexus we want to add value at every stage of the chain – for the manufacturer, for the integrator, and most importantly, for the end user, which is the best way to ensure repeat business.”

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Bob Tate, Center Group

The key, he says, is transparency and honesty. “We are being completely upfront with our partners about what we expect them to bring to the scheme: the manufacturers will provide priority pricing, training and marketing support, the integrators agree to take part in that training and to a business plan with Nexus Connect.

“All partners will have a named individual who is the main point of contact for the programme. We will coordinate the lead management scheme, so that the sales leads we receive are passed on to the most suitable integrator partner for the job.

“The aim is simple – we want to create more business opportunities for integrators, because that in turn means more business for both our manufacturers and Nexus Connect. And the best way to do that is to build a reputation for providing high quality systems.”

History repeating itself?

Andy Coombes, Phil Campbell, and Tim Cocks and Jeremy Cocks started CCTV Warehouse, a traditional-style CCTV distribution company, in 1984. This grew to become the second biggest UK security distributor after Norbain, and in 1994, Norbain bought CCTV Warehouse.

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Andy Coombes, Center Group

Part of the condition of CCTV Warehouse’s sale was that it was not able to trade in the UK for five years; but it retained its export business, which was strong at the time. This enabled Coombes, Campbell and Tim Cocks to establish CCTV Center distribution businesses in Spain and France. While the French operation eventually closed, the Spanish CCTV Center (now a separate entity to the UK operation) is currently the biggest independent distributor in that country’s security market.

CCTV Center UK was established in 2000, and traded as a general multi-brand security distributor up to 2004, when the decision was made to become a Panasonic-only distribution company. CCTV Center became, over time, more entrenched in IP video, and encouraged installers to move from analogue to IP – between 2007 and 2012 its customers buying IP-based Panasonic equipment increased from 10 per cent of sales to 85 per cent.

And after becoming a single-brand Panasonic distributor, CCTV Center moved from the ‘box-shifting’ distribution model to a more projects and solutions-based business – with 80-90 per cent of its sales going to projects where its technical team had helped with system design and specification.

But with economic downturn and recession came more difficult trading conditions, as evidenced by Norbain’s 2012 pre-pack administration and sale.

“As a single brand distributor, it works if you’ve got the backing of the manufacturer,” Coombes said. “But as everyone started to struggle, it started not working for us.

“And in 2012, we were finding that the move to VMS-based solutions were on the increase. So if we wanted to provide Panasonic cameras via VMS, we didn’t really have an offering.”

But what they did have was an opportunity with SeeTec, a German video management system that dominates its home market and is in the top two in the majority of European countries. SeeTec, as it turned out, was looking to launch a UK business – so the timing was ideal.

Tate says there are 37 integrators which Nexus connect will be targeting as potential partners, but that it would welcome approaches from others that may fit the criteria.

“They’re medium-sized, multi-disciplined, independent companies, obviously moving to IP, and with an awareness of the importance of green issues,” he says. “But most importantly, they embrace our ‘soft values’ – the understand the benefits of partnership, they’re forward thinking, and they are committed to the scheme.

“That could mean, potentially that they come from outside the CCTV industry – possibly from an IT background.”

The plan is for the integrator partners to be relatively complementary, in terms of UK geographical coverage and vertical market coverage, reducing the potential for conflicts within the scheme, but Tate and Coombes are aware that their trust in the way the lead management scheme is run will be important in this aspect.

Coombes says: “These integrators are grown up – they know that there will be some competition, but we also know that if we bring them business, they will be loyal.”

CCTV Center is now Center Group (which has always been the company’s name, though it had only ever traded under the CCTV Center banner), and is comprised of the Nexus Connect division and the CCTV Center division, which will continue to sell products in the more traditional distribution fashion.

For the foreseeable future, though, Center Group says its focus is firmly on Nexus Connect and its sustainable distribution concept.

Links
www.nexus-connect.com
www.cctvcenter.com

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Video: ATG Access discusses the world’s strongest bollards at Intersec Dubai 2013 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/video-atg-access-discusses-the-worlds-strongest-bollards-at-intersec-dubai-2013/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/02/05/video-atg-access-discusses-the-worlds-strongest-bollards-at-intersec-dubai-2013/#comments Tue, 05 Feb 2013 10:57:19 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=19111 Intersec Dubai 2013: Tom Reeve, Editor of SecurityNewsDesk.com caught up with Gavin Hepburn, Sales and Marketing Director- ATG Access to discuss the need for the world’s strongest bollards and solutions to combat the threat to ...

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Intersec Dubai 2013: Tom Reeve, Editor of SecurityNewsDesk.com caught up with Gavin Hepburn, Sales and Marketing Director- ATG Access to discuss the need for the world’s strongest bollards and solutions to combat the threat to infrastructure.

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Exclusive Video: Final reports from Intersec Dubai 2013 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/01/17/exclusive-video-final-reports-from-intersec-dubai-2013/ http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/2013/01/17/exclusive-video-final-reports-from-intersec-dubai-2013/#comments Thu, 17 Jan 2013 06:52:54 +0000 http://www.securitynewsdesk.com/?p=18388 It’s been a busy three days at this year’s Intersec exhibition which has seen thousands of visitors flock to the show. Through its ten halls, 990 exhibitors (nearly 100 more than the previous year) presented ...

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It’s been a busy three days at this year’s Intersec exhibition which has seen thousands of visitors flock to the show. Through its ten halls, 990 exhibitors (nearly 100 more than the previous year) presented their latest products and services. SecurityNewsDesk.com has worked exclusively with show organiser Epoc Messe Frankfurt to bring you video news reports, and we’re proud to present our final two reports covering day two of Intersec Dubai 2013.

In our final two reports presented by Tom Reeve, Editor of SecurityNewsDesk.com, we speak to:

  • Mike Parry – Former Chairman of the BSIA Export Council
  • Honeywell
  • Tyco Fire
  • Tyco Security
  • CEM Systems
  • Andreas Rex – Senior Show Manager, Intersec Dubai 2013
  • Infinova

We hope you’ve enjoyed our exclusive video news reports and if you’re thirsty for more, keep a look out for our full showreel of Intersec Dubai 2013 – Coming soon!

Missed our previous reports? See them all at IntersecExpo.com

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