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As part of IFSEC International’s investment into educational show content, this brand new feature area in Hall 5 will demonstrate how different lighting conditions affect surveillance.

Representing IP camera technology, a number of manufacturers including Samsung, Tyco, Genie CCTV and Merit Lilin will be demonstrating their cameras in this feature area. Raytec will provide the lighting, Milestone will act as the VMS platform provider, and Controlled Limited will play the role of integrator. IFSEC International would also like to highlight the participation of Rotatest UK who have kindly provided the Rotakins for this feature.

Visitors to this product demo area will be able to observe the product demonstrations via four large scale plasma screens, and individually across the sponsors own demonstration pods. The four rooms will feature different lighting conditions and include the following areas:

• Room one – Infra-Red • Room two – Street Scene • Room three – White Light • Room four – Challenge Lighting


Catering for the next generation of security engineers, Engineers of Tomorrow sponsored by CSL Dualcom, in association with Skills for Security, Texecom, SSAIB and NSI (National Security Inspectorate) returns to IFSEC International 2012.

As part of the four day challenge, security apprentices, working in pairs, will showcase their skills by taking part in a number of exercises that test their competencies alongside their mental and physical capabilities. Throughout the challenge, participants will be required to carry out a fault- finding exercise before re-commissioning an existing system in line with EN standards. In line with the changing landscape of security, the Challenge will also include an element of critical assessment and a demonstration of installation skills.

Jeff Little - CEO at the National Security Inspectorate said, “The importance of apprenticeships in our industry cannot be underestimated. Employers are realising all the time that, to gain competitive advantage within a sector whose technology is evolving at an ever increasing pace, employing apprentices can only have a most positive long term effect – not only for the future of their own organisations but also for the wider industry.

“The UK’s security sector has incredible potential but, unless we nurture and invest in the young talent which will lead it into the future, we do risk stunting its growth and becoming left behind in the technology stakes.


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“The NSI is proud to support this national competition and would urge those visiting IFSEC this year to see for themselves the incredible talent developing within our engineers of tomorrow.”

The winning pair will share a cash prize of £1000, with first, second and third place honoured at the Security Excellence Awards at Hilton Park Lane, London on the evening of 17th October 2012.

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These purpose built rooms will demonstrate how the effective use of lighting and surveillance solutions can overcome these extreme and challenging conditions.

This feature area is a must see for all installers, integrators and end-users who want to see camera and lighting technology working together in a real environment.

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