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IFSEC International will bring together many of the world’s leading access control companies including ievo, Gallagher, Kaba, TDSi, Paxton Access, Salto Systems and HID – all set to showcase the industry’s latest product innovations.

Whether you are an installer or security management professional a visit to the Access Control Product Area in


Whichever part of the security supply chain you are part of, from installing and specifying, distributors and consultants, systems integrators and security management professionals, there are many benefits to attending the CCTV & Surveillance product area at IFSEC International 2012 in Hall 5.

Covering all aspects of CCTV and surveillance, this dedicated product area will feature the very latest products and services in the industry, including video surveillance, central control rooms and the innovations with high definition technology. Other products on display include ANPR, IP cameras, remote surveillance, thermal imaging, video analytics, and much more.


Reflecting the need for today’s society to have effective counter terror measures against the ever present threats on the UK and international landscape – the Counter Terror Product Area in Hall 3A offers visitors an opportunity to browse 1000s of products including Counter Terror/Physical Security, Access Control CCTV, Fire Safety, Intruder Alarms and Integrated Security/ IP Networks.


Whilst CCTV is still a popular topic at IFSEC International, intruder alarms and fire detection are now high on the list too. Fire Solutions at IFSEC International will bring together more than 30 of the world’s leading fire safety manufacturers, and a wealth of education in the Learning Zone.

Located in Hall 3A, the Fire Solutions product area will play host to the likes of Apollo Fire Detectors, Advanced Electronics, C-Tec, Kentec, Hochiki Europe (UK), Tyco Fire Protection Products, EMS Radio Fire & Security, Teledata, The Fire Beam Company and Intertek plus many more. SHOW PREVIEW SPONSORED BY

Hall 4 will allow you to identify and compare a range of integrated access control systems, readers, controllers and software systems.

See first hand how systems work • Play, see and experiment with a range of products • Compare 100s of access control solutions from leading international manufacturers

• Discuss with experts how you can effectively install access control systems into your business

• Discover new benefits of analogue, IP and hybrid solutions

• Learn which new CCTV and Surveillance solutions can counter your individual risks

• Improve your customer offering by sourcing reliable equipment

• Meet new suppliers to reduce costs and increase margins • Maintain existing relationships with current suppliers • See, touch, play with and compare different products all under one roof

• Take advantage of the free technical expertise and advice on offer

• Undertake weeks or months of research for future projects with one visit

This area will bring together international companies that will assist organisations on National resilience, Counter- terrorism, Border security, Surveillance and Policing issues.

• Recognise threats • Discover 1000s of solutions and innovations to combat risks

• Share best practice and innovation with peers and industry experts

• Browse products, services and technologies to reduce the vulnerability of the national infrastructure

Whether you already install both fire safety and security solutions or you’re considering moving into fire safety, make sure you attend Fire Solutions.

• Discuss your requirements with leading manufacturers • Discover how fire safety systems can be integrated into your building management systems easily and effectively

• Source state-of-the-art alarm systems and the latest detection solutions

• Find out the potential costs of expanding your current product offering

Find out more about the products you should be using at the free-to-attend Learning Zone.

Visit us on Stand C60 in Hall 5


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