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REGISTER TO ATTEND CLICK HERE! 14-17 MAY 2012 NEC BIRMINGHAM


WELCOME


On behalf of the organising team, I would like to welcome you to IFSEC International and to your Offi cial Preview for the 2012 event. To help you make the most out of the event, I have put together some helpful hints and tips about the show.


EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION Boasting 8 seminar theatres, IFSEC International is providing a fully comprehensive education programme. With more free to attend educational sessions than ever before and CPD points attributed to the majority of seminar sessions, be sure to check out the individual theatres for the full timetabled programmes.


PRODUCT INNOVATION With approximately 700 exhibitors, IFSEC International can promise you will fi nd a wide spectrum of exhibitors across the entire buying and infl uencing chain; from manufacturers and consultants, to installers, integrators and end-users, there is something for everyone.


Take a look at the ‘What’s Hot’ pages 24 – 26 for the scoop on some of the innovative products and services on display across the next four days! And do not forget to check out the dedicated Product Areas on the show fl oor: Access Control, CCTV, Counter Terror, IP and Network Security, Fire Solutions NEW for 2012! Intruder Alarms. Lone Worker NEW for 2012! and Physical Security. See page 27 and 28 for more details.


2012 FEATURES We’re also proud to point you in the direction of a number of NEW feature areas including; How Lighting Affects Surveillance, Enterprise Area, ipAssured Education Zone in association with Anixter and the New Product Innovation Showcase. Turn to pages 14, 16 and 30 to fi nd out more.


CONTENTS


General Information .......................................................................... 4 Security Management Theatre ..................................................... 6-7 Next Generation CCTV & Surveillance Education Theatre ........ 8-10 What’s New In Security? ................................................................ 12 How Lighting Affects Surveillance ................................................ 14 Engineers of Tomorrow – The UK Apprentice Skills Challenge ... 14 ipAssured Zone ............................................................................... 16 Lone Worker Protection Education Programme ...................... 18-19 Tavcom Training Theatre .......................................................... 20-22 What’s Hot ................................................................................. 24-26 Product Areas ........................................................................... 27-28 New to IFSEC ................................................................................... 30 Country Pavilions ............................................................................ 31 IFSEC International Centre Stage ............................................ 32-33 info4fi re.com Learning Zone .................................................... 34-35 Sponsors & Supporters .................................................................. 36 IFSEC International Security Industry Awards ............................. 37 Floorplan .................................................................................... 38-39 Exhibitor List ............................................................................. 40-45 Co-located Events ........................................................................... 46


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IFSEC CONNECTIONS Our fi rst high-level one-to-one meetings service for the senior-level community is set to provide the perfect opportunity for buyers to discuss products and systems with solution providers. For those who are participating in IFSEC Connections, please make your way to the IFSEC SELECT and Connections Lounge in Hall 3A.


REWARDING THE INDUSTRY Acknowledging the people, products and technological advancements that have played a major role in the security industry over the past year, the IFSEC International Security Industry Awards return for 2012. Check out the worthy fi nalists on page 37.


FIGHTING FIRE WITH FIRE SOLUTIONS With fi re and security convergence on the increase we’ve created the largest ever Fire Solutions area which will be fi lled to the brim with innovative fi re solutions for the end user and extensive industry knowledge for the installer. Take a look at the info4fi re.com Learning Zone content on pages 34 and 35 for the full programme.


THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT If you haven’t done so already, download the IFSEC International App to help you navigate the show, plan your day and fi nd out all you need to know about the four days of IFSEC International.


CO-LOCATION As part of the Protection & Management series IFSEC International will take place alongside Facilities Show and Safety & Health Expo (15 – 17 May 2012). Find out more about each show on page 44.


I’d like to round up by saying a big thank you to the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), our association partner, and all of our supporters and sponsors, and conclude by wishing you an extremely productive show. IFSEC International is ultimately a business platform for the international security market, so be sure to make the most of your time at the event.


Charlie Cracknell Event Director


Security, UBM Live


IFSEC International is organised by UBM Live. Ludgate House, 245 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 9UY Tel: 020 7921 5000 • Fax: 020 7921 8059


Published for UBM Live by The Eventful Publishing Co Ltd 43 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4AA www.eventfulpublishing.co.uk | Tel: 020 7324 4800 | Fax: 020 7324 4801


Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in the compilation of this publication, the organisers and publishers cannot accept any liability for any errors and omissions.


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