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


NEW TO IFSEC


NEW PRODUCT & INNOVATION SHOWCASE 77% of visitors visit IFSEC International to fi nd new and innovative products. This year IFSEC International brings you the New Product Innovation Showcase – a brand new feature for you to discover what’s really new within the security industry!


Located in our brand new Education Zone in Hall 5, the New Product Innovation Showcase is the dedicated area to visit to fi nd out what is being launched to the market during IFSEC International.


Products not to be missed include: Paxton’s Net2 PaxLock, a networked access control system in a door handle combining Paxton’s own reliable wireless protocol with the trusted technology of Net2; TDSi’s new biometric reader, DIGIgarde PLUS; and Integrated Design Limited’s new Glassgate 150 IP Turnstile (GG150).


ENTERPRISE AREA


Supporting industry at all levels, IFSEC International identifi ed the need to showcase new products and concepts from small to medium enterprises (SMEs). New to IFSEC International 2012 the Enterprise Area is a dedicated area for companies new to the exhibition world to showcase their new products and technologies.


Located in Hall 5, this is the perfect opportunity to see what’s hidden on the edges of IFSEC International and discover new products, services and opportunities to strengthen your business and protect your organisation.


Companies for you to meet include: Azuqi International Ltd, a hi-tech company specialising in- house designing, R&D, manufacturing and distribution; LPA Niphan, manufacturers of electrical connector systems; and Tehnomobil d.o.o. the leading Croatian company in areas of technical security, intelligent building management and risk detection and management.


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