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IFSEC INTERNATIONAL SHOW PREVIEW


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Join the global security industry at IFSEC International 2019


IFSEC International is the UK and Europe’s leading integrated security event, taking place on 18-20 June at ExCeL London


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FSEC International is the global hub for energy and innovation in the security industry, showing where the biggest developments are happening, and helping visitors set their security agenda for the year ahead. Visitors can source over 10,000 products, including video surveillance, cyber security, physical and perimeter security, intruder detection, access control, and fire. There are over 500 security suppliers exhibiting, and the most innovative technology in action, including deep learning analytics, behavioural biometrics and smart locks. Among the exhibitors confirmed are HID


Global, Cortica, CSL, Jacksons Fencing, BT Redcare, Genetec, Traka, Vidsys, AnyVision, Hisilicon, Abloy UK, Anixter, Avigilon, MIT Technologies, Azur Drones, Hanwha Techwin, IDIS and Texecom. IFSEC’s ‘Show Me How’ initiative gives you the chance to pose questions directly to the dedicated technicians behind the tech, enabling you to learn how products are installed, operated and maintained. Hanwha, briefCam, Advancis and Octopus Systems are amongst the companies involved in this year’s programme.


Testing the defences The LPCB Attack Testing Zone is one of the show’s most exciting features, seeing firms put accredited perimeter defence equipment to the test. Technicians will conduct live attack tests on a range of perimeter and facade security products, plus safes, security enclosures and padlocks, featuring products from leading suppliers such as Abloy, CLD


Fencing, Insafe, Jacksons Fencing, Kingsley Plastics and Sunray Engineering among others. These rigorous tests help you source and identify the solutions best suited to your security strategy by proving their efficacy live on the show floor.


Thought leadership IFSEC’s comprehensive conference agenda comprises over 35 hours of free content. At the Keynote Arena (sponsored by


Western Digital), security journalist Frank Gardner OBE presents a world-class agenda of security thought-leadership. Topics include using drones, organised crime reduction, social media and internet security, and tackling artificial intelligence and machine learning.


IFSEC International offers several other theatres including the Future of Security Theatre (sponsored by Tavcom) where experts will share their visions for the future of security, covering topics such as autonomous vehicles, AI in the electronic security industry, and future proofing CCTV networks. There will also be seminars on the “transformative value of integrating physical and cyber security.” It’s now easier to tailor your network at IFSEC with the 1-2-1 Meetings Service, which lets you build an agenda of pre-arranged formal meetings with suppliers, and the VIP & Hosted Buyers Lounge. Your IFSEC International 2019 ticket gives you complimentary access to three other co-located events: FIREX International, Safety & Health Expo and the Facilities Show.


Secure your free ticket at www.ifsec.co.uk/adf ADF JUNE 2019 WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK


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