IFSEC to highlight latest security technology

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Taking place 13-16 May at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, IFSEC International will be providing insight into the future of security alongside keynote sessions from the top names in the industry. The show will cover CCTV and video surveillance, counter terror, access control and biometrics, intelligent buildings, integrated security, IP and networks, lone worker, and physical security.

Around the theme of CCTV and video surveillance, a dedicated product area will showcase the 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 and video analytics.

The IFSEC Academy provides access to seven education theatres allowing attendees to engage in the biggest issues in security from the industry experts. With the chance to gain CPE or CPD points towards professional development, IFSEC International helps to enhance knowledge and provide training to best tackle business needs.

As part of UBM’s Protection and Management Week, IFSEC International provides badge holders access to FIREX International, the Facilities Show, and Safety and Health Expo.

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