Imaging takes centre stage at IFSEC security show

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Solutions in access control, integrated security solutions, intelligent buildings, intruder alarms, perimeter protection, safe cities and video surveillance, will be on show at this year’s IFSEC International event. The security show, which will take place from 17-19 June at the ExCeL centre in London, will have 650 exhibitors including leading names such as Samsung, Assa Abloy, Sony, Panasonic and Axis Communications.

Along with the exhibition halls, visitors will have access to presentations as part of the IFSEC Academy, which includes seven theatres each having a dedicated theme. Industry leaders will discuss the approaches that should be taken with security, fire, IT, data management and business solutions. Topics within the Academy range from safe cities, smart buildings, specialist installation training sessions, plus many more.

Registering to attend IFSEC International will provide visitors with access to the five additional shows running alongside it. Together all shows make up Protection and Management 2014 and serve as a one-stop-shop for attendees who are responsible for keeping buildings, and the people within them, safe and secure. Protection and Management 2014 is made up of IFSEC International, FIREX International, Facilities Show, Safety and Health Expo, Energy and Environment Expo, and Service Management Expo.

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