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BSIA to conduct seminar on recent developments in CCTV sector

Published on 16 April, 2014
Surveillance camera commissioner will be discussing his first impressions of the CCTV sector
CCTV manufacturers and installers will showcase the latest technological developments at the BSIA seminar

A popular CCTV seminar and exhibition is set to arrive in Birmingham this summer, and will provide an opportunity for CCTV companies to reach out to delegates from a range of organisations including local businesses, civic authorities and the Police.

Organised by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), the event will take place at Edgbaston’s Tally Ho Conference and Banqueting Centre on Tuesday 24th June, and is expected to follow on from the success of a series of CCTV seminars held by the Association last year, which highlighted the appetite for CCTV best practice among end-users and security buyers.

While exhibition opportunities will enable CCTV manufacturers and installers to showcase the latest technological developments, an informative seminar will explore the latest changes in surveillance legislation and technology, while exploring recent developments in the CCTV sector.

Confirmed speakers at the event include:

  • Newly-appointed Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter, who assumed this Government position in March this year and will be discussing his first impressions of the CCTV sector
  • ACC Marcus Beale, West Midlands Police ACPO Lead for CCTV, who will be presenting on CCTV and its use in police investigations
  • Simon Adcock, Chair of the BSIA's CCTV Section, who will discuss the development of CCTV Operational Requirements, which provide the vital link between customers’ expectations and the technical requirements of CCTV systems

Free to attend, this half-day event is open to everyone with a professional interest in CCTV, including local businesses, security installers, specifies, consultants and security managers, as well as local authorities and police.

In a city where the installation of CCTV has proven controversial in recent years, this event is expected to prove popular, and would-be exhibitors are encouraged to reserve stand space early.

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