Teleste’s Dubai Video Surveillance Summit has been organised to gather experts in VCA, IP cameras, PSIM & security system integration
At the summit, visitors will hear about Wavesight’s wireless transmission solutions designed for urban surveillance

Wavesight, the market-leading UK provider of professional outdoor wireless CCTV solutions, will be participating in a Video Surveillance Summit organised by Finnish technology company, Teleste. The event, which includes keynote addresses delivered by H.E Sheikh Khalid Bin Ahmed Al-Hamed and the Finnish Ambassador IIkka-Pekka Simila, takes place in Dubai, UAE on 7th December 2014. The purpose of the event is to enable delegates to learn more about the latest technologies and innovations to solve today’s challenges in building a safe city environment.

The Dubai Video Surveillance Summit has been organised to gather together leading experts in video content analytics, IP cameras, Physical Security Information Management systems (PSIM) and security system integration. It will enable security professionals to find out more about the latest and most innovative technologies for solving today’s challenges in creating a secure urban environment.

Teleste will be spending time demonstrating how the best security solution-providers are now working together to build reliable, cutting-edge security systems that solves customers’ problems in the real world. In addition to Teleste’s robust, scalable and interoperable video surveillance solutions, those attending the summit will hear about Wavesight’s powerful wireless transmission solutions designed for urban surveillance applications.

Other security companies involved in the event include Arecont Vision (megapixel IP network cameras), ArrowLabs (ANPR and ticketing solutions), CNL (PSIM technology for complete integrated situation management) and Ipsotek (intelligent video analytics). Chosen because their flexible and pioneering video surveillance solutions complement each other, these companies will be showcasing their security products and services and demonstrating how they can work together to solve the real-world problems experienced by the companies and authorities responsible for protecting civilians within urban environments.

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