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Also exhibiting will be ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions and ASSA ABLOY Security Doors
Synectics will be demonstrating the latest evolution of its field-proven control platform, Synergy 3

From government facilities, military bases and critical national infrastructure to the offices of global corporations and safe city projects, there is a critical need to look beyond single, stand-alone security solutions to an integrated approach that ‘joins the dots’ from all the available intelligence and data.

In response to this need, Counter Terror Expo 2014 will be featuring an Integrated Security in Action area which this year is being sponsored by Synectics, a leading name in the design and delivery of integrated surveillance solutions. As Karen Churchill, Sales Manager for Synectic Systems commented: “Counter Terror Expo attracts such a broad range of experts showcasing the latest innovations. It’s a melting pot for ideas and developments that are geared towards tackling threats impacting now and those predicted in the future”.

Synectics will be demonstrating the latest evolution of its field-proven command and control platform, Synergy 3. An open security software platform that mitigates risk and improves operational efficiency, Synergy 3 reflects the company’s continued commitment to customisable ‘hardware-agnostic’ security management systems that intelligently integrate with third-party products. In addition, Synectics will be exhibiting its range of IP and industrial-grade COEX cameras.

Also exhibiting will be ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions and ASSA ABLOY Security Doors. Tina Hughan, Head of Marketing for ASSA ABLOY, commented: “As the global leader in door opening solutions, ASSA ABLOY has a history of specification work on large and complex projects across commercial, public and industrial projects. The Counter Terror Expo provides the ideal platform to showcase our capacity to protect against manual attacks, as well as providing bullet, blast and fire resistance. The event also provides a perfect opportunity for our specification team to meet its customers, potential buyers and decision makers in the industry.”

In addition to a wide range of locks and doors, ASSA ABLOY will be displaying its innovative CLIQ™ Remote solution designed for organisations with a geographical spread of operations, including remote sites. Enabling the commissioning, programming and full administration of security management centrally via web-based software, the system can eliminate the need to service and monitor locks on site.

For Martin Lomberg, General Manager – Europe, Southwest Microwave, Counter Terror Expo “is clearly focused at professional bodies with a genuine interest in securing critical national infrastructure with the appropriate technologies and intrusion detection systems”. Southwest Microwave will be showcasing its latest IP Network intrusion detection modules and system interface capabilities, encompassing fence, covert buried cable and digital microwave technologies.

There will be live systems on display as well as a team of experts to provide demonstrations and answer specific project or system questions.

David Thompson, Event Manager, Clarion Defence & Security, commented: “The Integrated Security in Action area will feature all of the latest CCTV, access point, perimeter protection and control room security technologies as well as providing an interactive, educational showcase for integrated security platforms in action”.

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