A whole 12 months on since IFSEC 2017 and they’re excited to be back showcasing how their technologies and solutions are advancing integration and delivering change, at the ExCeL London, between 19 and 21 June.

Integration has been a key theme that has seen the convergence of industries and the developments of security solutions to add control, automation and remote functions. Pyronix and Hikvision are at the forefront of this technological advancement, showing solutions which combine multiple aspects of security to provide real-world solutions to the customers.

Engaging the end user 

"Now is the time to engage the end user with their security like never before," Laurence Kenny, Pyronix Marketing Manager, said. He continues: "The interface with traditional security systems is changing. Largely driven by IoT companies and tech giants, we are putting this approach into security so users can communicate with their systems like never before, and our installers maintain a competitive advantage by differentiating their offering."

Each day of IFSEC, the attendees will be taken through the evolution of intrusion systems with a few peeks into the future; with live demonstrations of how one can see, speak to and listen to security.

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Hikvision case studies

Hikvision multi-site surveillance solution protects Gujarat Technical Education facility

VMS software and IP products from Hikvision, a supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, are now being used by the Government of Gujarat Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), to protect and administer education facilities and services across Western India. A government organisation that provides qualitative and higher level technical training for students from a diverse mix of financial and social backgrounds, the Directorate of Technical Education’s (DTE) goal...

Hikvision security cameras and advanced video tech installed at wild bar-headed goose hotspots in China

Hikvision, global provider of innovative security products and solutions, is partnering with Green River, a China-based NGO that promotes and organises environmental protection activities, in particular towards protecting the bar-headed goose, one of the highest-flying birds in the world. The Yangtze River source and Bender Lake in Western China is a natural high-altitude habitat for the wild bar-headed goose. Although this area is a “no-man’s land” at 4,700 meters above sea l...

Hikvision’s IP video surveillance system used to upgrade security at London’s Kew Gardens

Nestled on the banks of the river Thames, Kew Gardens in southwest London is home to the most diverse collection of living plants anywhere in the world. At 330 acres in size, it’s London’s largest UNESCO world heritage site, and has a history stretching back more than 250 years. The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, attracts more than 1.6 million visitors every year, coming to see the 30,000 different kinds of plants, and to visit the Herbarium, which has over seven million preserved pl...