Each presentation will last for 20 minutes and take place on stand G1250
The Innovation Talks will include two presentations from John O'Donnell, Product Manager at Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt has announced that it will host a series of free to attend Innovation Talks at IFSEC International 2016, which takes place on 21st-23rd June at ExCeL, London. Experts from the company will be joined by guest speakers from its technology partners, who will offer insight and guidance on a number of hot topics that are currently affecting the security industry.

Each presentation will last for 20 minutes and take place on stand G1250, where delegates will also have the opportunity to get hands on with the latest Vanderbilt technology. Individuals from across the company will also be available to answer any questions and explain how it is pioneering a new approach to supply chain management and product provision.

Integration and automation

The Innovation Talks will include two presentations from John O'Donnell, Product Manager at Vanderbilt. In the first he will look at integration and automation solutions for building automation and protocols. Delegates will learn about the various applications that can interface with the SPC system, from building management systems (BMS) to home automation, exploring the benefits of protocols such as BACnet, ModBUS and KNX.

His second presentation will provide information about the benefits of becoming a Vanderbilt integration partner. He will discuss the features and benefits of the market leading SPC system and how it can offer excellent revenue generating opportunities.

Alarm management solutions

O'Donnell will be joined by Stephen Smith, Sales and Marketing Director at ISM UK, who will outline the various alarm management solutions for facilities and closed networks. He will provide insight into how cutting edge software can bring security together with CCTV intrusion and access information, allowing operators to utilise an advanced graphical user interface (GUI) in order to maximise the features and performance of the SPC system.

Intrusion detection solutions

Last but definitely not least, Jason Williams, Development Director at Monitor Computer Systems, will discuss how state-of-the-art intrusion detection solutions are being integrated within central monitoring stations (CMS). He will provide an insight into the latest Internet protocol (IP) based alarm transmission and CMS software, which is aimed at alarm receiving centre (ARC) operators and installers involved in specifying suitable communication solutions for these environments.

Joe Grillo, CEO of Vanderbilt, commented, "Our Innovation Talks are just one of the ways in which we aim to make a visit to IFSEC International 2016 as useful as possible. We anticipate high demand for these free events, but as spaces are strictly limited I would advise booking early to avoid disappointment."

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