At IFSEC, Vemotion will get the opportunity to talk to their opposite numbers about the latest thinking on CCTV and wireless transmission
Vemotion will be attending the IFSEC International conference in London this month. The event, which is one of the biggest security conference events of the year, runs from the 16 – 18 of June and the Thirsk based global wireless video transmission specialist is attending this year in collaboration with Ogier Electronics and will be on their stand F800.
IFSEC: great opportunity for Vemotion
“We see IFSEC as another great opportunity for us to discuss our applications and explain to delegates and visitors just what Vemotion can do for them,” said Stewart McCone, CEO of Vemotion. “It’s one of the most important events for everyone with an interest in the security world, so for us to be there alongside Ogier is very exciting. The scope for potential from an event like this is huge so we can’t wait to get there.”
IFSEC is taking place at ExCel in London, where guest speakers this year will include Chris Hoy, Karen Brady and Ranulph Fiennes. With more than 40 years’ experience in the security market, IFSEC connects the global buying chain under one roof. Organisations can learn about the latest technology and industry trends, discover new solutions and connect with suppliers and clients.
This year’s IFSEC International is expected to attract more than 30,000 visitors, and over 650 leading manufacturers, suppliers and distributors, including security specialists like Vemotion and Ogier.
A natural fit for Vemotion
IFSEC covers more than just traditional security and fire solutions, including solutions in access control and biometrics, counter terror, CCTV and video surveillance, intruder alarms, which makes the event a natural fit for Vemotion. Combined with the presence of leading manufacturers, distributors and suppliers launching the latest technologies, the event allows organisations to source products that best suit their needs.
“At Vemotion we specialise in blue light and security applications which makes IFSEC ideal for us and an event where we also get the opportunity to talk to our opposite numbers about the latest thinking on CCTV and wireless transmission,” added Stewart. “It’s a key event in the Vemotion diary and we’re delighted to be attending once more this year.”