Last month saw Pyronix showcase both current and conceptual technologies at IFSEC 2018 at the ExCeL London. The key theme for us at the show was ‘Advancing Integration, Delivering Change’ and this was very well received.
“It was a fantastic show and one that allowed us to show exactly how integrated our solutions are becoming,” Pyronix Marketing Manager, Laurence Kenny, said.
We would like to say a huge thank you to absolutely everyone that visited us on stand D300, as we provided live demonstrations and presentations of our technologies and how they can be integrated to enable users to See, Speak and Listen to security.
“We were able to demonstrate both the now and the future of security; showcasing how our solutions are integrating intrusion, HD video monitoring and automation, to differentiate their offerings,” Laurence said.
HD video monitoring
He continues: “By integrating and entering new markets; delivering the desired systems that engages their end users’ senses like never before, our installers maintain a competitive advantage.”
The stand offered two Pyronix areas, one showcasing how solutions can be delivered for large commercial installations and another demonstrating more residential configurations, with three boards collectively demonstrating the total solution; incorporating See, Speak and Listen.
Facial recognition and HD Wi-Fi cameras Each area provided the here, now and future of security
Within each presentation zone was a multitude of technologies, including facial recognition panels, infrared beams for outdoor detection, Alexa integration, HD Wi-Fi cameras, including a Wi-Fi doorbell, our soon to be released Enforcer 64 and PCX 78 panels, as well as integrated security and camera solutions with ProControl+.
Each area provided the here, now and future of security, with offerings that are available, as well as soon to be available; delivering an experience that truly engaged our customers and provided a clear direction of Pyonix.
“The stand presented the reality and conceptual future of the intrusion industry and it was brilliant to engage with the customer and gather their feedback,” Laurence said.
He continues: “Overall the show was very positive, and I think our customers took a lot from it, as everything we showcased is either available or in the last stages of development for the International and UK markets.”