Quadrant Security Group (QSG), a leading provider of turnkey electronic security systems for complex, critical, and highly regulated environments, is to attend this year’s Security & Counter Terror Expo taking place at London Olympia (6-7 March 2018).
With over 45 years of systems integration experience, QSG is trusted by organisations vital to UK infrastructure, including transport operators, law enforcement, financial institutions, event and retail venues, government and local authorities, and utility operations.
The Nottingham and Watford-based provider will be using this year’s exhibition (Booth H60) ‒ widely considered to be a key event for professionals charged with keeping nations, infrastructure, business and people safe ‒ to highlight its extensive range of capabilities in settings where security is paramount.
QSG’s strength as a business aligns with Security and Counter Terror’s"
Real-world security solutions
Mark Pennington, Managing Director at QSG, commented: “This show is ideal for us as it is about real-world solutions that make a tangible difference; it isn’t merely a product showcase. QSG’s strength as a business aligns with Security and Counter Terror’s in the regard that we aren’t just about surveillance and security technology. We combine our technical expertise with our sector knowledge to design, implement and maintain solutions tailored to each customer’s unique set of requirements. From addressing stand-alone needs, including CCTV management, access control, IP migration, perimeter and intruder detection, and analytics, to integrating all these systems to deliver flexible, end-to-end solutions, our technicians and project teams ensure the organisations we work with always have the right level of protection and support.”
Having worked on some of the UK’s most secure, sensitive, and restricted locations, QSG’s range of security and sector-specific quality accreditations are likely to appeal to professionals attending the show, as will the provider’s ability to accommodate real-world practicalities into the projects it manages.
Security is a fundamental requirement for our customers and part of their daily operations"
Events and transportation security
Mark continued: “Security is a fundamental requirement for our customers and part of their daily operations, but often they also have to balance this with maintaining high standards of public service. Event and large retail venues, like the intu properties we help protect, are a good example. With numerous entrances and exits, vast volumes of foot traffic, and complex layouts requiring multiple levels of access, they face significant security challenges. But these venues also have to offer an enjoyable customer experience and the solutions we provide ensure that both these objectives are met.”
“Respecting and reflecting that security and service relationship is also evident in how we work. For example, one of the reasons transport operators, such as Virgin Trains East Coast, choose to work with us is our ability to minimise disruption to passengers by providing an out-of-hours works schedule. These organisations and agencies are responsible for critical national infrastructure, so this flexibility makes a big difference to the customers we work with.”