Global MSC Security announces that it has chosen The Lily Foundation as its charity for the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2019, which takes place on 11th and 12th November in Bristol and this year focuses on the ethical use of surveillance. Conference programme Founded in 2008, by Liz Curtis in memory of her daughter Lily, who died from mitochondrial disease at eight months old, The Lily Foundation is a national charity committed to finding a cure through funding research, as well as raising awareness and supporting more than 300 families. Global MSC Security was introduced to The Lily Foundation by Sarah Moore, a mother from Bath who lost two children (Harriet and Kimberley) to mitochondrial disease. Managing Director of Global MSC Security, Derek Maltby says: “When we heard Sarah’s story and the work of The Lily Foundation we instantly wanted to support it.” He adds: “Each year we choose a charity to benefit from the generosity of security practitioners who join us at our gala dinner and I can think of no worthier cause than The Lily Foundation to support this year.” Double CPD points Previous beneficiaries from the Global MSC Security gala include the Royal British Legion, Bristol Children’s Hospital’s Grand Appeal. Children’s Hospice South West, the Above and Beyond Charity and Movember. The gala charity dinner will take place on Monday 11th November at the Bristol Hotel, Bristol. The doors to the 21th annual Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition will open on 11th for an exhibition preview with the conference taking place on 12th November. The event is free-to-attend for all delegates and they will receive double CPD points from the Security Institute for attending the conference programme.
Global MSC Security has announced the keynote speakers for the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2018. The Surveillance Camera Commissioner will be joined by representatives from the Information Commissioners Office (ICO), Avon and Somerset Police, Dacorum Borough Council, Soter Protective Services and a criminologist from the University of Essex, to discuss ‘GDPR, Surveillance and Security’. Managing Director of Global MSC Security, Derek Maltby says: “The GDPR has been EU law since 25th May 2018, but there is still much confusion and misinformation regarding what the new data protection regulation means for the surveillance and wider security sector. We are bringing together the experts for a one-day conference in the hope of providing clarification as to the best way forward, in order to safeguard people and assets whilst adhering to the law.” Security & surveillance experts The 20th annual Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition, now in its 14th year takes place on Tuesday 13th November at the Bristol Hotel, Bristol. Confirmed keynote speakers include: Tony Porter MSyl is the Surveillance Camera Commissioner, whose role is to encourage compliance with the surveillance camera code of practice. Anne Russell is Senior Policy Officer at the ICO and will discuss GDPR in the context of the security and surveillance sector. Peter Spindler MSyI is Director of Soter Protective Services and he will draw on the learning from Operation Yewtree to provide insight into the role security professionals can play in safeguarding the vulnerable and how GDRP is applied. Sgt Chris Green from Avon and Somerset Police will be talking about reducing harm in the community by maximising the benefits of CCTV, and how covert methods and body worn video cameras are having a dramatic effect on the policing of complex problems. Jim Guiton is the Community Control Room Manager at Dacorum Borough Council and will explain how he ensures the council complies with GDPR in relation to its 350-strong surveillance camera network. Prof. Pete Fussey is a Criminologist from the University of Essex specialising in surveillance and society. The Global MSC Security Conference & Exhibition is free-to-attend for all delegates and they will receive double CPD points from the Security Institute for attending the conference programme.
Global MSC Security announced that it has been commissioned by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) to advise and support the procurement of a new high-definition public space surveillance camera system across the whole of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. A budget of £1.3 million has been approved by the council for this significant enhancement to its camera system, which includes the replacement of analogue infrastructure with IP wireless transmission and a new stairwell camera system at multi-story car parks at Hines Meadow, Broadway, Stafferton Way and Victoria Street.The new state-of-the-art wireless system will be monitored all day, every day, throughout the year Enhanced coverage Cllr Jesse Grey, cabinet member for environmental services (incl. parking and flooding) at the Royal Borough, explains: “We are investing £1.3 million into upgrading our CCTV network as part of our wider commitment to doing what we can to maintain and enhance the safety of residents, visitors and businesses in the borough.” “The new state-of-the-art wireless system will be monitored all day, every day, throughout the year, enhancing coverage across the borough and providing greater support to Thames Valley Police.” Derek Maltby, MD of Global MSC Security says, “This project follows a comprehensive review of the boroughs security system infrastructure by Global MSC Security’s specialist team. We are proud to be taking this forward and working with the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead to help improve the safety and security of residents, visitors and businesses in the towns across borough.” The new system is expected to be in operation by the end of 2018.
The Gala Dinner event raised £2,200 for Children’s Hospice South West Charity Underpinning their acknowledged reputation as a surveillance camera manufacturer, at the recent Global MSC Security Conference & Exhibition 2016, 360 Vision Technology gave an in-depth presentation to industry professionals and invited guests, about the performance benefits to be gained when deploying the company’s latest camera products. Meeting security needs “With a large team of highly experienced software, electronic, and mechanical engineers based at the company’s UK head office, 360 Vision Technology is consistently innovating and expanding its camera product range to meet the security industry’s ever changing needs,” says Mark Rees, Business Development Director, 360 Vision Technology. “The Global MSC Security Conference & Exhibition provided us with a very effective platform to promote our industry leading technology, quality and depth of support we offer as a British company with state-of-the-art in-house design and manufacturing facilities.” “The Global MSC event provides a one-stop-shop for security professionals, consultants and end-users to acquire a comprehensive overview and insight into the latest developments the security industry has to offer. As such, this event gives security product manufacturers unparalleled access to the industry’s key decision makers.” Surveillance cameras on display With an audience that included Jeff Lovell, the Lord Mayor of Bristol, speaking prior to the event’s Gala Dinner, 360 Vision Technology’s Adrian Kirk, Director of Strategic Accounts, talked about the company’s Predator, Centurion and new Overview cameras. Adrian’s presentation included live control and video from a camera within the Bristol city centre network - illustrating the camera’s advanced technological capabilities within a ‘real world’ environment. “The Global MSC event provides a one-stop-shop for security professionals, consultants and end-users” The full 360 Vision Technology range includes static and integrated PTZ, HD, cooled and uncooled thermal, polished stainless steel and radar controlled cameras, and patent pending integrated and standalone SIRIUS white light and infrared LED illuminators. Innovative technology Commenting on the event, Derek Maltby of Global MSC Security said: “We are extremely happy to host leading security industry experts such as 360 Vision Technology, they did a great job of informing and educating our delegates about innovative technology, via a very entertaining and dynamic presentation—we’re look forward to seeing them again in 2017.” In addition to the conference and exhibition, the Gala Dinner event raised £2,200 for Children’s Hospice South West Charity, which helps to provide hospice care for children with life-limiting medical conditions.
Vemotion demonstrated how the company is shaping much of tomorrow’s CCTV technology Bosses at wireless video transmission specialist Vemotion are hailing this year’s Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition held in Bristol as a great success as the firm stands poised on the brink of greater UK and global demand for its products and services. The Thirsk based group is now working with several new strategic partners, some of whom were also at the event; this contributed to delivering an even better response than expected, and has led to a welcome - if significantly increased - workload for the Vemotion team. “We were able to do some great practical demonstrations of Vemotion at Global MSC for some blue chip delegates who are now serious potential new clients,” said Stewart McCone, CEO of Vemotion. “Seeing is really believing with Vemotion, and that truism is highlighted more than ever at these high profile trade shows where delegates really know their stuff. The fantastic response we’re are getting for Vemotion at the moment is more than we dared to hope for, with new clients lining up at home and abroad. It makes us all very busy but that is a nice problem to have!” Held at The Bristol Hotel, the conference and exhibition delivered the perfect platform for Vemotion to demonstrate how the company is shaping much of tomorrow’s CCTV technology today and in addition to the demonstrations undertaken, Stewart himself is already booked in for another overseas trip as part of his follow up work on those wanting more of the Vemotion solution. Vemotion has established a firm reputation for innovative wireless video transmission know-how capable of delivering live CCTV footage from almost any remote location. The technology means that CCTV cameras can be set up in isolated areas and transmit images back to a command centre anywhere in the world and what is more, doesn’t rely on a fast broadband connection to do so - the finest transmission architecture, without the need for fibre. “We always believed that if we could just get people to see Vemotion for themselves, the system would sell itself and “We always believed that if we could just get people to see Vemotion for themselves, the system would sell itself and finally that belief if being realised” finally that belief if being realised,” added Stewart. “The security industry is a close knit group and word of mouth is now helping us to get our voices heard and more importantly our CCTV and video seen. It is more than just another wireless video solution, but unfortunately, that’s not something you can tell people – they do have to see for themselves.” Those who have seen and believed in the technology include the Gendarmerie in France, who Vemotion has been working with for the last five years, plus assisting police chiefs make informed decisions using live video during everything from G20 Summits and D-Day Celebrations to the 2014 Commonwealth games. Derek Maltby of Global MSC Security said: “We were also impressed with the quality of the images demonstrated by the Vemotion equipment and are about to conduct a trial of the Vemotion solution in a real environment with one of its clients”.
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