Innovation and collaboration remain to the fore for multi-award-winning perimeter protection systems group Zaun as it unveiled new products and partnerships at the UK Security Expo (UKSec). Zaun unveiled two brand new products, a new accredited installer and the latest integration of subsidiary EyeLynx’s video management software (VMS) with a channel partner’s access control system. The collaborations enable the steel mesh systems manufacturer to get its products to market, leaving its core business to focus on engineering, production excellence and product innovation. Zaun announced: Two new security products: CorruSec SR3—a high-security fence from Zaun Limited that resists for more than 5 minutes of sustained attack with specialist power tools. ImpaktFence—the latest in mobile HVM technology, an integrated IWA14 crash-rated rubber barrier and steel fence system, developed in collaboration by Rosehill Security and Zaun Limited. A fourth accredited installer for its unique super-intruder-resistant ArmaWeave fencing—specialist fencing installers JB Corrie. Perimeter fencing systems for physical security Systems integrator Tensor demonstrated the integration of its access control, visitor monitoring and time management systems with the perimeter radar detection system, CCTV and VMS of security software expert EyeLynx, for whom it is one of the first channel partners. Zaun’s stand featured its full suite of SR-rated products, installations of its unique raking ArmaWeave fencing system and government-rated PIDs & PulseSecure electric pulse fencing from electronic and electrified perimeter security systems business Harper Chalice, another EyeLynx channel partner. Collaborator Rosehill Security’s stand included the new ImpaktFence, while Zaun subsidiary Binns Fencing also deployed the blocks outside the exhibition hall as an HVM demo alongside ATG Access bollards and blockers. Business development manager Steve Bailes delivered a seminar on balancing the equation of time v response v choice for physical protection. Collaborative international security Zaun co-founder and director Alastair Henman has made no secret of his intentions to refocus Zaun on its manufacturing strengths and set it apart with pioneering innovation and bold investment. To that he has added strengthened relationships with core contractor customers and architects, strategic acquisitions and renewed energy on collaboration and partnering. He said at UKSec, “It all contributes to a massively exciting future we are building at Zaun. We are confidently ready to forge into the future and approach the end of 2017 with record consolidated turnover and profit.” UKSec 2017 took place on 29 and 30 November at London's Kensington Olympia and is an award-winning event bringing together thousands of international security stakeholders from government, military, law enforcement, emergency services, CNI, transport, borders, major events, utilities and other private sector players. UKSec has innovation at its core, with over 250 world-class exhibitors and working closely with HM government departments including the Home Office JSaRC on immersive demonstrations plus the Department for International Trade DSO for 50 official hosted country delegations.
Presentation topics include design and installation best practices and how access control can protect owners from risk and liability A forthcoming seminar is set to provide companies across the Midlands with valuable expert information on the installation and usage of access control systems to protect business assets and reduce liability risks. Organised by the British Security Industry Association – the trade body representing the UK’s private security industry – this free-to-attend event combines advice on the latest in controlling risks and liabilities with access control, along with useful technical information focused on best practice in system design and installation. Taking place in the heart of Birmingham at Villa Park on Tuesday 12th April, the half-day event includes presentations on a range of topics, including advice for businesses on making the right purchasing decisions; an insight into best practice in design and installation and how Access Control can be successful in protecting owners from risk and liability. Speakers and presentation topics are as follows: 1. Why have access control? Speaker: Stephen Halpin, Security Consultant, FOUR Security Consultants Ltd The presentation will consider the operational benefits and challenges from an end user's perspective. Operational benefits include enhanced security and capability to appreciate building occupancy levels and efficiencies. 2. Liabilities and insurance – highlighting the risks to owners Speaker: James Fee, Head of Corporate Key Accounts, Vacant Property Specialists A view from the world of vacant property and construction highlighting the risks and liability to property owners when unauthorised people enter empty properties and development sites. 3. BSIA - guidance and new standards Speaker: Mike Sussman, Technical Director, TDSi Insight into the recommendations that can be found in the new BSIA Form 132, a source of advice to specifiers which now includes information about the new BS EN 60839-11 series standards. 4. A complete solution Speaker: Steve Bailes, Business Development Manager, Gallagher Security The presentation will touch on “Enforcing Business Policies” by using a Security alarm management system involving Health and Safety and End User solutions. 5. A health and safety perspective Speaker: Ged Baron, Peninsula UK How health and safety problems can be overcome with access control and other health and safety considerations including policy arrangements and several case studies. Confirmed exhibitors include - Kaba Ltd, Remsdaq, Prysm Software, Axxess, Touchstar Access, Fermax and SimonsVoss Technologies.
The conference looks set to spark a lively debate on the issue of Controlling Risks and Liabilities with Access Control British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is inviting decision makers to a free event exploring Controlling Risks and Liabilities with Access Control. This event is being organised on behalf of the BSIA’s Access and Asset Protection section and will be held on Tuesday 12th April at Villa Park, Brimingham. The theme of this year's event is controlling risks and liabilities with access control. BSIA has selected speakers to deliver presentations on a wide range of issues from highlighting the risk for owners, to business solutions using security management platforms and an overview of all insurance related issues. Speakers confirmed for the event include: Stephen Halpin (Four Security Group) Why have access control James Fee (VPS) Liabilities and insurance Mike Sussman (TDSi) BSIA Guidance and New Standards Steve Bailes (Gallagher) A complete solution Ged Baron (Peninsula UK) Health & Safety Perspective Free to attend for delegates, the conference looks set to spark a lively debate on the issue of Controlling Risks and Liabilities with Access Control, while enabling representatives from local and national businesses to raise their own questions to members of the expert panel. Alongside the conference, exhibitors from across the security industry will be on hand to demonstrate their latest products and services, giving you the opportunity to get close up to the latest technological innovations, meet potential suppliers and find out more about which solutions would best suit your business. The event will also include a free lunch and stadium tour of Villa Park with unrestricted access to the pitch and changing rooms.
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