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CNL Software sponsors Aviation Security Conference 2015, Dubai

Published on 4 September, 2015
CNL Software will be a key sponsor at the upcoming Aviation Security Conference 2015, taking place in Dubai September 16-17
The Aviation Security Conference will
allow AVSEC professionals to explore
solutions for security challenges 

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will be a key sponsor at IXG’s upcoming Aviation Security Conference. The event brings together AVSEC professionals from across the Middle Eastern region and will take place at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort in Dubai from September 16-17, 2015.

Rising emphasis on security and safety in Aviation Sector

Aviation Security presents a labyrinth of challenges for AVSEC professionals; from activism and terrorism, to smuggling and petty theft. Damage from a security breach within an airport can have a long term effect on the reputation and financial wellbeing of the airport itself, a debilitating impact on the economic, environmental and political well-being of the host country, as well as life safety consequences.

“Regionally, the rising value and rapid growth in the Aviation Sector has led to ever more emphasis on security and safety concerns in the Middle East and AVSEC professionals need to be prepared for every possible threat to people, property and infrastructure.”, explains Daniel Bloodworth, General Manager at CNL Software Middle East. “We look forward to having discussions about our IPSecurityCenter PSIM technology and how it can play a key role in mitigating security risks”.

CNL Software showcase PSIM technology

IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM is a software based integration and management platform, which has been deployed to support mass transportation projects around the world. It connects and manages disparate building and security technologies such as video surveillance, facial recognition, ANPR, scanning systems, CBRNe, radar, analytics, HVAC, PIDS, GPS tracking and GIS mapping. Through aggregating intelligence from these systems, IPSecurityCenter allows organisations to react faster and more precisely to incidents and threats.

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