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TDSi to exhibit access control solutions at CPSE 2013 in China

Published on 24 October, 2013
John Davies TDSi

Managing Director John Davies will be meeting TDSi’s local partners and customers at the show

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be attending the CPSE 2013 exhibition from 28th October – 1st November at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. Managing Director John Davies, will be meeting TDSi’s local partners and customers at the show as well as supporting its Harmony Alliance partners, of which the company is a founding member.

John Davies commented, “The China Public Security Expo (CPSE) is a crucial security event for the region. It brings together key players from both the manufacturing/supply/installer and customer camps. It’s a great opportunity to meet with key influencers on both sides and to get a clear understanding of what the market is looking for from security solutions over the next year. China is a vital market for the security industry, we predict a 15% growth in business in the region for TDSi in 2014 so I am looking forward to meeting our partners that have supported us so far and will be helping us to expand even further in 2014.”

Asia is a significant growth area for TDSi. Last month TDSi exhibited at the IFSEC South East Asia event in Kuala Lumpur, showcasing its latest EXgarde 4.1 software at the show, which offers full access control integration with TDSi’s VUgarde2 IP CCTV software, Texecom’s Premier range of intruder alarms and Milestone's video management software solutions.

John Davies added, “A key driver in the Asian security market at the moment is integrated security solutions. Our Chinese partners are finding that truly integrated product solutions, which can be easily installed, are what their clients really want. TDSi’s product portfolio answers this need precisely, offering full integration not only with our own products but also with a broad range of third-party systems, both new and legacy items.”

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