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BSIA to present IP as an essential element of BS8418 at IIPSEC 2008

Published on 12 December, 2007

BSIA will present one of six break-out sessions delivered by the industry's leading experts at IIPSEC 2008.BSIA will present one of six break-out sessions delivered by the industry's leading experts at IIPSEC 2008.  The presentation at 14.00 GMT on 30th January 2008 will focus on IP as an essential enabling technology in the application of BS8418 - the British Standard for detector-activated, remotely monitored CCTV.  It will look at the impact of IP technology in the application of the standard and its results in providing the bottom line security and financial benefits of BS8418 compliance.

The presentation will be supported by the latest figures regarding BS8418's ability to dramatically reduce false activations.  Crucially, the presentation will highlight the positive experiences of end users with regards to crime prevention, including an industrial site in the West Midlands where remotely monitored CCTV solution has successfully been brought in to combat a spate of out of hours attacks from criminals trying to steal valuable metal ingots and has led, directly, to the arrest and prosecution of a number of suspects.

Recommended for:

Solutions Providers, Installers, Consultants and Specifiers of CCTV and Alarm Systems

Delegates will learn:

  • The role of IP as an enabling technology in BS 8418 systems
  • A better understanding of BS 8418 in application
  • The benefits of using a BS8418 compliant detector-activated, remotely monitored CCTV system
  • Future trends and developments

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