Published on 3 June, 2010
|The event is an informative half-day seminar, taking place on 17 June, organised by The Security Institute|
Leading surveillance solutions provider CBC (Europe)
is teaming up with specialist independent security integrator Integrated Security Design Ltd (ISD-Tech)
as part of an informative half-day seminar
, taking place on 17 June, organised by The Security Institute
The event titled ‘Integrated Security - One solution to Maximise Your Security Operations', is being held at Dunsfold Park aerodrome site near Guildford in Surrey - home to BBC's Top Gear programme, and featured in the filming of James Bond's Casino Royale. It is a chance to understand how integrated security can offer cost-effective, turnkey solutions, as well as see the latest developments and technologies in action. Those attending will also gain a valuable insight into security trends - and the business opportunities these present.
CBC's Business Development Manager, Andrew Rosenthal, will be on-hand to discuss why, how and where to use the latest perimeter surveillance technologies. He will be explaining how electronic solutions can interface with manned response, and the ways in which primary detection systems can integrate with CCTV monitoring. Andrew will demonstrate, for example, how multiple, integrated systems including radar detection, thermal, infrared and optical technologies can enable security staff to observe people, animals and vehicles without the need for artificial lighting, as well as provide images in fog, mist, rain and snow conditions.
CBC's Andrew Rosenthal will be on-hand to discuss why, how and where to use the latest perimeter surveillance technologies
His presentation will follow an opening session, hosted by ISD-Tech's MD, Nicky Stokes, who will set the scene for the afternoon with an overview of integrated security solutions and the way in which they can offer reduced costs, improved on-site performance and streamlined service to clients.
The seminar will also include contributions from other speakers including a borough crime prevention design adviser, who will provide an insight into public sector funding of security in an uncertain future, and how to make use of freely available information, as well as the pitfalls and considerations when tendering for projects.
The event will conclude with a buffet and networking session, together with equipment demonstrations. Guests are welcome and the cost is £95pp for Security Institute members/£145pp for non-members. Please contact Karen Newman at The Security Institute by Friday 11th
or call +44 (0) 845 370 7717.