Published on 26 May, 2006
CBC has reported a significant increase in the number of customers visiting its stand at Ifsec this year.
The manufacturer of Computar and Ganz branded surveillance products says serious business leads at the show were up by around 15% compared with last year, with enquiries from security installers and system designers showing the most significant rise.
"We're very pleased because we took a more strategic approach to our stand design and qualifying visitors", says Marketing Manager, Binit Shah. "We also had an attractive line-up of new products which a lot of people wanted to see."
In fact CBC's stand was one of the most innovative at the show, with an eye-catching curved perimeter wrapped around three sides, leading visitors to a well-staffed entrance on the fourth.
New products that were highlighted included a new range of number plate capture cameras for ANPR projects, complete with software. Also on show for the first time in the night vision field was the Ganz range of Varifocal IR Illuminators featuring adjustable beams. An equally innovative product on show was the new Rugged Dome with wipers
CBC also showcased its new Ganz Pentaplex MPEG4 DVR range with built in DVD-writer, 9/16 channel Triplex DVRs with built-in DVD writer and a PC based DVR. Visitors to the stand also got a preview of new line-up of new Computar megapixel lenses, designed to capture the full resolution of megapixel cameras and provide a high contrast plus sharp picture.
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