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UTC Climate, Controls & Security to unveil a host of intruder, CCTV, integration and fire innovations at IFSEC 2013

Published on 16 April, 2013
In the CCTV arena an upgraded video management system is being released, further enhancing the capability of the TruVision recorder range
UTC will also showcase a complete suite of perimeter detection products 

A host of important product launches in intruder, CCTV, integration and fire will be unveiled by UTC Climate, Controls & Security at IFSEC, on stand C90 Hall 4, making this year a landmark event says the company.

The new products will include a combined camera-PIR unit with superior features that will make visual verification intruder systems much easier to design and install.

For critical risk applications such as data-centres and storage facilities, a new line of advanced aspirated air detection devices will provide the earliest possible warning of potential fires.

A complete suite of perimeter detection products is also being showcased, ranging from acoustic cable technology to active IR beam devices.

In the CCTV arena an upgraded video management system is being released, further enhancing the capability of the TruVision recorder range.

And a powerful software video recording system will provide new functionality that goes considerably further than current market alternatives.

Finally, a particularly important launch in the fire market will be a new end-to-end wireless solution which is being introduced to UTC’s best-selling Ziton range.

“With its global leadership in key areas of security and fire technology UTC has been investing strongly in the tools and technology available to system installers,” says Kevin Swann, UTC’s UK Country Manager. “We’re very excited about the technical innovations that we are bringing to market and unveiling at IFSEC this year.”


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