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360 Vision at ST16 Heathrow

The CCTV manufacturers 360 Vision Technology are displaying their range of surveillance cameras at the Security TWENTY 16 London conference-exhibition, Professional Security’s last ST event of 2016.

It’s running at the Park Inn London Heathrow Hotel on Wednesday, November 2. Security TWENTY 16 London is an exhibition and conference free to attend (including buffet lunch, and breakfast bacon butties if you arrive early – and in time before they’re eaten!?) for anyone with an interest (or who wants to learn more) about private security – whether end users, purchasers and those who specify security products, or installers. At the event, visitors will be able to see the latest security industry developments, including demonstrations of 360 Vision’s camera range in action, including the latest Predator, Centurion, and VisionDome cameras.

Built in the UK, 360 Vision Technology’s analogue, HD, thermal and radar controlled surveillance cameras fully integrate with a variety of VMS control software, and are suitable for installation across a range of general and difficult applications, the company says.

Mark Rees, Business Development Director, 360 Vision Technology, says: “For every surveillance requirement, 360 Vision Technology has a camera model suitable to deliver advanced detection. Whether the conditions are zero light, fog or long distance, our range of static and integrated PTZ ‘all-in-one’ imaging cameras combine tough build quality with proven reliability in the field. We are looking forward to demonstrating the functionality of our camera range to existing and new customers at Security TWENTY 16 London.”

The 360 Vision team will be on hand throughout the event to discuss camera specifications, or any existing or future surveillance project requirements. Visit:

Visitors are free to just turn up on the day, though organisers ask that you register online, to help with catering for known numbers. Visit to register and see more about the speakers and exhibitors.

Doors open at 8.30am allowing access to the exhibition with the conference running between 9.30am and about 1.30pm.


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