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TDSi at ST17 North

The access security manufacturer TDSi is among 90 companies exhibiting at the next in the ST17 series of conference-exhibitions, Security TWENTY 17 North on Tuesday, July 4, at the Majestic Hotel, Harrogate; a new venue for ST.

John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi said: “Myself, TDSi’s Distribution Channel Manager Andy Cross and Internal Account Manager Dan Clark will be appearing at the show to talk about our latest products and services, including a preview of our forthcoming GARDiS open protocol security range. GARDiS offers the perfect solution for integration of all security systems, including access control, CCTV and alarms.”

The conference will bring together security industry speakers and is supported by an exhibition of security products and services. The confirmed speakers include the University of Leeds Head of Security Malcolm Dawson BEM; from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) Ed Bateman, providing an update on the UK regulator and its enforcement and other work; Facewatch Director Simon Gordon; Michelle Bailey of the South Yorkshire-based guarding company Active Response; and National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Director Simon Banks – plus manufacturer updates from the distributor Anixter, storage product company Seagate, Hanwha Techwin and Hikvision. The conference will be chaired by Professional Security editorial board member and cyber and information security awareness trainer and consultant, Mike Gillespie.

John added: “Security TWENTY 17 is a perfect opportunity to learn more about what the security industry has to offer and the exciting developments and products available. If you are attending the event, we would be delighted to talk to you about your security needs and the best solutions to meet them.”

For a list of all exhibitors and more on the event click here: http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/north/.

How to attend

The conference opens about 9.30am and runs until lunch. Whether you are an installer, an end user, a consultant, or someone to do with private security, in the police or the armed forces, or a buyer of security services you will be able to attend the conference and exhibition free. You will also be entitled to free food and refreshments; mid-morning tea, breakfast bap for early attenders (as doors for the exhibition open at about 8.30am), or (hot buffet) lunch, or both if you plan to spend the day there. Organisers ask that you register online beforehand, just to help with catering for the expected numbers: http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-twenty17-register/. Any queries, email organiser Liz Lloyd at liz@professionalsecurity.co.uk.

Pictured; the previous ST17 event, in Dublin in April.


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