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The ST series after its debut in the Republic of Ireland in 2016 returns to the Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin, on Wednesday, April 5. Security TWENTY 17 Ireland is a free to visit exhibition and conference for end users, purchasers and those who specify security products; and anyone interested in the private security sector, whether a security manager, installer or consultant. At the event, 360 Vision will be showing their range of Predator, Centurion, and VisionDome cameras.
Built in the UK, 360 Vision’s analogue, HD, thermal and radar controlled surveillance cameras fully integrate with a wide variety of video management control software, and are suitable for installation across a range of environments, and general/high-security surveillance applications, the firm says.
Marc Wesley, Sales Manager – UK & Ireland, 360 Vision Technology, says: “Whatever the surveillance application, 360 Vision Technology offers a camera model suitable to deliver advanced imaging, detection and identification. Whether the conditions are zero light, fog or long distance, our range of static, dome and integrated PTZ ‘all-in-one’ imaging cameras, combined with our high-performance Sirius LED illumination, are proven in the field to deliver superior imaging whilr being tough and ultra-reliable. 360 Vision Technology are excited to be part of the Security TWENTY 17 event in Ireland, the format of the event fits perfectly with our growth ambitions in the Irish market. The 360 Vision Technology team are looking forward to meeting customers existing and new, at this superb event.”
The 360 Vision team will be on hand at the event to discuss camera specifications, or any surveillance project requirements. Visit: www.360visiontechnology.com.
How to attend
While you are free to turn up there on the day, organisers do ask that you register before, as a guide to catering for numbers for the buffet lunch. Visit http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/ireland/. Doors open at 8.30am allowing access to the exhibition with the conference running between 9.30am and 1.30pm. The exhibition will close about 4pm.