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360 Vision new dome at ST17 Scotland

360 Vision Technology, the CCTV designer and manufacturer, will be showing their new ‘All-in-one’ external PTZ Vision Illuminator Dome HD at Security TWENTY 17 Scotland. It’s the next exhibition in the free to attend series by Professional Security, the first in Scotland, and runs on Tuesday, September 5, at Hilton Hotel, William Street, in downtown Glasgow.

360 Vision describe the surveillance product as suitable for a range of applications. The Vision Illuminator Dome HD is a high-speed PTZ dome camera that comes with a choice of three colour/mono camera module/lens options. Offering 360 degree LED white light or Infrared (IR) illumination, via four on-board illuminator panels, the dome delivers night-time imaging with covert camera direction functionality, and white light/IR coverage at distances up to 70m, the makers report.

Other features include ‘deter on alarm’ or manual switching of illuminators, and illumination exclusion zones for privacy and highways considerations. The product is IP66 rated, allowing flexible installation, and its options include wall, corner, pole and soffit mounts.

Adrian Kirk, Director of Strategic Accounts at 360 Vision says: “Designed and built in the UK to deliver effective 24/7 video imaging, reliability and performance, we’re looking forward to showcasing the novel Vision Illuminator Dome HD camera to our security trade installers and specifier customers. Offering protection against hacking and ransomware attacks, we’ll also be showing the popular Predator HYBRID and Vision Dome VR surveillance cameras, all with advanced SSL and 802.1X encryption protection.”

For more on 360’s camera range, you can call +44(0)870 903 3601, email info@360visiontechnology.com or visit www.360visiontechnology.com.

More about ST17 Scotland

You are welcome to just turn up on the day, but visitors are asked to register beforehand, just to help organisers gauge numbers for catering. Besides breakfast bacon baps for the early arrivals (from about 8.30am), there’s tea and coffee mid-morning during the conference break, and a hot buffet lunch after the conference finishes at about 1.15pm.

Invited speakers include Security Industry Authority (SIA) chair Liz France CBE, covering the threat of hacking is cyber trainer and consultant Mike Gillespie of Advent IM, Maxine Fraser of Stirling-based Retailers Against Crime (RAC), Dr Declan Garrett of the National Gallery of Ireland, in Dublin, and Middlesbrough-based Paul Grainge from PD Ports.

For more details of exhibitors and speakers click here: http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/st17-scotland/. To register visit http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-twenty17-register/.


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