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GJD at ST17 Scotland

GJD is among the companies exhibiting at Security TWENTY 17 (ST17) Scotland. The latest in the series of free to attend conference-exhibitions by Professional Security runs on Tuesday, September 5, at the central location of the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow. GJD will demonstrate its expanded range of motion detectors, IP enabled sensors, lasers and LED illuminators.

Visitors to the GJD stand will see live product demonstrations of the Laser-Watch. That’s a long range IP connected laser surveillance sensor that detects objects and humans. The Laser-Watch can be used as a stand-alone unit, or as part of a security system with multiple IP surveillance devices connected to a server.

GJD will also be showing visitors the benefits of its D-TECT Laser. The D-TECT Laser is a scanner designed to create a virtual wall or virtual fence. At the 2017 annual BSIA Luncheon, GJD was presented with a special commendation in the BSIA International Partnership Award category for one of its D-TECT Laser projects at an international airport.

Other products at ST17 Glasgow are GJD’s Clarius Plus range of Infra-Red and White-Light LED illuminators. Clarius Plus features inter-changeable lens diffusers, and the latest dual core LEDs.

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s Sales and Marketing Director said: “ST17 Glasgow is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people and learn about new security innovations and technology. If you are attending we look forward to showing you GJD’s latest products and helping you with your security requirements.”

You can 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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