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Revader Security are showing their redeployable cameras and mobile CCTV tower at the final SECURITY Twenty 17 event of the year; ST17 London, on Thursday, November 2. Doors open at 8.30am and close around 4pm.
The company will be demonstrating their full range of wired and wireless CCTV camera systems, for install in virtually any location. The makers add that they can be rapidly repositioned to repond to changing security demands; to deter crime, secure prosecutions through video evidence and provide surveillance in a cost-effective manner – compared with traditional CCTV systems which incur large infrastructure, human and maintenance costs, according to the firm.
Revader Security will also be showcasing their new mobile CCTV tower – a complete surveillance, recording and remote monitoring solution, for deployment where little or no existing infrastructure is present.
The mobile CCTV trailer is it’s claimed suited both for site security – in car parks, construction sites or remote locations – and for large event CCTV, such as for concerts and festivals in open spaces. It allows authorities to respond to the immediate surveillance requirements of a developing incident. The CCTV tower can also act as host to a video surveillance mesh operating over a large area.
Set in Park Inn Hotel at Heathrow, ST17 brings together security industry speakers for a morning, such as Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter, and Slough Council CCTV Manager Peter Webster; and scores of security technology exhibitors. Manufacturer briefings will also be provided by Seagate, Hanwha Techwin and Hikvision.
The entry is free whether you are CCTV consultants, installers, end users, police, armed forces or security buyers by registering in advance with Professional Security Magazine on the website. You can turn up on the day but organisers ask that you register to help gauge numbers for catering; as the event includes morning tea and coffee and a hot buffet lunch; and first and not least bacon butties for the early arrivers around 8.45am. The conference starts at 9.30am.
For the ST18 dates in Nottingham, Glasgow, Harrogate, Dublin and Heathrow in 2018, visit https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/.