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The company describes its products as widely feared in the criminal fraternity, having helped to secure numerous successful convictions. Some of its claims to fame include achieving a 25pc reduction in burglaries in Greater London, cutting stock loss at Homebase by 20 per cent (more in the June print edition of Professional Security magazine) and helping secure high-profile events such as the G7 Leaders’ Summit.
The company’s representatives will be on hand to discuss workings of its Centre of Infrastructure and Asset Protection (CIAP), crime analysis division which collates real-time intelligence from clients and law enforcement agencies to assess clients’ risks. They will also demonstrate the range of video surveillance, access control and forensic marking that can then be deployed.
Products available for demonstration on the stand include the Armadillo VideoGuard 360 and VideoGuard compact intrusion detection cameras, alongside the PID Cloak, a new combined forensic spray and fogging system. These are deployed for asset protection and temporary site security (pictured, Birmingham) in the construction, CNI, civil engineering and retail sectors. Forensic marking assets include SmartTag, a deterrent device for SIA accredited security staff, to have a calming effect when disorder is threatened.
Gary Higgins, Chief Operations Officer at SmartWater Group says: “We look forward to inviting visitors to engage with and understand the full breadth of our offering. Our portfolio and geographic reach has expanded significantly since IFSEC last ran as a face-to-face event. However, our focus remains squarely on helping our customers to better understand, manage and mitigate their risks.”