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Those who watch a demonstration of an Inner Range product will be invited to enter their details into the manufacturer’s flagship product, Integriti, and the system will randomly select a winner at the end of each day.
Winners will receive a Holy Stone Mercury 3 racing drone, which can travel at 45km an hour and transmit HD video and aerial photos in real time. The drone is designed to reduce wind resistance for more stable filming conditions.
Inner Range has two demonstrations linked to IFSEC’s official ‘Show Me How’ series of presentations and trials. The first shows how Inner Range’s Entry-level access control system, Inception, can now integrate with the Milestone XProject video management software (VMS). The integration allows the Inception controller to become the security and access mechanism supporting the Milestone system.
Inner Range’s Enterprise-level intelligent integrated access control system, Integriti, will also feature in the ‘Show Me How’ series. Delegates can see how ‘user qualifications’ can boost health and safety procedures, or ease car park credit renewals by alerting users when qualifications or credits are about to expire.
Tim Northwood, General Manager at Inner Range said: “We love showing what our products can do and will happily demonstrate any aspect of our systems that people are curious about. To add an element of fun, anyone who has had a demonstration can enter our prize draw to win a racing drone. IFSEC is full of technology enthusiasts and drones are the latest gadget, whether people use them for serious business purposes or fly them just for fun. We hope delegates will like them, either way.”