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Norbain roadshow

The access product manufacturer TDSi will be showcasing its latest ranges to visitors at the Norbain Roadshow (North), at Crewe Hall in Cheshire on Tuesday, October 14. Visitors will be shown the company’s EXgarde access control software and VUgarde video monitoring system that can work together as a full overview security solution, administered through a centralised portal, the makers say.

LeAnne Hill, pictured, Distribution Account Manager at TDSi said: “The Norbain Roadshow is a perfect opportunity for installers to experience the cutting-edge technology and products in the UK security sector. On show will be the latest developments in IP Video, CCTV, Access Control and Intruder Detection – all of which can be centrally controlled using TDSi’s EXgarde and VUgarde software. My colleagues and I will be on hand to discuss all security needs and to advise on how we can help with specific projects or requirements.”

According to the company, EXgarde and VUgarde provide a software solution which integrates CCTV monitoring with access control and alarm monitoring. This offers benefits with regards to rapidly detecting and responding to incidents in a fully co-ordinated way, it’s claimed. Equally, it can help to reduce operating costs by freeing security teams to concentrate on other relevant tasks.

LeAnne Hill added: “Whilst the technology involved in security systems is undoubtedly becoming more complex under the bonnet, we know the market is looking for intuitive and easy-to-use solutions that ensure that security operators can concentrate on their core duties and deal with any situations efficiently. Equally, installers are looking for solutions which match user needs but also offer straightforward and fast installation. Our solutions provide all of this and also cater for the inclusion of legacy systems (such as analogue CCTV cameras) and other third party equipment. This helps security customers keep in line with their budgets and ensures that their security can evolve, rather than having to unnecessarily update all the systems in one go to ensure compatibility.”

Crewe Hall, a Jacobean mansion, will also host educational seminars from industry speakers along with pricing incentives and a prize draw for security products.

To register to attend the event – visit the Norbain website:


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