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Video projects delivered by SECOM, Johnson Controls and ISD Tech were recognised at IFSEC 2019 at London Excel at an award event on the IDIS stand.
Over the last 12 months large-scale installs and high definition IP system upgrades, using IDIS products, have gone ahead at NHS facilities, fashion chains, coffee shops, variety stores, and in the eating-out sector. Each year IDIS invites VIP guests to recognise achievements by partners, with a presentation on its IFSEC stand followed by a drinks reception.
Joon Jun, President of the IDIS Global Business Division presented partner awards to Alan Blake, Commerical Director of SECOM Plc; Sean Lee, Retail Director of the Sensormatic Solutions Division of Johnson Controls; and ISD Tech’s Managing Director, Nicky Stokes.
James Min, Managing Director, IDIS Europe, among IDIS staffers at the show, said: “Our continued momentum in video tech development is guided by our close working ties with our industry partners. We see the results of this collaboration with the impressive range of successful projects delivered over the last year, with ISD Tech, Johnson Controls and SECOM leading the field.”
Pictured left to right are Jamie Barnfield, IDIS Europe sales director; Alan Blake; Joon Jun; and James Min.
SECOM Plc was named as UK Partner of the Year. Over the last year SECOM has completed a number of notable video integration projects in retail, eating-out and various commercial sectors, and has demonstrated application of the IDIS Total Solution which has DirectIP at its heart as well as the analogue/HD-TVI solution DirectCX to use old coaxial cabling.
Johnson Controls was confirmed as the UK Integration Partner of the Year, after retail and healthcare deployments, including for high street fashion brands, popular variety stores and in the NHS. Johnson Controls has also been using analytics in the retail sector, including the IDIS VA in the Box solution, and has been among the fastest growing of IDIS’s partnership operations over the last year.
ISD Tech was named UK Project Partner of the Year after delivering a video solution for one of the UK’s largest NHS mental healthcare trusts. The project was for safety and security at child and adolescent facilities. ISD Tech is now working on a second phase due to be completed imminently with further deployments planned for later in the year.
James Min said: “These awards once again demonstrate the benefits of close partnership working, not just for the companies involved but most importantly for their end-user customers who benefit from the best available video surveillance solutions.”
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