- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
Five events were held over the three days of the show at London Excel in June, and provided some 70 delegates with the chance to see the latest in security, building and fire control technology; and how smarter interoperability between these systems reduces cost and risk, improves operational efficiency and provides greater situation awareness.
The sessions gave attendees a chance to meet with collaborating manufacturers and see real-time demonstrations of software and hardware which provided an insight into how to adopt smart integration techniques with a view to mitigating risk and reducing costs.
Delegates were encouraged to take part in cluster group discussions; topics raised by delegates included future-proofing, integration of new with older legacy technology and managing multiple systems across multiple sites.
Cortech Developments Head of Sales and Marketing, Jason Blundell, said afterwards: “We were delighted to welcome 70 delegates to the series of events spanning the three days, by collaborating with our attending manufacturers we were able to demonstrate how smart integration can reduce risk and cost when managing multiple technologies across multiple sites. The feedback from delegates has been extremely positive and the event has surpassed our expectations.
“The COIE events concentrated on ‘mitigating the risk for workplace safety, high security and building efficiency’, providing delegates with the opportunity to see the latest advances in building, fire and security control technology and discover how smarter interoperability between these systems can reduce cost and risk, improve operational efficiency and provide greater situation awareness.”
Cortech will announce the dates of their next series of COIE on their website: www.cortech.co.uk.