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GJD at Dahua roadshow

The detector manufacturer GJD, one of Dahua’s UK Technology Partners, is exhibiting at Dahua’s first Technology Showcase event on Tuesday, October 17, at Lillibrooke Manor, Maidenhead.

GJD will demonstrate integration of its range of IP-based outdoor detectors and illuminators with Dahua Technology’s network video recorders. GJD will also present its laser technology and show how it is helping to protect sensitive sites, such as prisons and airports from drone intrusion.

Dahua will be running four ‘Technology Showcase’ events in October and November. Instead of the usual theatre-style presentations, there are eight key ‘Technology Zones’ featuring interactive product demonstrations.

GJD says that its security solutions identify genuine alerts, reduce false alarms and optimise the callout of responders. Its products are fitted by systems integrators for government buildings, royal properties, celebrities and TV production companies to National Trust heritage sites, places of worship, schools, commercial businesses, the residential sector, and many other UK and international sites and attractions.

Greg Stuttle, GJD’s Business Development Manager said: “We are delighted to be one of Dahua’s UK Technology Partners and to be exhibiting at their first Technology Showcase event. We will showcase our latest technology solutions and demonstrate how they improve security for a wide range of sectors and applications.”

During each event GJD will be giving away a 30m outdoor IP motion detector (D-TECT 2 IP – product GJD230, pictured). The D-TECT 2 IP provides users with real-time remote monitoring access via a secure web-based interface, for users to monitor from any location and at any time.

All four events are open from 9.30am with last entry at 4pm. Delegates can arrive at any point. If you are taking in the whole tour, the estimated time needed to complete it is one and a half to two hours. The organisers ask you to pre-register; visit:


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