360 Vision at ST17 North

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Among the 90 exhibitors at the next Security TWENTY 17 event, at ST North, on Tuesday, July 4, at the Majestic Hotel in Harrogate – a new venue – is the CCTV designer and manufacturer, 360 Vision Technology.

360 Vision will be fielding their range of surveillance cameras and new Illuminator Dome, at ST; and displaying their Predator HYBRID and VisionDome VR surveillance cameras featuring SSL and 802.1 encryption. Visitors to the show will also see 360 Vision’s latest ‘All-in-one’ external PTZ Illuminator Dome, which offers HD imaging and onboard 360-degree illumination for a 24/7 surveillance monitoring.

Adrian Kirk, Director of Strategic Accounts at 360 Vision, says: “Designed to protect against hacking and ransomware attacks, we’ll be showcasing 360 Vision camera technology with advanced SSL and 802.1 encryption protection. In addition, we’ll be launching our latest innovation with a 360 degree PTZ dome camera with built-in 360 degree illumination. Designed and built in the UK to deliver effective 24/7 video imaging, reliability and performance, we’re looking forward to showing this novel camera product to our security trade installers and specifier customers.”

For more on the 360 Vision Technology surveillance camera range, customers can call the company on +44(0)870 903 3601, email them at [email protected] or visit their website at www.360visiontechnology.com.

How to visit ST17

You can turn up on the day for the conference – which begins at 9.30am, and the exhibition, which is open from about 8.30am. But organisers ask that you register beforehand, just to help with gauging the numbers for catering, as there’s free tea and coffee, breakfast buns for the early arrivers (first come, first served!?) and a free buffet lunch. Email organiser Liz Lloyd – [email protected] Or visit http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-twenty17-register/.

For more about ST, visit http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/.

For a full list of the exhibitors and to download a free copy of the eight-page show guide, visit http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/north/.

Confirmed speakers are University of Leeds Head of Security Malcolm Dawson BEM, Ed Bateman from the Security Industry Authority (SIA), Facewatch CEO Nick Fisher, Michelle Bailey of Barnsley-based guarding contractor Active Response and DCI Vanessa Smith of West Yorkshire Police; and National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Director Simon Banks. There will also be manufacturer updates from Anixter, Seagate, Hanwha Techwin and Hikvision; and the conference will be chaired by cyber security awareness consultant and trainer and Professional Security Editorial Board member Mike Gillespie.