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Business Group 3rd March 2015

London Chamber of Commerce, 33 Queen Street, London, EC4R 1AP


The Association of Security Consultants cordially invites you to join us at our first Business Group of 2015 which is being held at The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. These events are geared towards the needs of both ASC members, partners and end users of security services and products. They also provide an excellent opportunity for networking and developing business contacts.

 

Topics to be covered:

 

  • Smarter Buildings, Technology Integration
  • Site Security - Current security trends in the construction industry.
  • Benefits of 4k

 

 

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Safer Cities Business Group 14 April 2015

London Chamber of Commerce, 33 Queen Street, London, EC4R 1AP

 

Following our March Business Group our next event will be all about Safer Cities Mr Saul Gold, Regional Sales Manager, Agent Video Intelligence (Agent Vi)

City surveillance has taken on a new level of importance in recent times, with more and more cities employing large numbers of cameras to secure their populations and facilities. However, it is impossible to efficiently and effectively monitor all of the video feeds to maximize utilization of the surveillance system. Video analytics responds to this problem by automatically analysing the video streams to deter incidents, effortlessly pinpoint security breaches, alert to safety hazards, protect valuable assets, quickly search through large volumes of video to extract forensic evidence, inform situational responses and determine best operational practices.

Brett Lovegrove MA FRSA FSyI FICPEM, CEO City Security and Resilience Networks, ‘ The Case For Safer Cities'

Mr. Doug Adams, Business Development Manager for NEur., Axis Communications

The city of the future will be a smart city, where digital technologies improve the quality of living for its inhabitants, reduce environmental impact, and make everyday services run more smoothly. Network video systems will have an important role to play in this: Beyond today's safety and security installations, they will take on the role of smart sensors; facilitating components that provide important data to inform and enable the smart city. This presentation explains how, in the future, network video systems may become the backbone for a city's Internet of Things, and a platform for the development of smart city applications.


To book for this event please follow link
http://bookitbee.com/e/j2w39 - there is a 10% early bird booking discount which applies up to one month prior to the event (13th March). Use code EBB