IFSEC 2006 News
CBC has reported a significant increase in the number of customers visiting its stand at Ifsec this year.The manufacturer of Computar and Ganz branded surveillance products says serious business leads at the show were up by around 15% compared with last year, with enquiries from security installers and system designers showing the most significant rise."We're very pleased because we took a more strategic approach to our stand design and qualifying visitors", says Marketing Manager, Bin...
New reader to launch at IFSEC A4Vision Inc. announced it would make the European launch of its new Vision Access 3D Face Reader with optional touch screen at IFSEC in Birmingham. The Vision Access 3D Face Reader, the world's first sub-second facial identification/verification reader, now incorporates a touch screen option that accommodates PIN and 3D facial biometric access in one device. The reader's LCD screen provides active feedback to users indicating optimal positioning f...
American Fibertek (AFI) manufacturer of point-to-point fibre optic transmission products is launching its revolutionary new "Open Path" network systems at IFSEC 2006, Stand Q118.The company is using IFSEC to showcase its innovative V'NES (Video Network Enterprise Solution), a product range capable of providing seamless integration of IP and analog fibre optic systems.Additional AFI products to be launched include the Afinety web-based remote monitoring system for AFI digital fibre...
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