Revader demo at London Heathrow
Revader Security will showcase their range of redeployable cameras and mobile CCTV tower at Security Twenty 17 London.
The company will be demonstrating their full range of wired and wireless CCTV camera systems, which are easy to install in virtually any location and can be rapidly repositioned to repond to changing security demands.
The compact solutions have been proven to deter crime, secure prosecutions through video evidence and provide surveillance in a highly cost-effective manner – unmatched by traditional CCTV systems which incur large infrastructure, human and maintenance costs.
Revader Security will also be showcasing their new mobile CCTV tower – a complete surveillance, recording and remote monitoring solution, ideal for deployment where little or no existing infrastructure is present.
The mobile CCTV trailer is perfectly suited both as a cost effective site security solution – in car parks, construction sites or remote locations – and for large area event CCTV, such as for concerts and festivals in open spaces. It allows authorities to respond rapidly to the immediate surveillance requirements of a developing incident. The CCTV tower can also act as host to a video surveillance mesh operating over a large area.
Set in the central location of Park Inn Hotel at London Heathrow Airport on Thursday 2nd November 2017, the Conference brings together senior security industry speakers and many of the main commercial players in the security technology sector.
Speakers at the conference include CCTV Commissioner Tony Porter, HS2 Head of Security Glenn Patton and Slough Council CCTV Manager Peter Webster. Manufacturer briefings will also be provided by Seagate, Hanwha Techwin and Hikvision.
Free entry is available to CCTV consultants, installers, end users, police, armed forces or security buyers by registering in advance with Professional Security Magazine.