Monday, June 16, 2014

Perimeter Security At IFSEC 2014

One thing is for certain this year .... the world of perimeter security never stands still! It's been a whirlwind of activity for us so far in 2014. Increased demand for our products, expansion of our distributor network and ongoing customer training services are at an unprecedented level. What's more, the last few weeks have brought an added dimension of activity - preparation for our attendance at IFSEC 2014.

This year IFSEC is being hosted at ExCel in London, England. For 3 consecutive days starting tomorrow (17-19 June), it will provide the world's most recognised public platform for bringing together manufacturers, installers, distributors and end users of commercial and industrial security systems.

The scope for discussion is enormous, mainly because of the sheer scale and variety of end usage. As an example, let's just take the letter 'P' from the alphabet and see how many applications of perimeter security we can think of:

  • prisons
  • palaces
  • petrochemical plants
  • power generation plants
  • pharmaceutical plants
  • police compounds
  • port authorities

  • That is no less than 7 end uses for perimeter security that we can think of for just 1 letter of the alphabet. What's more, we have supplied security solutions for every one of those applications!

    Electric Fence Sensors on demonstration at IFSEC
    So, as in previous years, the Advanced Perimeter Systems Limited stand will be an important focal point for many people and we are looking forward to the usual varied and interesting discussions that IFSEC brings. Meeting existing customers and distributors and demonstrating our products to potential new ones will keep us busy all day every day.

    So if you are interested in electric fence sensors, perimeter detection and integrated security management systems, please make a note of our IFSEC stand number D2000 and come along for a no-obligation discussion and demonstration of our products. We look forward to seeing you in London.

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