Great variety of security and fire technology at Securex 2017!
Maintaining its promise to bring the latest security and fire technology and service innovations to the local market, Securex 2017 has an exciting lineup of exhibitor offerings. Being held from 30 May to 1 June at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Securex is undoubtedly Africa’s largest security and fire exhibition.
“With almost 25 years’ of bringing leading-edge solutions to the market, Securex is the go-to event for anyone involved in residential and commercial security,” says Joshua Low, Securex Event Director at Specialised Exhibitions.
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Nocturna, specialising in infrared night vision products, will be introducing its latest handheld night vision range. Anviz’s SecurityONE is an integration solution designed for small and medium-sized enterprises, incorporating access control, video surveillance and alarm monitoring.
Econz Wireless’ wireless timecard GPS with new features to prevent time and attendance fraud by mobile workers, will be available at Securex. Features include ‘Alert Supervisor when GPS is turned off’ and the ability by the mobile device user to only Clock-in/Out within 100 to 200 m of the job/store/customer GPS coordinates to ensure accurate location.
Mitsubishi Electric will display their 70 Series LED, DLP Seamless video wall cubes. The centrepiece of this projection technology is an integrated, ultra-modern DLPTM chip. The Smart 7 concept design for LED video wall cubes allows for a wide, intensive colour spectrum, optimum energy efficiency with the lowest power consumption and BTU figures in the world and an average service life of 10 years. A live environment setup will be available where visitors can interact with the solutions in real time.
Dahua will showcase its cutting-edge products and video surveillance solutions, including unmanned aerial vehicle, smart building, car parking, mobile and retail solutions.
SALTO’s JustIN mobile technology makes it easy and secure to incorporate smartphones as a part of an access control solution. SALTO Mobile means the end of lost key hassles, expenses and waste. The company will also promote its long range identification solution which automatically identifies user flows in any weather conditions without having to present the card on the reader. The product is suitable for car parks, traffic management, free flowing vehicle access control and convenience in general as the carrier is read at a certain distance.
PicoTech’s new Kwêbeam outdoor early warning system has been designed with a strong focus on ease of operation, reliable 2-way wireless communication with built-in repeater functionality and operation on the less congested 868 MHz frequency band. There is an effective built-in siren in all passive beams, and the system is completely wireless, operating on standard AA alkaline batteries for years.
Quantum Design and Engineering (QDE) will exhibit its locally designed and manufactured pepper gas alarm system: PROTECTO. This alarm system comes with optional GSM and Modbus capabilities. As the intruder will not be able to enter the premises after the gas has sprayed, assets will be protected against theft and vandalism. QDE will also launch its GSM PROTECTO Commander at the show: a two-input unit, available at Securex at a special launch price.
ProvisionISR brand from Hi-Tek Security offers 4K technology (H.265) in its 4 and 5 MP IP cameras and NVRs. This technology enhances video quality, and even with increased compression rates, uses up to 50% less storage space, 50% less bandwidth and 50% lower bitrate. The company is also promoting reliable analytics and POS solutions allowing easy integration with IP and AHD technology. The new powerful operating system OSSIA offers an easy interface, new web interface and App.
New Teltron’s range of HID Fargo PVC card printers and consumables, from the current low entry level model to the industrial model, as well as consumables, will be on show.
Business Process Optimiser (BPO) is an ERP system developed by CO3 Technologies and was specifically adapted and improved for the electronic security and telecommunications industries. This system has an in built interface to Pastel Evolution. All transactions are posted to the Pastel ledger in real time.
Duxbury Networking will highlight future-ready security solutions for physical and virtual networks. Under the spotlight will be a range of offerings designed to promote proactive security capable of adding significantly to the strength and viability of the corporate network infrastructure. Duxbury Networking will unveil new additions to its security armoury, including network access control, security information management, and other leading-edge offerings that provide a holistic view of enterprise security.
DJP Technologies is at the forefront of new technology enabling the company to provide the latest innovations in the security, drone and IT markets, from its YesTelecom router bundles through its drone packages that provide unsurpassed quality visual information from the skies, to its professional binding equipment.
A new hi-tech but very affordable mini dome and bullet range from GeoVision SA will be on display for the visitors to view and play with. Other products making a debut include a facial recognition reader, long range tag reader (RU9003), IP covert fish eye and the PPTZ.
Frank Street will be exhibiting the latest Milesight and Luxriot EVO product ranges as well as its own spy camera range. Milesight will introduce the Milesight PTZ bullet camera, a first of its kind, and the all-new 9/16/32CH PoE NVRs, as well as a high-speed dome camera. Luxriot Evo Global surveillance ecosystem solution not only offers 64-bit speed and all the necessary tools for setting up an absolute situational alertness system rapid response to events, but also introduces a central server governance hierarchy of all the components. Frank Street will give away a 16ch Luxriot EVO license each day at Securex. Clients simply need to register for the company’s weekly emails to be entered into the draw.
Genesis K9 Group(GK9) is a SASSETA registered training facility that specialises in the training of dog handlers, and especially the training of detection dogs. At Securex 2017 the company is hosting a stand with information on all the different dogs they train and can provide. This includes but is not limited to detection dogs (narcotics, explosives and other substances) tracking dogs, patrol dogs and multi-purpose dogs. The company will also provide information on training of security guards as dog handlers and all the relevant legislation surrounding dog handlers and the application of dogs and dog teams
In addition, GK9 is also a PSiRA-registered security provider specialising in providing dog handlers, guards and the leasing of trained. GK9 will also conduct live displays, demonstrating the practical application of these dogs throughout the duration of the show.
Popular visitor attractions at Securex 2017 will include the New Products Display, the Securex Seminar Theatre brought to you by Hi-Tech Security Solutions, the FPASA InFIReS Seminar, the ESDA breakfast and the SAIDSA Techman Competition. New to Securex 2017 is the launch of a technical training component. Two morning and two afternoon sessions covering various topics such as Surveillance for the entrepreneur (targeting end users and installers), IP surveillance and remote deployment (targeting entrepreneurs), Storage know-how (targeting installers), and IP convergence possibilities and solutions in industry (targeting installers and end users), have been scheduled. Full details of each training session will be available at www.securex.co.za.
Underlining the exhibition’s credibility is the endorsement by several recognised industry associations and institutions that include ESDA, FFETA, FPASA, PSIRA, SAIDSA, SANSEA, SASA and SIA.