Security specialist TDSi will present sessions on integrated security and access control trends and offer practical advice on exporting at IFSEC International, which runs at ExCeL London from 17-19 June 2014.
In addition to making presentations at conference, on Stand F1100 TDSi will also be showcasing its latest integrated products and services and talking to visitors about how these can be incorporated into real-life projects.
TDSi’s presentations as part of the IFSEC Academy will kick off with md John Davies co-hosting a session entitled ‘Functionality, Reliability, Performance: security solutions for smarter buildings’ with fellow Harmony Alliance members in the SMART Buildings Theatre. This takes place at 1.00pm on Tuesday 17 June.
Davies will be sharing the stage with Jim Ludwig (md at Texecom), Elmdene International’s md Ian Moore and Mark Tibbenham, managing director at GJD.
The presentation will examine how security is a priority for modern businesses, how security technology must offer excellent levels of ROI as well as being efficient and reliable. The presentation will also focus on how individual project needs, such as building layouts and the day-to-day operational needs, must be key installation and maintenance considerations.
Security and Access Control: the key trends
On Thursday 19 June, TDSi’s engineering and operations director Mike Sussman will be presenting ‘Security and Access Control: key trends for 2014-2015’. This presentation also takes place in the SMART Buildings Theatre, this time from 11.00 am–11.30 am.
Sussman’s presentation will look at the substantial rise in integrated security systems and examine how this trend is likely to evolve.
The presentation will also review how upcoming trends and technology will place the security industry in a strong position to maintain growth.
John Davies will also be a key speaker for a forum entitled ‘UK Security on the World Stage: advice for exporters’, which runs in the IFSEC Global.com Centre Stage Theatre on at 1.00 pm on Thursday 19 June. Along with fellow speakers, including Greg Stuttle (chairman of the BSIA’s Export Council), Davies will be discussing how exports can be a valuable way to maintain and enhance profitability.
By incorporating recent BSIA research on this subject, the presentation will offer Best Practice advice, look at potential pitfalls, the importance of considering an export strategy and how the outlook is shaping up for 2014 and beyond.
Reflecting on TDSi’s participation at IFSEC International 2014 and the speaking opportunities, John Davies commented: “This is one of the key events for the security industry and we are proud to be taking part in three presentations this year as well as exhibiting at this exciting new venue.”
Davies added: “In presenting with my Harmony Alliance counterparts, we will be able to show how a truly integrated security and buildings services systems can offer benefits that far outweigh the sum of their parts. In addition, my colleague Mike Sussman will be imparting his considerable industry knowledge and expertise by looking at the key security trends and their benefits, while I will also be examining the importance of exports – drawing from direct experience through TDSi and also with my fellow BSIA members.”