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UK security exporters Pyronix, TDSi and Texecom preview latest solutions at IFSEC Southeast Asia

Members of the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Export Council are preparing to exhibit at IFSEC Southeast Asia, the region’s leading security, fire and safety exhibition and conference which takes place from 2-4 September in Kuala Lumpur.

Billed by organiser UBM Malaysia as the focal point for local security buyers and decision-makers, the event continues to grow year-on-year with no less than 350 exhibitors set to take part in 2015. Among them are 14 companies exhibiting as part of the UK Pavilion. This is organised by the BSIA.

“UK security companies enjoy an enviable global reputation for their expertise in producing innovative products and services which meet stringent quality standards and are trusted by buyers around the world,” explained Daren Wood, membership and export services manager at the BSIA. “As such, the UK Pavilion provides international buyers with a focal point to view the very latest in security technology from reputable, reliable and knowledgeable suppliers.”

IFSEC Southeast Asia 2015 runs from 2-4 September

IFSEC Southeast Asia 2015 runs from 2-4 September

Leading security technology manufacturer Pyronix is exhibiting as part of the UK Pavilion in Hall 4 on Stand UK02. Here, the company will be showcasing its new HomeControl+ App as well as the I-CAM/PT Internal and X-CAM/S External cameras which allow end users to control their security systems from the palm of their hand from anywhere in the world.

These state-of-the-art IP cameras provide live video streaming for home and business monitoring straight to an end user’s smart device.

Also on display will be Pyronix’s new flush and surface-mount keypads, innovative and original designs in wired, wireless and hybrid control panels and solutions, backlit sounders, pet-immune detectors and dual technology detectors.

On Stand UK01 in the UK Pavilion, integrated security solutions developer TDSi will be showcasing the latest version of its powerful security management software EXgarde 4.4 and its new range of readers, as well as offering sales and technical advice to visitors.

The main additions to EXgarde 4.4 include a new EXgarde web interface, integration with SimonsVoss SmartIntego wireless locking solutions, a Tenant Event Split option, an Elevator Dispatch facility and an updated EXtour Module.

The new features are designed for myriad uses. These include ensuring elevator systems work in conjunction with access control systems in order to maximise efficiency and save users time in high-traffic buildings.

Daren Wood

Daren Wood

Outside of the UK Pavilion, Europe’s largest independent security alarm specialist Texecom will be displaying its flagship Premier Elite Series on Stand number K518.

Texecom’s award-winning products cover every aspect of external and internal security requirements. The Premier Elite Series provides a single, comprehensive system architecture and peripheral range that scales from the simplest and smallest security applications through to the largest and most complex.

Daren Wood concluded: “With a focus on innovation and product development, UK suppliers can provide buyers with the very latest in security expertise. Choosing security solutions from a BSIA member company provides added peace of mind as these organisations are subject to stringent credentials checks and required to adhere to the international quality standard ISO 9001 at all times.”

*Visitors to IFSEC Southeast Asia can find out more about the BSIA’s Export Council and the expertise of the Trade Association’s member companies by visiting the BSIA’s Stand UK10 in Hall 4. Alternatively, visit the BSIA’s website at: www.bsia.co.uk/export-council

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BSIA members preview UK Pavilion at IFSEC Istanbul 2013

Members of the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Export Council have offered an exclusive preview of the new security innovations that visitors can expect to see at IFSEC Istanbul 2013, which opens its doors for the first time next week (30 September-2 October).

Event organiser UBM Live states that the new event – while targeting the Southern European market – offers “an unrivalled route to the Middle East”. The exhibition’s unique location between East and West has succeeded in attracting many members of the BSIA’s Export Council, whose key target markets for 2013 include both Eastern and Western Europe as well as the Middle East.

Showcasing the latest technological innovations is top of the agenda for BSIA members attending IFSEC Istanbul 2013. Manufacturer GJD will celebrate its 30th Anniversary by showing off its latest products, including the ‘Pearl Window Detector’, the new GJD D-Tect LZR laser scanner and a range of digital communication devices. Visitors should head for Stand D51.

IFSEC Istanbul 2013 runs from 30 September- 2 October

IFSEC Istanbul 2013 runs from 30 September- 2 October

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s international sales and marketing consultant, commented: “GJD is exhibiting at the new IFSEC Istanbul exhibition with a view to meeting potential distribution partners for the Turkish and surrounding markets.”

Looking for new distribution partners

Meanwhile, Bold Communications will be exhibiting on Stand D55. The company is particularly keen to find new distribution partners in the Turkish security market for its monitoring software and project services.

Bold’s managing director Brian Kelly explained: “With a GDP growth rate of 8.5% second only to China, Turkey is an attractive market for any ambitious security solutions company. Bold provides innovative and high quality monitoring technology which is an excellent fit for a rapidly expanding security sector like Turkey. We hope to meet many new contacts and make many new friends at IFSEC Istanbul.”

One of the services currently offered by the BSIA is the organisation of UK Pavilions at a long list of overseas events, including IFSEC Istanbul. Here, UK security exporters promote their products and services alongside each other at a reduced cost, enabling them to share expertise while receiving support and guidance from the BSIA.

John Davies: managing director at TDSi

John Davies: managing director at TDSi

John Davies, whose company TDSi regularly attends overseas exhibitions, commented: “Overseas trade shows such as IFSEC International’s brands and counterparts like Security Essen, MIPS Russia and Intersec Dubai are essential in helping BSIA Export Council members forge links with overseas companies. BSIA members’ attendance at such events has shown no sign of slowing down during 2013.”

Tom Sharrard, whose company Integrated Design Limited has also successfully exhibited at many BSIA overseas UK Pavilions ACROSS the years, addED: “I would recommend the BSIA UK Pavilions to any security company that is entering a new overseas market or anyone new to exporting. The BSIA takes care of a lot of the organisational aspects, including the shipping, and makes the whole experience far less daunting. Also, there is the support and advice from other UK companies in the Pavilion. Another major advantage is that the BSIA can often secure a better location in the exhibition than individual companies would be able to.”

UKTI’s Tradeshow Access Programme

Facilitating the attendance of many UK companies at overseas trade shows is UKTI’s Tradeshow Access Programme (TAP) scheme, which now offers increased grants of £3,000 per company to support their attendance of overseas events.

This year, TAP funding has enabled ten BSIA member companies to attend IFSEC Istanbul and its recent counterpart, IFSEC South East Asia.

Mike Parry, internsational sales manager for security at Remsdaq (winner of the BSIA Chairman’s Award for Exporting in 2011), outlined: “Remsdaq has attended events in the USA, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East under the UK banner. The main reason for us attending in this way is the partial funding that’s often available, which makes these events far more attractive in that we can at least do more of them.”

The overseas UK Pavilions organised by the BSIA are not solely open to BSIA members, but to all security companies keen on gaining a more secure foothold in export markets.

To find out more about UK Pavilions and the BSIA’s Export Council visit: http://www.bsia.co.uk/export-council

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