UK CCTV specialist, 360 Vision Technology, will be showcasing its latest range of professional quality surveillance cameras, including high-performance its Predator, Centurion, and VisionDome cameras at the CCTV User Group Annual Conference from 22-24 May.
Taking place at the Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, the CCTV User Group Seminar & Conference speakers includes Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner and Jonathan Bamford, Information Commissioners Office.
Built in the UK and supported by first class customer service, 360 Vision’s analogue, HD, thermal and radar controlled surveillance cameras can fully integrate with a wide variety of popular VMS control room software, and are suitable for installation across a broad range of Public Area environments, and other general / high-security surveillance applications.
Adrian Kirk, Director of Strategic Accounts at 360 Vision Technology commented:
“Whatever the surveillance application, 360 Vision Technology offer a camera model suitable to deliver advanced imaging, detection and identification, including new unique advanced features which assist with gathering number plates from recorded footage; rapidly becoming a key requirement for local authorities cracking down on illegal and often dangerous parking.
“Whether the application requires high definition, low light, or long distance surveillance imaging, our range of static, dome and integrated PTZ ‘all-in-one’ imaging cameras, combined with our high-performance Sirius LED illumination, are proven in the field to deliver superior imaging whilst being tough and ultra-reliable. 360 Vision Technology are excited to be part of the CCTV User Group Annual Conference, and the 360 Vision Technology team are looking forward to meeting customers existing and new at this essential Public Area focused event.”