Ipsotek announces it will exhibit its award winning technology at Intersec during 15-17 January 2012 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Established for over 13 years, Intersec is the leading and most important regional trade event in the security, safety and protection industries. It features a brand profile of 4 niche vertical sections, namely: Commercial & Information Security; Homeland Security & Policing; Safety & Health and Fire & Rescue, providing an up to date reflection of the industry portfolio and the latest trends. The Arabian Gulf is one of the most exciting markets in the world for the security industry. Its security market is worth AED 3.6 bn and is projected to grow at 10% annually. With an increase in visitors of 13% between 2010 and 2011 as reported by the organisers of Intersec, Messe Franfurt, we can only assume that Intersec 2012 is a show not to be missed.
Ipsotek will be exhibiting its award winning technology Tag and Track as well as other solutions namely traffic management, business intelligence, intrusion detection and behaviour recognition. In 2011 Tag and Track won the UK finals for the Global Security Challenge and was nominated as a finalist in the Security Excellence Awards.
Come and see our tag and Track demonstration on stand 3-115C.
Ipsotek provides advanced video analytics solutions with applications in both the commercial and public sectors. Our technology has the i-LIDS Primary Classification approval for Government use as a Primary Detection System in the operational alert role for sterile zone monitoring applications. Amongst many patented technologies, Scenario Based Detection (SBD) is the most innovative in its own right. Our Scenario Based Detection approach allows multiple behaviour detections to be applied simultaneously or in predefined sequences allowing a detailed understanding of behaviour which dramatically reduces false alarms. Our solutions are easily applied to the transportation, critical infrastructure and government, casino and leisure, retail, energy and construction market sectors.