Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted EMEA will be exhibiting at Global MSC Security’s 6th March seminar and exhibition, being held in Bristol in conjunction with Bristol City and South Gloucestershire councils. Focused on the theme of ‘CCTV budget cuts and the riots – how did we adapt?’ the event is aimed at CCTV, Facility and Security Managers.
The seminar also marks the last public opportunity to hear from Deputy Chief Constable Graeme Gerrard, the ACPO lead on CCTV, who’s retiring in April. He’ll be delivering the seminar’s keynote speech.
Winsted is the control room furniture supplier of choice for prestigious projects and clients such as Dyfed Police Training Centre, Sedgefield Borough Council and Napier University, Edinburgh. The company’s range includes the recently launched and innovative Slat-Wall console, which combines the modular advantages of being reconfigurable and expandable, whilst allowing display monitors to be mounted, configured and adjusted in a virtually infinite number of ways. Importantly, this means significantly improved operator comfort, screen legibility and other ergonomic advantages.
Winsted’s team will be on-hand in the event exhibition area with a selection of equipment presentations and animations demonstrating the company’s specialist control room furniture design, manufacture, assembly and installation services – including those for its consoles, monitor walls, workstations and digital desks.