Visitors to this month’s Secutech India security show in Mumbai should keep an eye out for the icomply stall. The company is setting up a simulated command and control centre that will use real time video feeds from clients and manufacturers to demonstrate how its V-TAS pro system supports integrated security systems.
icomply will be sharing a stall at Secutech India with ADOR Powertron, part of one of the oldest and largest group of companies in the Indian industrial sector. V- TAS Pro will help to demonstrate a range of security devices that ADOR produce, and link them directly to the simulated control room.
Hugh Barker icomply’s Chief executive said “Sharing with ADOR means that ADOR can demonstrate their products, and people can see just how well our V-Tas Pro works with these devices to provide an integrated security solution.”
Visitors to the stall can expect to see a wide range of video feeds that will include security and intrusion alerts. They can also witness the command centre using other applications such as video analytics, face recognition, and energy monitoring tools.
An additional highlight will be the chance for visitors to try out ‘icomply cloud’ that the company has launched recently. This is a new product that clients can use to set up their own ‘lite’ system that uses the cloud to link with a number of security applications that include CCTV and intrusion monitoring systems. It makes it easy to check alarms and CCTV cameras from anywhere in the world on PCs, tablets or mobile phones.
Secutech India is one of the largest security shows in India. Attracting visitors from all parts of India and across the world it has been a showcase for the Fire, Safety & Security Industry. It is seen by many in the industry as a key opportunity to become familiar with the latest technology in the sector. 2016 sees it reach a milestone fifth year.