Ireland’s Security Exhibition & Conference
Wednesday 30th March 12.30pm: Maintaining your business
The economic downturn continues to add further pressures to technology companies making it increasingly difficult when combined with the other requirements of running a business in this sector. What are the priorities for company owners? Speaker: Martin Stairs, Managing Director - RAS Security Systems
1.15pm: Fastcom to launch IP Watch using NeoVSP platform Revolutionizing the world of video surveillance, NeoVSP’s OVS™ platform allows telecom operators and ARCs to replace local DVR and costly onsite installations with a service based hosted platform. OVS™ allows the service providers to turn video security into an RMR business, to reduce their costs and gain a substantial competitive edge over their competition. Fastcom will launch the NEO OVS platform in Ireland called IP Watch. Speaker: John Deering, Sales Director Ireland and UK, NeoVSP
Seminar Schedule 4.15pm: Irish IP Security Case Studies & Wireless solutions on the Milestone XProtect Open Platform Video Management Software Interactive Seminar – •Featuring day & night megapixel footage for Town Centre Security, Business Campus Security, Retail Security, Residential Security, Commercial Premises Security •Importance of up-skilling sales & technical staff in IP networking •**Free GVD IP Knowledge & Skills Training Programme worth €1290 for best audience question** Speaker: Gordon Smith, Managing Director, GVD | making IP easy
Thursday 31st March 11.30am: CoESS
The Confederation of European Security Services - CoESS founded in 1989 is the European umbrella organisation for national private security associations. The industry in Ireland has been actively involved in CoESS for over fifteen years. What is the role of CoESS and how can the Irish Security Industry benefit from its continued participation in Europe?
2.00pm: Advancing Technology
Principal Speaker: Hilde DeClerck Secretary General - CoESS
Technology continues to advance, can operators within the sector keep up.
12.00pm: Licensing – five years on
Is it all good for the customer and the broader industry?
The Private Security Authority in Ireland has been active in licensing for over five years.
Speaker: Paul Tattersall, Managing Director - Power-Plex Technologies
What is the current attitude to the effectiveness and benefits of licensing in Ireland?
2.45pm: The transition from Analogue to IP/ Megapixel Making the leap from existing Analogue technology to IP and Megapixe. The Hybrid approach and how it is helping installers and customers bridge the gap between their existing analogue technology and the latest IP and Megapixel equipment. Speaker: Michael O’Neill, Videnda Distribution
3.30pm: The impact of ISO 28001 ISO 28001 is now becoming a feature, which may impact on security providers in all sectors. What is ISO 28001 and how should the industry prepare for its impact. Speaker: Brian Hoy, Programme Manager - National Standards Authority of Ireland
Principal Speaker: Geraldine Larkin, Chief Executive Officer Private Security Authority
1.00pm: Employment Regulation Order The security industry Joint Labour Committee and all Employment Regulation Orders are under review and may be scrapped. What will the effects of this be to employers, employees and the sector? Principal Speaker: Owen Reidy, Sector Organiser - SIPTU
2.00pm: Standards in Guarding Services The Private Security Authority and the Guarding Services committee of Security Congress are carrying out a review of the current Guarding Services Standard. Some 100 amendments to the original standard are proposed. What impact will these changes have? Principal Speaker: Alan Durnan, Director - Brinks Ireland, Chair Guarding Committee ISIA
Facilitators John Byrne and Luke Maples
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