Exhibitor Press Releases

  • MoD Selects OCP

    05-May-2016 by: Ben Philpott, ICS Communications, , ICS Communications,
    The Royal Navy has started the rollout of next generation command & control systems, based on SpliceCom’s Maximiser OS based IP PBX, to train its submariners. Working closely with SpliceCom Community Partner iCS Communications and prime contractor British Aerospace Systems (BAE), Britain’s leading developer of telephone systems has delivered specially modified versions of its S8000 Soft PBX and PCS 582G touch screen IP Phones to meet the Royal Navy’s exacting requirements.
  • Jacksons Fencing one of the UK’s leading designers, manufacturers and installers of security fencing and access control systems, has successfully completed 8.5km of security fencing and associated gates at the Eurotunnel Terminal, Coquelles, France as part of the Anglo – French commitment to securing key parts of the site against illegal and dangerous migration activity.
  • Equivital Black Ghost System selected for the UK National Ambulance Hazardous Area Response Teams (HART)

    04-May-2016 by: Ekta Sood, Equivital, Director, Equivital, Director
    The Equivital Black Ghost system, the leading real time mobile human heat stress, safety & performance monitoring solution for hazardous environments has been selected for inclusion in the national Ambulance HART Incident Ground Technology framework.
  • New app for live training launched by Bagira Systems

    04-May-2016 by: Jonathan Arrowood
    Bagira Systems has taken the next step into the future of tactical live training with an app to control the company's MAGNET. The MAGNET Instructor Field App (IFA) system is a new and innovative approach for After Action Review (AAR) in infantry tactical live training, providing for real-time control over training, documentation, and for field action review.
  • Optimal simulation with realistic latency-free images

    04-May-2016 by: Jonathan Arrowood
    Particularly in VR applications, the visual displays with the DLP® projectors of the ESP series convince with their flexibility. With different optics, they can be optimised for every projection surface. In the screening room of the exhibition stand, they give proof of their outstanding image quality, including during a night visual simulation. There is furthermore a special eye-catcher: a robot-assisted gondola with motion simulation, which also demonstrates the nominal latency and the high synchronicity of eyevis’ products.
  • Massive Automated Gates Swing into Action at Eurotunnel

    04-May-2016 by: Lauren Soutan, Jacksons Fencing, , Jacksons Fencing,
    Jacksons Fencing, one of the UK’s leading designers, manufacturers and installers of security fencing and access control systems, have recently installed a 4m x 14m fully automated double leaf swing gates, as part of the ongoing security updates at the Eurotunnel Coquelles site. 
  • Busch PROtective have reached a superior level of ballistic protection for Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs’). The AMP-1 TP is the lightest and very first 100% Aramid helmet to achieve VPAM (HVN-2009 - Prüfstufe 3) certification. This helmet is manufactured using our patented EBSP process which gives it elite ballistic capabilities, previously only possible with titanium helmets.
  • Counter Terror Expo sees a 20% rise in attendees

    02-May-2016 by: Peter Orford, Security & Counter Terror Expo, Marketing Manager, Security & Counter Terror Expo, Marketing Manager
    Records were broken at this year’s Counter Terror Expo (CTX). The exhibition and conference for those tasked with protecting against terrorism saw a 20% increase in attendees and a 15% increase in onsite re-bookings.
  • A team from the Royal New Zealand Navy has recently finished an intensive ROV training course, delivered by The Underwater Centre at the Naval Base at Devonport, New Zealand.

    The nine-day course focused on in-water operation training of the Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV, which is regularly used by the Navy for reconnaissance and security missions.

  • The Underwater Centre continues to develop expertise in search and rescue training

    27-Apr-2016 by: Steve Ham, The Underwater Centre, Commercial Director, The Underwater Centre, Commercial Director
    The Italian Air Force Search and Rescue team has been expanding its skills and knowledge during a visit to world leading subsea trials and training facility The Underwater Centre, which is developing a reputation for supporting international rescue teams with its range of bespoke packages.
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