Intruder detection and alarms systems are a key part of any security solution. At IFSEC 2019, the only event for the entire security industry, you will find the leading manufacturers and distributors of security alarm systems, intruder detectors, motion sensors, and more. Get hands on with the latest intruder innovations, talk to the experts face to face and pre-book 121 business with your chosen suppliers.
Find Intruder Alarm Products for Every Scale and Scenario
- Wireless alarms
- Control panels
- Shock sensors
- Digital video detectors
- Motion sensors
- Photoelectric sensors
- Boundry beam sensors
- Integrated 'smart' detection
- Alarm monitoring services
And much more.
Meet Intruder Alarm Suppliers & Manufacturers
Test and trial the latest intruder alarm systems and detection technology from leading suppliers such as CSL, Vanderbilt, AES Corporation, Ajax Systems, and so many more.
Whether you're looking for a multi-site, internet enabled alarm and detection system that's fully integrated with your access control and video surveillance systems, or simply some low-cost sensors for the residential sector, nothing beats getting to touch, feel and test the products for yourself. At IFSEC 2019 you'll be able to visit all the leading intruder alarm suppliers under one roof.
If you're looking for an alarm and intrusion solution that's really bespoke, the IFSEC meeting service enables you to pre-book face to face time with the key contacts at your chosen alarm suppliers. Confirm your meetings before even arriving onsite at ExCeL, and then sit down either at their stands, or away from the crowds in designated meeting spaces.
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Keep up on intruder alarm trends and technology advances
With so many advances in alarm technology in recent years, wireless technology, IoT enabled alarm systems and photo-electric sensors to name just a few, it can be difficult to keep up. And if you're falling behind you're only putting your business and it's people at increased risk.
At IFSEC, the Tavcom Training Theatre will provide a 'peek behind the curtain' of the latest intruder alarms and intrusion detection systems. Aimed primarily at installers and integrators of alarm systems, leading trainers from Tavcom training will reveal what the latest alarm innovations actually take to install and maintain, and break down the need to knows for integrating alarm and detection systems with wider building management solutions.
The Keynote Arena will focus more on alarm technology for commercial and public sector security end-users, and examine the benefits and pitfalls of 'smart' intrusion solutions and integrated alarms. The Keynote Arena will also provide you with the opportunity to have your questions answered in a series of spectator lead Q&A sessions and panel debates.
Procure Intruder Alarms and Detection Security Products at Discounted Rates
If you visit IFSEC International with the goal of procuring new a new intruder alarm and detection system, IFSEC's Discount Programme could make your security budget stretch that bit further.
The Discount Programme is a collection of pricing discounts and unique offers from the 600+ IFSEC exhibitors. All of which are available solely on the IFSEC show floor across the 3 days at ExCeL London. So if you're in the market for alarm systems and detection products, at IFSEC 2019 you'll be able to test and trial solutions from all the leading names, sit down with your chosen suppliers, and purchase the solutions at a price available only to IFSEC visitors.
We're constantly adding more and more suppliers and solutions to the IFSEC Discount Programme. Full details of the solutions included will be available in the spring.
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