Perimeter solutions, such as fencing and bollards, are often the first line of defence for any physical location. The past year has seen a number of attacks carried out on our cities and assets that have only further highlighted the need for effective perimeter solutions.
A fence is simply not a fence when it comes to the protection of critical assets. IFSEC 2018 offered you the chance to discover what the latest products in perimeter protection are on offer, compare solutions and suppliers under one roof, hear about the latest trends and practices in the physical protection of cities and infrastructure, and witness products put to the test.
Discover Perimeter Protection Solutions for all Applications
- GRP Fencing
- Double and Profile Panel Fencing
- Retractable Posts
- Road Barriers
And much more.
Physical Security Products Put to the Test in the LPCB Attack Testing Zone
Following its hugely successful launch at IFSEC 2017, the LPCB Attack Testing Zone returned larger and more prominent for 2018, showcasing real-life attack tests on physical and perimeter security products.
The LPCB Attack Testing Zone hosted expert technicians from the LPCB demonstrating the robust testing they execute on perimeter fencing, security doors, shutters and covers. Non-approved products were tested in the demonstrations against LPCB approved alternatives which have reached a minimum of LPS 1175 SR-3 levels of compliance so visitors were able to see the effectiveness of these industry-defining products. Following the live attack demonstrations, visitors were able to speak directly to the manufacturers of the products that were tested, at their adjacent stands.
*artists impression of the 2018 Attack Zone
Meet Suppliers of Perimeter Protection Security Products
At IFSEC International 2018 visitors were able to speak face to face with hundreds of suppliers of physical and perimeter security products. They were also able to touch and feel their range of products, and compare solutions for all suppliers under the one roof.
For those really seeking some in-depth product information and want to ensure they get face time with your chosen perimeter suppliers and their specialist contacts, the IFSEC Meetings Service allowed you to pre-book meetings before you arrive, so that you can make the most efficient use of your time at the show.
Educate yourself on emerging threats and perimeter protection best practice
The seminar and conference programme in the IFSEC International 2018 Keynote Arena hosted a wide variety of sessions covering best-practice and future trends in physical and perimeter security. Topics covered safe cities, anti-terror, the protection of critical national infrastructure and much more.
Visitors had the chance to put their questions to policy makers from government, anti-terror experts from policing and intelligence agencies, and hear first hand from end-users who have pioneered new solutions and physical security strategies in their own businesses.
Procure Perimeter Solutions at Discounted Rates
If you came to IFSEC International with a view to find new physical and perimeter solutions, IFSEC's exclusive Discount Programme could've saved you thousands on your security budget.
IFSEC works closely with its 600+ exhibitors to formalise product discounts and unique offers, that are available exclusively for just 3 days on the IFSEC show floor. So if you're in the market for perimeter protection products such as fencing, and bollards, IFSEC gives you the opportunity to witness the technology being put to the test, meet face to face with suppliers, and make a deal at a price that wouldn't be available anywhere else, all under one roof across 3 days.
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