Covering all aspects of video surveillance, IFSEC International features the very latest CCTV and surveillance products and services, from 4K cameras to video analytics and drones, all designed to protect your assets and your people.
Test & Trial All Types of Video Surveillance Solutions
- IP Cameras
- 4K Cameras
- 7K Cameras
- Video Detection
- Video Control Centre Equipment
- Video Analytics
- Video Servers
- Cloud Storage
- Facial Recognition
- Thermal Imaging
- 360 Cameras
- Rugged Dome Cameras
- Body-worn Cameras
- Residential video solutions
- Night Vision Cameras
And much more!
Meet Leading Video Surveillance Suppliers
At IFSEC International 2018 you were able to speak first hand with hundreds of leading video surveillance suppliers, including Hikvision, Hanwha Techwin, Samsung, and Panasonic, and view their latest innovations in action throughout the show floor. Whether you're looking for a small CCTV, or a cloud-hosted multi-site surveillance solution that's fully integrated with your intruder detection and access control systems, you'll find it all at IFSEC 2019.
Nothing beats getting hands on with new equipment and at IFSEC 2019 be able to speak face to face with video surveillance suppliers and their technical specialists, quiz them on their latest innovations, and receive live demos there and then. And if you're really seeking some in-depth product information and want to ensure you get face time with your chosen suppliers and their specialist contacts, the IFSEC Meetings Service allows you to pre-book meetings and demos before you arrive, so that you can make the most efficient use of your time at the show.
Discover Video Surveillance Best Practice & Emerging Technology
In addition to the thousands of video surveillance and CCTV products on offer, you'll find plenty of video surveillance related seminars and panel debates in both the Keynote Arena and Tavcom Training Theatre.
These sessions will be your chance to discover what the emerging trends in surveillance best practice are, and what the CCTV technology of tomorrow will look like.
In the Keynote Arena you'll be able to hear directly from security end users that have overcome their own surveillance challenges, and put your questions to government experts on footage storage, data protection legislation and GDPR policy, to ensure you remain both secure and compliant.
The Tavcom Training Theatre will provide a more 'behind the scenes' look at video surveillance equipment, geared largely towards installers and integrators wanting to know what it actually takes to work with the latest video technology, and how their own businesses may need to adapt to new innovations and changing demand.
Businesses must learn to adapt to the new regulations and understand the penalties – fines up to €20m or 4% of turnover (whichever is greater) – they may face if they don’t.
Peter Houlis, Managing Director, 2020 Vision Systems
Procure Video Surveillance Equipment at Discounted Rates
If you're coming to IFSEC International with a view to procure new video surveillance solutions or CCTV equipment, IFSEC's exclusive Discount Programme could save 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 video surveillance products, IFSEC 2019 will give you the opportunity to witness the technology in action, 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.
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.
Our Most Read Video Surveillance Reports
The State of Surveillance Storage
From the growing quantity of data to new innovations like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning, the surveillance and security landscape is changing.
The video surveillance report 2018
The fourth annual edition of The Video surveillance report sets out, like previous editions, to gauge industry perceptions and experiences of the latest innovations in network cameras and video surveillance systems.