The end of August saw ESDA taking its show on the road with the association’s first expo in Windhoek, Namibia. Any pre-show jitters were quickly resolved on the day, which turned out to be a great success for all concerned.
The expo was well attended and over 100 visitors walked through the exhibition area to see the latest security products and systems the various security distributors had on display. The visitors were made up from a variety of Namibian industry participants, from security industry installers, distributors as well as end users, all of whom appreciated the exhibitors coming to Namibia where they had the chance to see the latest products and meet with industry experts face-to-face.
On show in Windhoek
The following companies were exhibiting on the day:
Came BPT: Came BPT exhibited its intercom systems, the new range of Came slide and swing motors with innovative solutions in terms of speed, battery backup and remote connection.
Centurion: Centurion Systems was also on hand to show its latest innovations in the field, including the Sector II high-volume traffic barrier.
Elvey: Elvey’s product line-up was extensive and included its Networx, DSC Neo, Dahua, ET Systems and Permaconn product lines.
Fire Tech Systems: Fire Tech Systems showcased Avigilon’s newest analytics, including: Appearance Search, Unusual Motion Detection and more.
FSK: The latest product innovations from FSK Electronics SA in the form of the Griffin (guarding and alert system) and the Raptor product range were on show.
Hi-Tech Security Solutions: Hi-Tech Security Solutions was also there to expand its subscription base in the Namibian security market.
IDS: IDS display included the new bi-directional wireless integration with Optex, its IP, GPRS and home automation modules for all IDS alarm panels complete with end-user apps and access control integration with the x-series.
MiRO: MiRO unpacked its IP surveillance solutions from surveillance giant UNV, as well as high-performance wireless solutions from LigoWave. Uniview’s scalable portfolio consists not only of IP cameras, but up to 128-channel NVRs and video management software.
Nemtek: Echo-line is Nemtek’s distributor of electric fencing products in Namibia. Nemtek’s range of security electric fencing products help ensure the safety and wellbeing of residential, commercial, industrial, utilities and high security properties.
Powell Tronics: Powell Tronics showcased Impro’s Portal product which can be accessed from your mobile device, with the latest RFID, Wi-Fi locks and biometric technology available.
RDC: RDC’s stand promoted the company’s in-house manufacturing department which continuously produces quality products, backed with guarantees and a 24-hour support service.
The feedback received from visitors was very enthusiastic and most of the visitors asked ESDA to make the event an annual occasion in Windhoek. Based on this and the positive reviews from the exhibitors, ESDA will hold an expo in Namibia again in 2018.
For further information please contact Leonie Mangold at [email protected]
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