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To meet an increasing demand for surveillance equipment, Secutech, Asia’s leading safety and security fair will feature a new pavilion for HD/digital surveillance products at its 2011 show to be held from 20–22 April 2011 at the Nangang Taipei World Trade Center, Taiwan.
Parson Lee, MD of organiser Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media said: “High definition video can yield up to six times more pixels per second than analogue cameras and as a result, it has become one of the fastest growing product segments in the surveillance equipment market. To meet this increasing market, Secutech is setting up the world’s first new HD/digital surveillance pavilion with 500 booths.”
This new pavilion is expected to attract 140 exhibitors and industry heavyweights such as ABus, Dahua, Dali, Everfocus, GKB, HDPRO, Hisharp, Hunt, KT&C, Moswell, Pinetron, Rapidos, Tamron, TBT, Videotec and Wonwoo have already signed for the show. Products and services in the new pavilion will range from HD cameras, speed dome cameras, DVR to NVR to video content analysis.
Special fringe programme caters to HD market
A number of forums and seminars will be organised during the show for the industry players to explore the latest HD trends and practical applications.
The HD Surveillance Forum is one of several Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF Asia) events where the world’s leading HD surveillance providers will share their insights into key issues such as standards, transmission requirements and new applications. This will be of particular interest to system integrators, IT installers, communications and end users.
The Composec HD Surveillance Seminar is especially designed for R&D and project managers. It will feature the most updated technology for WDR sensors, video analytics at edge, real-time compression and other control IC chips, which are widely used in large-scale transportation. In addition, it will cover the topics of storage, display and other interface upgrades and the change to an IP-based system.
For further information about Secutech, please visit www.secutech.com
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