360 Vision Technology to exhibit at the ‘Integrated CNI Technology Solutions’ Leave a comment

360 Vision Technology, the UK manufacturer of rugged HD, radar and thermal PTZ imaging cameras, will be exhibiting their latest range of professional PTZ cameras and detection technologies aboard HQS Wellington, as part of an upcoming ‘Integrated CNI Technology Solutions’ Technology Open House event.

A former WW2 Royal Navy escort ship, HQS Wellington is moored on the river Thames at Victoria Embankment, London. The free to attend event, to be held on Wednesday 1st December 2021, 9.30am – 4.00pm, is designed to showcase fully integrated, secure and futureproofed best-in-class, end-to-end solutions for high security applications and environments. Seminars throughout the day will share valuable information on the latest technologies for High Security/CNI End Users, Consultants & System Designers, and those responsible for the safety and security of Secure Sites, Utilities, Power Suppliers, Prisons and Airports.

In partnership with Identiv, Openworks Engineering and Harper Chalice, 360 Vision Technology will be showing new product developments, in addition to presenting Informative and Educational Technology seminars covering Drone Detection, Hatch Detection, Application of Radar Technology solutions, and ‘Vehicles as a weapon’ technologies.

Designed to create a highly accurate, and cost-effective drone detection and tracking solution for all aspects of the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) / security market, 360 Vision’s latest technology development includes the Predator SkyView360 PTZ camera – a complete integrated optical and autonomous drone detection solution.

“Following the recent success of 360 Vision’s technology learning webinars and live virtual presentations, we are delighted to once again be engaging face-to-face with customers at the Security Technology Open House event,” said Sara Fisher, 360 Vision Technology’s Sales Director.

“Visitors to the event will see live displays of the latest CPNI security technologies available, including cameras, Access Control and PIDS Systems – and to maximise understanding of the latest technology solutions, there’ll be a series of technology seminars and Q&A sessions.”


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