Tyco Integrated Fire & Security sponsors the 15th ASIS European conference in London
Johnson Controls Integrated Fire & Security (IFS), a Johnson Controls company which designs, installs and services fire and electronic security systems, is joining the ASIS 15th European Security Conference & Exhibition taking place in London from 6-8 April 2016, as the lead sponsor (visit the Johnson Controls booth number C8).
For years, Johnson Controls IFS has been sponsoring the three-day event, in which industry experts come together to discuss; the increasingly complex threat landscape, what strategies companies and governments are taking, and the technologies that are being used to overcome these pressures. A mainstay at the ASIS conference, Johnson Controls has in previous years held keynote speaking positions discussing the ground breaking work being done in the security sector on integrated security systems, video analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT) and biometrics, amongst others.
Johnson Controls IFS has a proven track record of providing comprehensive integrated security solutions covering access-control, anti-intrusion, fire protection, enhanced video analytics, and more. Johnson Controls’s ability to integrate these tools into easy-to-use systems while offering management platforms makes it a stand-out supplier, and Johnson Controls continues to deliver high end solutions to leading private and public sector organisations around the world, across multiple verticals.
The ASIS European conference is an annual event attended by some of the most prominent professionals in the international security industry. It offers ASIS members and guests the opportunity to share their experiences and gain valuable insight into the security challenges faced by organisations not just across Europe, but around the world. The conference provides a unique learning matrix for guests from a number of different sectors to connect with like-minded individuals and participate in a range of educational sessions, key-note presentations and networking breaks.