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Poole: Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be sponsoring the Tavcom Training Theatre at IFSEC International 2017, as well as presenting each day at the event, which runs from 20th- 22nd June at ExCeL London.

 

John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi commented, “We are excited to be even more closely associated with the Tavcom Training Theatre at this year’s IFSEC. As a developer and manufacturer of market-leading integrated security systems, we pride ourselves on providing the industry with the best education and training opportunities every year, but this year we are extending it further.”

John added, “We have a longstanding relationship with IFSEC international and have always used it as a platform to raise awareness, not only of TDSi’s products and services, but also to educate and inspire visitors. This year we are literally putting education centre stage and making it the focal point of our presence at IFSEC 2017. We are broadening our commitment to educating all parts of the supply chain, across a broader audience.”

The Tavcom Training Theatre draws hundreds of keen security professionals each year and is the perfect opportunity for end users, installers, integrators and engineers to learn about the latest innovations and trends, whilst discovering security knowledge and tips.

“This is the ninth successive year that the organisers of IFSEC have entrusted Tavcom to host the Training Theatre and needless to say, we are delighted to have the support of TDSi, who share our same values in education, to ensure that visitors gain maximum benefit from attending the exhibition.” said Paul Tennent Sales Director of Tavcom Training.

Along with its support of the Tavcom Training Theatre, TDSi will also be running its own Technology Showcase at ExceL London, which will include live demonstrations for the company’s customers and partners. Amongst the solutions being displayed will be TDSi’s forthcoming GARDiS software and hardware solution, which offers all the benefits of a highly secure web-based application. GARDiS is easily adaptable for an increased workload, provides easier maintenance and installation, is more secure and is accessible from anywhere (on any device) utilising a simple-to-use and intuitive interface.

The IFSEC International seminar programme for 2017 will be announced soon and entry is free of charge. John concluded, “The Tavcom Training Theatre always proves to be a highlight of the show, so I would encourage any visitors looking to attend to check the schedule once it is announced to ensure they don’t miss their chosen seminar. We are very much looking forward to adding extra value to your visit to the event this year.”