Panasonic to display network products at Intersec
Dubai, January 14, 2013
Panasonic, a global technology leader, will be demonstrating new and expanded line-up of analog, industrial and home network products during Intersec 2013, the largest security exhibition in the region.
The 15th edition of Intersec is running from January 15 to 17 at Dubai International Exhibition and Conference centre.
Panasonic boasts a wide range of security solutions that are designed to empower various sectors like government, healthcare, education, retail, and a wide variety of large and small commercial enterprises, a statement said.
“Our industry specific solutions are designed and engineered to deliver the best technical support for a wide array of industries and they are customised to suit different sectors right from large business enterprises to small scale units,” said Hayashi Noriyuki, manager, System Solutions Department, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF).
“Over the years, we have expanded our line up to meet varied sectors and demands. We now have a commendable portfolio of security products on offering and Intersec gives us the ideal platform to showcase our expertise.”
Products on display during Intersec 2013 range from full HD end-to-end CCTV system, current line-up and fire alarm systems, cameras (IP & Analogue), recorders, fire alarm panel, detectors and complete IP control room software and integrated solutions.
These products are among Panasonic’s reliable and long-lasting solutions for the security market.
In addition, Panasonic will introduce new cameras which will help organizations to increase the security levels and provide value added features, such as the 360-degree full HD camera and a new line of a specialist cameras with built in intelligent features and video analytics such as counting, congestion analytics, and fog compensation. – TradeArabia News Service
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