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IFSEC visitors to see new range from Samsung Techwin

Samsung Techwin : 23 March, 2009  (New Product)
Samsung Techwin will be expanding its presence at IFSEC 2009 with a bigger stand and wider range of products on show including new Network Video Recorder
Samsung Techwin's stand at IFSEC 2009 (stand C70, hall 5) will be almost twice the size of last year's stand, which is just as well, as the company, which is one of Europe's fastest growing professional security brands, is planning to have a vast array of new products on display.

"Installers and system integrators looking for a competitive edge will have the opportunity to see demonstrations of some truly impressive and competitively priced new products, said James Smith, European Marketing Manager for Samsung Techwin's dedicated professional security division. "Many of the products on show will incorporate innovative new core technologies including third generation SSNR (Samsung Super Noise Reduction) and two technically advanced camera chip sets, W-5 and SV-5, unique to Samsung Techwin cameras and domes.

The new products on display will include long-range UTP and Up-Coaxial Control cameras. Also on show will be Network Video Recorders which are part of the company's easy to use iPOLiS IP range and can simultaneously record up to 64 video and audio streams. The star of the show is likely to be the SGR-1 Samsung Guard Robot, which uses state of the art detection and tracking technology managed by extremely powerful control software to provide the ultimate surveillance solution.

Samsung Techwin's ambition to be a total solutions provider will be further advanced at IFSEC 2009 with the display of the company's soon to be launched Access Control and RFID product ranges.
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