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UK wireless security network demonstration for French forces

Vemotion Interactive : 03 December, 2014  (Company News)
The residence of the British Ambassador to France will be the venue of a demonstration of wireless video transmission technology to French security forces
UK wireless security network demonstration for French forces

Following the success of Thirsk technology company Vemotion supporting the UK leg of this year’s Tour de France, the Entente cordiale continues at a pace, with the wireless video transmission specialist invited to demonstrate Vemotion to representatives of French security forces at the British Ambassador’s residence in Paris on Thursday 4 December.

The event has been organised by the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Defence and Security Organisation (DSO) team in France, who invited 25 UK companies including Vemotion to the half-day exhibition. For Vemotion, this event builds on their attendance at Milipol in Qatar last month – one of the most influential trade exhibitions dedicated to international state security. The objective of this event is for UK exhibiting companies to identify and exploit defence and security forces sales opportunities associated with deployment of French security forces both domestically and overseas.

“Seeing Vemotion is believing, and while in France the words are a bit different (voir ce est croire), the meaning is exactly the same The Vemotion team is proud to have been invited to this event at the Hotel de Charost and we are very much looking forward to giving a practical demonstration of Vemotion’s capabilities to attendees,” said Vemotion CEO, Stewart McCone. “. While much of our work is focused on civilian markets, our technology has obvious military and security applications. Milipol demonstrated there is a lot of interest in next generation wireless transmission technology in this sphere and we are sure French security forces will feel the same way.”

The event gets underway with keynote speeches from both UK and French security forces, followed by the opportunity for Vemotion and the other 24 companies to exhibit their products and demonstrate their skills. The day’s activities will culminate with a buffet style networking lunch. The event builds on Vemotion’s existing relationship with the French Gendarmerie and with the company now expanding into Middle East markets; it is proving a busy period for Vemotion.

“It is all frenetic at the moment but very positive news for Vemotion and UK business in general,” added Stewart. “It’s too easy to forget the UK leads the field in many areas of technology and we are very proud to be flying the flag for the best of British technology and innovation overseas.”

Vemotion has established a firm reputation for innovative wireless video transmission know-how capable of delivering live CCTV footage from almost any remote location. The technology means that CCTV cameras can be set up in isolated areas and transmit images back to a command centre anywhere in the world and what is more, doesn’t rely on a fast broadband connection to do so - the finest transmission architecture, without the need for fibre.

“Vemotion is not just another wireless video transmission solution, but you do need to see it in action to understand why, which makes these events so important to us,” added Stewart. “Military and security events are attended by very knowledgeable people who want to see a practical demonstration and this plays to our strengths. Once seen, the system sells itself and the fantastic response we’re are getting for Vemotion at the moment is the proof of the pudding.”

Those who have seen and believed in the technology include the Gendarmerie in France, who Vemotion has been working with for the last five years, plus assisting police chiefs make informed decisions using live video during everything from G20 Summits and D-Day Celebrations to the 2014 Commonwealth games.

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