Technology and Solutions Theatre

Technology and Solutions Theatre

The Technology & Solutions Theatre is the parallel track outside of the main programme and specially designed to showcase the latest security products and services. This theatre which seats about 20 people is positioned in a prominent spot on the exhibition.

These sessions will be open to conference and exhibition-only delegates alike.

Book your Exhibition space early and take this unique opportunity to speak about your technology, products or services or to do a demonstration!

The following sessions have been confirmed and will run in parallel to the main conference programme.

Monday, 17 February

Session 34
10:30 - 10:50
Avigilon End to End Security Solution
Hadi Rayess
Senior Director of Sales Middle East, Avigilon, UAE

Founded in 2004, we design and manufacture high-definition surveillance solutions that deliver the best evidence. Our open, industry-leading HD network video management software and megapixel cameras, access control are reinventing security by providing a cutting edge open platform security solution from one source. With our open components you can customize your own powerful, scalable and cost-effective surveillance / access control solution. With all of our hardware and software designed and manufactured in North America, you will always get the best quality and the most reliable products in the industry. Fastest growing security provider in the industry publicly listed on TSE.

Session 35
11:00 - 11:20
Secure Identity in an increasingly mobile world
Mohammed Joueid
Consultant, Northern Europe, HID Global, UK

In the modern era of smartphone adoption and the ubiquitous nature of mobility, we are seeing a profound impact on our daily lives and how we gain access to services. In this short session we will look at the value of embracing mobility, and the wave of technological advances across the Middle East that will impact each of us as an end user, customer, employee or a citizen.

Session 36
11:25 - 11:45
Transformation of Military Applications to Improve Critical Infrastructure Protection
Aleksandar Smiljanic
Regional Manager, Secutronic, UAE

Secutronic Introduction: as a company, solutions offered to Industrial, Commercial and Governmental institutions, Secutronic Special Training Centers for Live Fire Arm equipment.

Session 37
11:50 - 12:10
Perimeter Protection in 2014: Application Strategies for Today’s Technologies
Robert Kirkaldie
Director of Sales, Southwest Microwave, Inc. - Security Systems Division, USA

Outdoor perimeter security is a facility’s first line of defense. Explore effective strategies and technologies to prevent unauthorized site access and mitigate risk to critical infrastructure, high-value assets and personnel. The session will explore today’s available perimeter intrusion detection solutions and design considerations for specific applications, site characteristics and risk levels, and outline performance measures to achieve highest probability of detection, lowest nuisance alarm rate and optimal disturbance assessment.

Session 38
13:30 - 13:50
Corporate Espionage Overview
Jason Dibley
Technical Director, QCC Interscan, UK

Jason Dibley Technical Director at QCC Global investigates some of the traditional, new and emerging technical surveillance threats faced by modern business, examining how modern technology can be used to spy on commercial entities, and steps that can be taken to protect from corporate espionage attacks.

Session 39
13:50 - 14:10
Record, Report, Integrate: Electronic Security Solutions for Finance Industry
Serdar Ince
Director of Product Management, Sensormatic Guvenlik Hizmetleri, Turkey

Rapid developments in electronic security allow us to deploy custom security solutions for finance industry. In this presentation, we analyze the needs of finance institutions such as scalability, indisputable evidence, integration of systems, central monitoring. We present examples from real world scenarios and show how state of the art electronic security solutions can secure a bank branch and at the same time increase the efficiency without a need of additional personnel.

Session 40
14:25 - 14:45
New Innovations in Perimeter Security
Timothy Messelis
Global Account Product Manager, Betafence, South Africa

Overview of presentation – As the world leader in perimeter security and worlds largest fencing manufacturer Betafence is continuously developing new innovative ways for their clients to secure their perimeter. In this presentation Timothy Messelis, Global Account Product Manager, will discuss the new innovations and products that Betafence will be launching during 2014 and the products that Betafence has in the development pipeline.

Session 41
14:50 - 15:10
Easy Mass Notification Integration
Bruce Gabrielson
Technical Instruction, Valcom's Engineered Solutions Division, USA

Valcom's eLaunch software solution provides a single launch point for emergency notifications to phones, speakers, horns, SMS, visual signs in and around buildings, etc. Learn how to integrate across multiple platforms to create one cohesive Mass Notification solution.

Session 42
15:45 - 16:05
Passive Millimeter Wave screening of people for concealed threats: explosives, liquids, powders, weapons
Jonathan H James PhD MinstP
Product Line Manager, Microsemi RFIS Screening Solutions, UK

A comprehensive overview of Passive Millimeter Wave (PMMW) people screening for concealed threats. This presentation will describe operational experience gained through Microsemi’s Screening Solutions including the world’s first hand held passive millimeter wave screening system.

Session 43
16:10 - 16:30
M2M Communications and Fiber on the Air Francois Hannouche
Seniot Advisor, Nesma Trading, Saudi Aramco

Fibre on the Air in all Weather Conditions, Remote Monitoring including CCTV, Scada, Assets Management and Tracking and Five-Play Services including Mobility and 2Way Radios over Wi-Fi.

Session 44
16:40 - 17:00
Video Data – Don’t Lose it. Report it!
Gautam D Goradia
CEO and MD, Hayagriva Software, India

Because it’s too cumbersome to view hours of footage, people lose out on rich video data. However, our software converts footage into screenshots that can be used to create Intelligent Incident Reports. This leads to (a) Operational Risks Management (b) Prevention of Losses/Business Process Improvement (c) Faster Solving of Crime.

Session 45
17:10 - 17:30 - available

Tuesday, 18 February

Session 46
10:30 - 10:50
Document your security tours and safety inspections
Ari Wolf
General Manager EMEA, TimeKeeping Systems, Belgium

Document your security tours and safety inspections with Guard1 Plus and The PIPE, the preferred and recommended patrol system of the security industry. You get tour confirmation, exception reports and incident recordings.

Session 47
11:00 - 11:20
Understanding End-to-End Incident Management: From Planning and Responding to Documentation and Investigation
Frank Kennedy
Global Director of Sales, PPM 2000, Canada

How many systems do you currently use to respond to, report on and analyse security incidents? From emergency planning, to situation management, to business intelligence. It’s time to bring all aspects of your Incident Management program into a single, consolidated process. It’s about sharing data, eliminating redundancies and being responsive. It’s about end-to-end Incident Management.

Session 48
11:25 - 11:45
Intelligent & Cost Effective Security Design
Liam Anderstrem
Vice President, AcuTech Global Services, UAE

A look at how to design cost effective security and safety solutions based on having a thorough appreciation of evolving risks. In today’s cost conscious environment, it is essential that we truly understand our risks and base our solutions to mitigate these risks on accurate data. The speaker will look at proven techniques and methodologies to best assess risk (such as ANSI/API Standard 780 Security Risk Assessment Methodology) and then consider some of the innovative and intelligent, future-proof solutions that may shape security design in the years to come.

Session 52
14.25-14.45
Benefits of Joining Women in Security (WIS)
Angela Osborne, Treasurer and Women in Security (WIS) Liaison, ASIS Abu Dhabi Chapter, UAE

Come learn about the benefits of joining ASIS’s Women in Security (WIS). WIS’s mission is to provide support and assistance to women in the security industry as well as to inspire those interested in entering the field through tailored programming and mentoring. While the group is tailored for women, we encourage and welcome the participation of all ASIS members who are dedicated to the support of women in the security industry. WIS promotes its global members by utilizing collaborated skills and talents to strengthen leadership abilities.

Angela Osborne has worked as TAQA’s (Abu Dhabi National Energy Company) Security Intelligence Analyst since 2009. She holds an MA in Security Studies with a concentration in Intelligence from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. In 2011, she published her thesis Spies Who Stay Out in the Cold: Looking to Soviet Illegal Operations for the Future of Non-official Cover. She currently serves as the Treasurer and Women in Security (WIS) Liaison of the newly founded Abu Dhabi ASIS Chapter.

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middleeast@asisonline.org

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