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  1. If anyone is available on 28-30 April and wants a free ticket to The Security Event taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, drop me a message. There is a new Installer Conference this year focusing on standards, regulations and best practice, and it's co-located with the Fire Safety Event so there is loads going on. Free parking and drinks party open to everyone at the end of day one. Really worth dropping into. So many products on display including some never seen before. Backed by all the leading industry bodies. It's the best event to go to this year by a mile. www.thesecurityevent.co.uk
  2. Hey everyone, My name is Ross Harvey from Fuse Systems in Northern Ireland. Looking forward to inputting into this forum. Been in the industry for 20 years and loved every minute of it. If anyone ever looking advise mayve quickly give me or the team a ring on ##REMOVED## as we offer 24 hour assitance ##REMOVED##
  3. Hello all, I am new to this site and looking for sub-contract work in CCTV and Security or Access systems, in and around the West Midlands. I have many years experience, using Honeywell Galaxy, Pyronix etc, PAC and Paxton along with various CCTV systems, analogue and IP systems. I have my own unmarked vehicle along with all tools needed, including steps and ladders etc. I also have CSCS card. please contact me directly if you have any requirements. best regards. Nick Harrison
  4. We are on a look for a subcontractor in Scotland (Glasgow preferably) to help with our workload. Please browse for Human Recognition Systems MSite to found out more. We also require cover for our systems at EDI and Glasgow Airports. Please PM me Maciej Furga Engineering Manager Human Recognition Systems
  5. Hi guys hope you have had a good weekend. Just a question ive been wanting an answer for, for the past few days is what everyone thinks of YELL? If they have an ad online and whether it helps and what package is the best to go for?
  6. Hello All! Hope everyone is good! Finally a trade member! Anyway, another question from this corner and that is, we are a fairly new company operating for nearly a year as a company and i work from home ATM with our own engineers sent out when installations come by. I just wanted to ask whether accreditation is worth it, and SSAIB or NSI Silver, I wanted to get silver but the way companies are split up between silver and gold is something i'm not too fond about. Dont get me wrong, My installs are great and ive heard before and the gear is brilliant aswell but the bad ones normally
  7. Hi guys hope all is well with everyone! Just wanted to see what vehicles CCTV engineers drive these days? Thinking of changing the fleet but what's the trend of vehicles that the cctv engineer drives these days ?
  8. Ghost in the machine... With around three quarters of remotely accessible CCTV systems allowing intruders free access to invade privacy and compromise entire corporate computer networks, is it time to say 'enough is enough' to manufacturers and insist upon firmware changes to improve security control? This is not isolated to consumer level CCTV platforms only. Many 'professional' DVRs & NVRs are installed with default administrator accounts unchanged or additional accounts created and system owners given control over the default account (which they then fail to change). This means that
  9. Crossing of paths... Alarm Transmission Systems (ATS) are increasingly adding capabilities that would traditionally have been performed by dedicated devices, for example CCTV verification. At the same time Control and Indicating Equipment (CIE, or control panels in plain English) feature built in IP communication functionality and are giving us access to Home Automation integration and more. This type of blurring of what would previously have been clear and distinct roles that equipment played is becoming much more common and is set to extend even further in the future. We are already in
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