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Stanley Security showcasing integrated systems at Airport IT & Security

Posted 9 July 2019 · Add Comment

Stanley Security will be showcasing its integrated security systems at Airport IT & Security 2019 conference, 25-26th September at the Hilton London Bankside in London.


Courtesy Stanley Security
 
It wll include their latest CCTV, access control and perimeter detection, along with drone detection, which help provide effective solutions for airports.
 
Stanley Security has extensive experience in airport security, providing security for two of the UK’s largest international airports – Stansted and Manchester.  The company has worked with Stansted Airport since 2004, with the latest major project being an upgrade of the airport’s widespread CCTV system.
 
Andrew Wray, Head of Sales - Programmes, Banking & Healthcare at Stanley Security, said: “This particular event is very niche and, being focused on airport security, is geared to an important target market for us, making it an ideal match. 

"The airport security market is of great importance to our business and we welcome the opportunity to meet with key players in this field and highlight our considerable experience and knowledge in this sector.”


 

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