BSIA CCTV seminar to help Scottish businesses stay on top of technology developments

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The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) – the trade association representing the UK’s private security industry, has teamed up with Safer Communities Training Unit, Scottish Police College and the Scottish Community Safety Network in order to provide Scottish businesses and local authorities with an expert insight into the latest changes in technology and legislation, while exploring recent developments in the CCTV sector.

As a part of this free-to-attend seminar, participants will tackle the ‘current landscape’ for CCTV and outline the Scottish Government’s position on surveillance as well as providing practical advice on operational requirements for end-users and installers.

The half-day event will take place at the Scottish Police College, Tulliallan Castle, Fife, on 22nd October and will be supported by an exhibition of the latest products and services from BSIA members and will be followed by a light lunch.

The speaker panel will include the BSIA Technical Officer, Paul Phillips, who will provide guidance on how to navigate the latest CCTV standards, and Jacqui Doig of the Scottish Community Safety Network, who will discuss the challenges of public space CCTV from an end-user perspective.

Simon Adcock, Chairman of the BSIA’s dedicated CCTV Section, comments: “This event represents a fantastic opportunity for anyone with an interest in CCTV to catch up on the latest trends and developments in technology, with presentations covering topics as wide-ranging as transmission, recording and control to energy saving, lighting and remote monitoring.

“With time set aside for questions and answers, delegates will benefit from individual advice from industry experts and Government representatives and, as an Association, we look forward to sharing the broad knowledge and best practice of BSIA members with the wider business community.”

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