Redvision has successful Intersec 2016
Redvision followed a successful Intersec Dubai exhibition with the
appointment of a number of new, international distributors and
value-added resellers (VARs).
Intersec is the leading exhibition for the Security & Safety
industry in the MENA region. The January 2016 exhibition featured 1,280
exhibitors and more than 31,100 visitors from 127 countries.
Before attending Intersec, Redvision used extensive independent
testing to verify that its X-SERIES™ cameras would tolerate the regions’
hotter climates, without compromising product functionality, longevity
or warranty. The X-SERIES™ passed tests convincingly, confirming the
cameras high-quality construction and efficient power management. It
also reflected Redvision’s thorough approach to entering a new market,
befitting of its market-leading position CCTV manufacturer status.
“Intersec enabled Redvision to showcase the X-SERIES™ rugged PTZ dome
cameras to prospective customers from African, Middle Eastern and
Southern European regions, as well as wider international markets,”
explained Paul Hucker, MD of Redvision. “We saw increased awareness of
our cameras across all regions. Many visitors were the budget holders
and decision makers within their respective businesses and had the power
to make immediate purchasing decisions. We anticipate the appointment
of many new, international distributors and value-added resellers as a
direct result of the exhibition.
“Our X-SERIES™ cameras are also the preferred video hardware platform
of other Intersec exhibitors and technology partners; Ogier Electronics
radar systems; UDP video analytics; and Eyelynx video management
software. We created additional interest and awareness of our cameras as
part of integrated radar, analytics and VMS technology solutions. We
shared leads and information during the exhibition, including on live
projects, and addressed real site needs using complementary, intelligent
solutions. Due to the resounding success of Intersec, Redvision are
planning many more international exhibitions.”
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