The Amped team hits the road again. This time we are heading back to Farnborough in the United Kingdom to attend once again the Security & Policing Home Office Event, taking place from Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 March 2017. Visit us at STAND B23 to see for yourself why Amped FIVE, Amped Authenticate and Amped DVRConv are the global standard tools for image and video forensics.
Attend Amped Software’s presentation entitled: “Video Authentication – It’s a question of reliability”
Date: Wednesday 8 March
Location: Cyber Briefing Zone
Time: 15:15 – 15:30pm
EVENT OPENING TIMES
Tuesday 7 March – 09:00-16:30
Wednesday 8 March – 09:00-16:30
Thursday 9 March – 09:00-15:00
Please note there is no general admittance to the Security & Policing event. All visitors are subject to Home Office approval. Possession of security clearance does not guarantee entry to the event.
All visitors must be a current employee or agent of one of the following organisations:
- UK or Overseas Law Enforcement
- Government Departments and their agencies
- Emergency Response Agencies
- Border Agencies
- Criminal Justice Agencies
- Key Operators and Regulators of Critical National Infrastructure (Security Managers and Security Procurement Staff)
- Individuals that are Members of the Register of Security Engineers and Specialists (RSES)
- Overseas Government Departments, Police or Law Enforcement Agencies and their procurement agents/representatives
THE OFFICIAL UK GOVERNMENT GLOBAL SECURITY EVENT, 7-9 MARCH 2017
Security & Policing provides a platform for professionals from the UK and across the world to engage with the very highest level of security expertise and the latest technology. It provides the level of industry engagement needed to enable UK Government to procure and deliver its national security priorities.
‘The first duty of Government is to protect its citizens. The secure environment provided at Security and Policing 2017 allows UK industry and security professionals a unique opportunity to have access to the best in new technologies. In an ever more fast moving world, our security challenges can only be overcome by Government and law enforcement agencies embracing technical innovation.’ Ben Wallace, Security Minister