Visit our booth (B23) at Security and Policing 2016!
The event will take place at Farnborough FIVE (Farnborough International Venue & Events), Hampshire, UK from Tuesday 8 – Thursday 10 March 2016.
We will be giving a presentation on Wednesday the 9th from 13:30 – 13:50 in the Cyber Zone of the event.
Title: “Practical forensic image and video analysis”
Presenter: Martino Jerian, CEO and Founder.
This presentation will tell you the truth about forensic video analysis and provide a summary of all the steps needed to get evidence out of the source (typically a digital video recorder), extract parts of interest, forensically enhance them, take measurements, and prepare the results for presentation in the courtroom.
WHY VISIT S&P 2016?
Security & Policing provides the opportunity to view the latest developments in the UK security market with almost 400 companies under one roof. The event does not allow trade visitors which ensures all attendees are serious about security and are either end users, influencers, decision makers or purchasers. The exhibition provides a discreet environment for you to test and evaluate products and services and determine their impact on your organisation.
KEY REASONS TO VISIT
The ONLY Home Office security exhibition
Largest event of its kind in the UK
Security & Policing is FREE to attend
FREE to attend Government briefings
Exclusive opportunity to view cutting-edge technologies
Strict Home Office criteria ensures a secure environment for visitors and exhibitors
Held annually at the FIVE venue in Farnborough, Hampshire, Security & Policing provides an environment structured to deliver the value and benefit to professionals from all areas within the security industry.
“National security and protecting the public are the first priorities of the Government. Security & Policing is the only event of its kind to bring together UK industry, law enforcement and security professionals in a secure environment to showcase new technology that aims to tackle the changing nature of crime and drive the transformation of the police. I look forward to attending this event and speaking about how we continue to cut crime and protect the public.” – Security Minister John Hayes