28 Mar Intersec: Expo Live
Hear from key organisations who filmed with Security Middle East Magazine live from Intersec.
For the first time ever in the show’s history, Security Middle East magazine took along a camera crew to film short clips with some of the event’s exhibitors. Short interviews and product demonstrations were captured on film so we could share them with our audience – both those attending the show and those who were unable to get to Dubai. It gave organisations a chance to widen their net with the content being streamed across all our channels.
These live slots were filmed on the show floor, giving viewers a taste for the show as well as the opportunity for exhibitors to share their knowledge, showcase their company’s latest innovations and offer soundbites on the future of the security sector.
From AMAG Technology we filmed product demos with company representatives including Chris Parry, Ziyad Tello, Chris Walker and Philip Verner. We also had the chance to catch up with Mark Williams, Director of Sales, AMAG Technology to discuss the key trends and challenges facing the industry and the solutions being rolled out by the company to tackle them. He picked out biometric access control and friction-less credentialling as two trends to look out for.
The company were on hand at Intersec to showcase its machine-learning intelligence for access control, a solution that learns what abnormal behaviour looks like for an organisation to help manage its access control requirements. Visitors to AMAG’s stand were also able to learn more about its biometric access control solution, which uses facial recognition.
From Motorola Solutions we filmed with Corporate Vice President Sales Video Security & Access Control, Pedro Vasco Simoes. He shared his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the security industry, as well as outlining the key trends he believes will shape the security eco-system.
Hear from key organisations who filmed with Security Middle East magazine live from Intersec relationship that has been forged between Motorola Solutions and Ingram Micro. The company used their attendance at Intersec to engage with their partners and end users so they could learn more about the challenges being faced and the synergy with their products to tackle these issues. During Intersec Dubai 2023, Security Middle East Magazine also filmed with Mohammed Owais, Middle East Sales Director for Western Digital.
Our team asked about the benefits of attending such shows as Intersec for companies, what trends he forecast to be on the horizon and the challenges security companies can expect to face in 2023. We also got to hear about the exciting innovations that are being added to Western Digital’s repertoire of products. This includes a ground-breaking 22-byteterabyte hard drive. In addition, we were given a live demonstration of Western Digital’s resource manager which can be integrated with other systems for data storage and security.