ADI Sponsoring Security Pavilion at InfoComm 2014
The Security Solutions Pavilion at InfoComm 2014 will help them expand in markets such as CCTV, mass notification, networking, storage and more.
The pavilion will feature more than 25 of ADI’s manufacturing partners with tabletop displays highlighting some the latest security technologies. The interactive kiosks will introduce attendees to new solutions to help them grow their businesses and expand in markets like CCTV, telephony, mass notification, lighting controls, networking, storage and more.
Attendees will able be able to participate in hands-on installation skills activities.
For example, B.E.S. Manufacturing will teach showgoers new wire pulling techniques, while representatives from Platinum Tools will show how installers can efficiently seat and terminate RJ 45 cable.
Attendees will also explore compression connections with Gem Electronics, learn IP addressing methods with D-Link and find new electronic testing methods with Greenlee. NVT will also teach dealers new media conversion best practices.
Manufacturers participating in the Security Pavilion include Arecont Vision, Aiphone, Axis Communications, BES, Bosch, Digital Watchdog, D-Link, Etherwan, Honeywell, Labor Saving Devices, Luxul, NEC, Network Video Technologies, Power-Sonic, Platinum Tools, Prodatakey, QNAP, Trendnet, Tripplett, and Vivotek.
Visit the Security Pavilion at booth No. N368.
For more information, visit adiglobal.us.
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