Integrated Systems

Corps open day

by msecadm4921

Corps Security on October 25 are hosting an open day at their Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) on the outskirts of Glasgow. The ARC provides a 24 hours a day, 365 days a year service, offering intruder alarm, lone worker and CCTV based monitoring services. The open day will show what the security firm terms end-to-end security solutions to customers, including access control, intruder alarms, CCTV and control centre functions.



Companies involved in the open day besides Corps Security are:


TDSi the access control manufacturer; 

GJD Manufacturing, the manufacturer of exterior detection equipment as well as CCTV and lighting controllers in the intruder surveillance industry; and 

Xtralis the manufacturer of early warning air-sampling smoke detectors and video motion detection products, among others. 


Engineering and Operations Director of TDSi, Mike Sussman says: “This open day will demonstrate to customers how SMEs with core component expertise will not only deliver innovative security solutions that enhance the security of end users, but will do so in a far more cost effective way than with traditional umbrella software. With fully integrated business security becoming a key factor for end users of all sizes and from many market sectors, we can ensure that together we provide customers with a truly integrated service, supported by the UK’s leading Alarm Receiving Centre.”


The Corps open day will include presentations from all the alliance manufacturers and the agenda will be as follows:

9:30 – tea/coffee 

10:00 – Bill Macgregor, Corps Security with an Introduction to Corps Monitoring 

10:15 – David Barr, Xtralis will present on ADPRO FastTrace and Transitioning Remotely Monitored Analogue Camera Systems to IP camera systems over broadband 

11:00 – Mike Sussman, TDSI will discuss new innovations in Access Control and standards and Integration options between Access Control and other parties 

11:30 – Mark Tibbenham, GJD will give updates to the BS8418 Code of Practice: Installation and Remote Monitoring of Detector Activated CCTV Systems. In particular matching the fields of view of camera, detector and illuminator Digital Detectors.


The presentations will be followed by a tour of the ARC, and lunch.

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