The Nukleas Integrated Security Solutions (NISS) consortium, a one stop UK security industry solution for command and control/surveillance requirements, is exhibiting at Security and Policing 2020, Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre between 3-5 March, on stand E49.
The NISS consortium combines British industry excellence to provide complementary solutions for a coordinated approach on all types of security projects. This single integrated solution combines command and control systems, robust camera surveillance solutions, secure wireless transmission and networking, integrated communication hubs, incident management, perimeter intrusion detection, mobile devices, live streaming of images, video analytics (including facial recognition) and multiple other security and safety solutions which are scalable and tailored to each unique project requirement.
Richard Freeman, Director of Nukleas Limited said: “We are looking forward to exhibiting at Security and Policing and welcome UK and international visitors to stand E49, next to the UK Government zone, at the centre of the event. Together, the NISS consortium has a track record of well over 140 years of providing UK manufactured products, software and services for complex site security designs and budget cycles. NISS can offer turnkey solutions with innovative and cost-effective solutions, supported by world leading training and we are actively seeking to build joint venture partnerships”.
The UK’s critical national infrastructure protection and emergency services are considered amongst the best in the world and this reputation has been built by working in partnership with the UK security industry and includes the deployment of Nukleas solutions. NISS experience and expertise ensures the safety and security of people and infrastructure across the globe, providing assurance through UK standards including those set by the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). The consortium concept is also advocated by the UK Government’s Department for International Trade’s Security Export Strategy and can be supported by UK export finance.