PSA vendor partner to showcase physical security offerings at TEC 2016.
Visit our booth #A55 to discover why Vingtor-Stentofon’s Turbine IP Video Intercom Station was awarded Most Valuable Product in the Access Control Category at ISC West 2016 by Security Sales & Integration magazine.
The event will be held on May 9-12, 2016 at the Westin in Westminster, Colorado. It is open to everyone in the physical security industry.
“We are thrilled to showcase our vendor partners who offer leading physical security technologies,” said Craig Patterson, director of vendor management at PSA. “The exhibition is a critically important component of TEC, as it is designed to be a more intimate event, encouraging increased facetime between exhibitors and attendees. In 2016, we are offering a full day of exhibits on Wednesday, May 11.”
For 2016, TEC goes “Beyond the Edge,” offering educational programs focused on industry trends and polishing attendees’ business acumen with specific learning tracks for sales and marketing, operations, business owners and technical professionals. All TEC attendees benefit from the comprehensive registration package that includes access to all networking events, meals and all non-certification conference courses at no additional cost.
Dan Rothrock, Vice President of Strategic Alliances, states “We define critical as the basic, yet profound need to hear, be heard, and be understood. Empowering teams to make informed decisions not only helps the end user, but raises the standard of excellence for communication solutions. Vingtor-Stentofon's 70 year dedication to providing innovative critical communication solutions is demonstrated in three key areas:
- Intelligibility: The ability to hear, be heard, and be understood. If you deploy a solution that does not meet this test, you have failed.
- Interoperability: The strategy and execution in developing a robust programmatic interface and, as a result, a partner ecosystem that allows end users and integrators to build interconnected solutions with access control, video surveillance, digital messaging and more.
- “Illities”: The acknowledgement that communications are mission critical and must be measured to the “Ilities”. This includes: reliability, availability, maintainability and sustainability built into the form and function of the solution.