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M2M is changing the landscape of Security solutions as the industry is on the verge of a monumental shift in the wake of technological advancements in alarm management, vehicle security, Surveillance, and safety and security of employees.

Learn how asset owners are now able to reduce costs, maximize operational efficiency and increase incident response as they quickly identify crime and potential threats to high value assets.

SMi’s inaugural M2M for Security conference will provide strategic insight into how to more effectively protect assets, from designing and installing critical communications, to challenges in protecting sterile zones, remote locations, and high security areas.

This conference is ideal for those involved in Alarm and Security Management, Installers, Commercial building owners (squatting is a big issue at present- learn how to protect high value assets), Security forces, Police and Insurers.

"You and your team should be highly complimented for the fine conference you arranged. I participated in many M2M conferences, and attended many more, and your conference can be ranked among those that fulfilled its high ambitions. As is usual, what is most important for the attendees is what happens outside the formal presentations, both in the exchanges between the speakers and the listeners inside the hall and during the meetings among delegates during the breaks. The venue and organisation allowed both."

  • Understand the latest M2M technology and it is being utilised as a key game changer in the security industry
  • Learn how the impact of M2M will change your business and how to strategically align your company with the latest technology to succeed
  • Reduce your operational costs, increase your bottom line
  • Develop new partner and distributor networks
  • Make security systems work "anywhere"
  • Enhance shared situation awareness in Crisis operations
  • Gain insight into the importance of telecoms design
  • Hear of the benefits of M2M Cloud for Security

Security Directors
Asset Management
Connectivity Director
M2M Director
Satellite M2M
Head of Security
Video Surveillance Directors
Managing DIrector
Alarm systems Directors
Security Officer
Product Development Directors
Infrastructure Management, Global IT Operations
Senior Security Architect
Delivery Manager Operational Processes
Head of Unified Communications & Collaboration
General Manager
Heads of M2M
Directors of Wholesale
Heads of B2B Partnerships
M2M Business Development Managers
M2M Account Managers
End customers
M2M Application Developers 

 

ACCESS CONTROL, ADVANTAGE PLUS, ALARM SYSTEMS, ALARMS, BARRIERS, BIOMETRICS, BLUE, BOLLARDS, CAMERAS, CCTV, CENTRAL STATIONS, COP, COP SECURITY, CRIME PREVENTION, CRIME PREVENTION PRODUCTS, DISTRIBUTOR, DVR, ELECTRONIC SECURITY SEALS, EXPRESS, EXTERNAL ALARM SYSTEMS, EXTERNAL SYSTEMS, FENCING, FUSION, GATES, GLAZING, GLAZING BLAST PROTECTION, GLAZING ENHANCED SECURI, GLAZING ENHANCED SECURITY, GUARDING, GUARDING SERVICES, HOSTILE VEHICLE MITIGATION, HVM, ID CARDS, INSPIRE, INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, IR LAB, KEYHOLDING, LOCKS, MANUFACTURER, MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, NOT AVAILABLE, OTHER, PERIMETER SECURITY, PHYSICAL SECURITY, PROFESSIONAL, RED, ROADBLOCKERS, SAFES, SECURITY, SECURITY LIGHTING, SECURITY PATROL CLOCKS, SECURITY SEALS, SERVICE, SINGLE USE SECURITY SEALS, SOFTWARE, SUPPLIER, TAGGING AND MAR, TAGGING AND MARKING, TRACKING, TRACKING SYSTEMS, TRAINING SERVICES, TRANSMISSION, VEHICLE TRAINING, ZONEVU,
 

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Steve Hilton

Steve Hilton, Lead Analyst, Analysys Mason

9:10 M2M for security: A key growth area on the verge of a monumental shift

Peter Manolescue

Peter Manolescue, Global Business Development Manager M2M, Vodafone M2M

The security industry is on a verge of a monumental shift in the wake of the technological advancements now being made in this fast growing sector. Vodafone are heavily involved in all aspects of machine to machine solutions for the security industry and see this as a key focus and growth area for their M2M division. Key areas of focus;

  • Will the residential alarm industry survive the Smart Home onslaught?
  • Can national and local alarm receiving centres find new business models in a globally connected always-on world?
  • If DIY alarms get any simpler how can installers make a living?
  • Do cloud services offer a real opportunity or is it a passing fad?
  • Will 4G/LTE offer real advantages? Who will be the winners and losers?
  • Is Big Data a big opportunity for security?
  • 9:50 M2M and its impact on the Security Industry CASE STUDY

    Andrew  Yeoman

    Andrew Yeoman, Founder and CEO, Concirrus Limited

  • M2M is changing the landscape of Security solutions 
  • Access and mobility control/Alarm management/Asset Security/Vehicle Security /Surveillance /Safety and Security of Employees
  • Integrating M2M into enterprise Security systems
  • Micro and Macro disruption
  • New tariffs and service structures
  • Case Studies
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 The Future of M2M Security

    Steve Hilton

    Steve Hilton, Lead Analyst, Analysys Mason

  • What is the status and size of the market today?
  • What are top areas of growth and potential for this industry segment?
  • What are some examples of successful implementations of security-related solutions worldwide?
  • What barriers could prevent continued growth?
  • 11:40 M2M, meeting the demands of the Security industry

    Matthew   Phelps

    Matthew Phelps, Managing Director , Cooper Security Ltd

  • Intruder M2M: Open interfacing without proprietary logical or physical connectors
  • Can/should M2M interfacing be a plug and play capability?
  • M2M and the value intruder detection can bring to the wider Security industry
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:50 Satellite's Role in Critical Infrastructure Protection

    Anu Sood

    Anu Sood, Global Channel Marketing Manager, SkyWave Mobile Communications

  • Satellite M2M service is an effective way to monitor the security of assets around the globe
  • Used where the protection of high value assets is critical
  • Sectors that use satellite M2M service include  transportation, maritime and defence
  • Case Studies: How satellite M2M is used where to ensure the security of assets, resources and people. 
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    14:30 To realise pervasive video security with M2M technology, now and future

    Kotaro  Jinushi

    Kotaro Jinushi, Deputy Business Head Video Security, Sony Europe GmbH

  • Latest technologies and customers’ pain
  • Center to Edge to store data, Analyse video
  • Current use cases
  • Sony’s solution
  • 15:10 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 APPLICATIONS PANEL 20 Minute Snapshot: The Battle for Smart Homes

  • Alarm systems, video monitoring, and other features — can now be manipulated from a touchpad, mobile device or computer
  • Who is best placed to facilitate a fully connected home  with video cameras and remote Web access? Telcos or Security firms?
  • Are partnerships developing between security and telco for Smart Homes? If they do partner, how will this change the security response control centers?
  • What is the future of control centers? Will they becomem pure m2m rapid response?
  • Can Security and Alarm industries survive? What do these new business models look like?
  • Peter Manolescue

    Peter Manolescue, Global Business Development Manager M2M, Vodafone M2M

    Juergen Hase

    Juergen Hase, Head of Deutsche Telekom's M2M Competence Center, Deutsche Telekom

    Steve Hilton

    Steve Hilton, Lead Analyst, Analysys Mason

    16:20 Automated M2M connectivity

    Peter Stanton

    Peter Stanton, Security Product Manager, ADT Fire and Security

    • IP CCTV and remote monitoring
    • Wireless communication systems (wireless alarm signalling)
    • Resilience in alarm monitoring
    • M2M business benefits

    17:00 Turning security into a solution

    Jimmy  Johansson

    Jimmy Johansson, M2M Solution Technical Architect, Telenor Connexion AB

  • Turning Security into a solution (Case Study)
  • Reduce costs
  • Additional revenue channels
  • More flexibility in their overall connectivity strategy
  • Security challenges in mobile M2M implementations
  • 17:40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Andrew  Yeoman

    Andrew Yeoman, Founder and CEO, Concirrus Limited

    9:10 Enhancing Shared Situation Awareness in Crisis Operations

    Fredrik Sjostedt

    Fredrik Sjostedt, VP Global Strategic Marketing, Barco

  • Network-centric visualization for Common-Operational-Picture
  • Dynamic multi-sensor display capablities and scenario management functions
  • Increased speed & quality throughout the decision-making chain
  • Distributed display solutions scalable to tactical, operational, joint applications
  • 9:50 Critical Connectivity in Alarm Signalling

    Matt Marshall

    Matt Marshall, Group Development Director , Csl Communication Limited

    CSL Communications are innovators in the European Machine-to-Machine (M2M) marketplace, providing managed M2M connectivity and the benefits of secure wireless communications to the Telecare & Telehealth industry.  Along with our principle network partner Vodafone, our shared ethos on end-to-end data management offers a fully resilient and redundant network for the safe and secure transfer of critical data via the Gemini® Managed Network.

  • The heritage of CSL DualCom, the market leader with over 17 years experience in the M2M security sector
  • Lessons learnt at an operator level compared with a network provider 
  • The investment made into the Gemini Managed Network and the value add this provides to our customers 
  • Network & Customer evolution

     

  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:10 "Security with Freedom" CASE STUDY

    Paul Green

    Paul Green, CTO, Arkessa Limited

  • Wire-free communications optimised for the security industry
  • Rapid deployment and ease of use – painless CCTV
  • Multiple user access
  • Multi-channel secure wireless communications using multiple carriers for ultimate security
  • Integrated monitoring and access control in remote locations
  • Practical applications and delegate quiz 
  • 11:40 M2M-Enable Security Solutions

    Juergen Hase

    Juergen Hase, Head of Deutsche Telekom's M2M Competence Center, Deutsche Telekom

  • Deutsche Telekom's business opportunities beyond connectivity
  • Security applications through integrated machine-to-machine solutions
  • M2M for Security: From connectivity and hardware to solutions and services
  • Developer community and reliable partner network to create and support security solutions
  • Importance of reliable international network quality
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:20 Deploying Devices in the Security Sector

    Alan Tait

    Alan Tait, Technical Manager, Stream Communications

  • Ensuring optimal network management and connectivity
  • Network services deployed in the CCTV cameras at Glastonbury
  • 3G network services for image transmission and 3G CCTV
  • UK in cash-in-transit and other security situations – case study
  • Asset Management, remote monitoring – case study
  • Tech Lab – advanced test facility for M2M devices- latest research
  • 14:00 Telecom innovations for security service providers

    Jerome  Datchary

    Jerome Datchary , M2M Business development, Transatel

  • Enhance connectivity with High Coverage SIMs able to connect to any network available in one country
  • Impact of High Coverage SIMs for lone workers, emergency situations and operational deployment
  • Aggregated MVNO models for Security Service Providers in Europe : integrating operator margin while delivering a full service (connection + device + application)
  • Enrich you M2M application with connectivity services : diagnostics, location-based services
  • 14:40 M2M Cloud for Security

    James Wickes

    James Wickes, CEO, Cloudview UK Limited

    Your organisation’s assets; Protecting each and every one of those elements is a vital challenge

  • Property and equipment
  • Staff
  • Your brand itself

    Benefits of Cloud and emerging technologies

  • Storage power of cloud computing
  • User-friendly customer interface
  • Create, access and manage your own unique networks of IP camera's

    Ease of task for end users

  • Define what you want to see, when you want to see it, who can see it and what actions they should take
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:50 Industry snap shot case study: Tackling metal theft through prevention and deterrent

    Tim Field

    Tim Field, Head of Press and Public Affairs, Energy Networks Association

  • The size and scale of the problem
  • How does industry and Government approach it together?
  • Dealing a lasting blow to criminals
  • Industry and enforcement efforts so far
  • 16:30 Managing the data hungry, VAS needs of M2M Security

    Tom  Gardner

    Tom Gardner, Head of Wholesale Business Development, M2M & Mobile Data, Three

  • Partnership models for successful service delivery
  • Supporting mission critical, heavy data M2M applications
  • Ultrafast mobile networks and the opportunity for M2M security
  • 17:10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Fredrik Sjostedt

    Fredrik Sjostedt

    VP Global Strategic Marketing, Barco
    Paul Green

    Paul Green

    CTO, Arkessa Limited
    Peter Manolescue

    Peter Manolescue

    Global Business Development Manager M2M, Vodafone M2M
    Steve Hilton

    Steve Hilton

    Lead Analyst, Analysys Mason

    Alan Tait

    Technical Manager, Stream Communications
    Alan Tait

    Andrew Yeoman

    Founder and CEO, Concirrus Limited
    Andrew  Yeoman

    Anu Sood

    Global Channel Marketing Manager, SkyWave Mobile Communications
    Anu Sood

    Fredrik Sjostedt

    VP Global Strategic Marketing, Barco
    Fredrik Sjostedt

    James Wickes

    CEO, Cloudview UK Limited
    James Wickes

    Jerome Datchary

    M2M Business development, Transatel
    Jerome  Datchary

    Jimmy Johansson

    M2M Solution Technical Architect, Telenor Connexion AB
    Jimmy  Johansson

    Juergen Hase

    Head of Deutsche Telekom's M2M Competence Center, Deutsche Telekom
    Juergen Hase

    Kotaro Jinushi

    Deputy Business Head Video Security, Sony Europe GmbH
    Kotaro  Jinushi

    Matt Marshall

    Group Development Director , Csl Communication Limited
    Matt Marshall

    Matthew Phelps

    Managing Director , Cooper Security Ltd
    Matthew   Phelps

    Paul Green

    CTO, Arkessa Limited
    Paul Green

    Peter Manolescue

    Global Business Development Manager M2M, Vodafone M2M
    Peter Manolescue

    Peter Stanton

    Security Product Manager, ADT Fire and Security
    Peter Stanton

    Steve Hilton

    Lead Analyst, Analysys Mason
    Steve Hilton

    Tim Field

    Head of Press and Public Affairs, Energy Networks Association
    Tim Field

    Tom Gardner

    Head of Wholesale Business Development, M2M & Mobile Data, Three
    Tom  Gardner

    Copthorne Tara Hotel

    Scarsdale Place
    Kensington
    London W8 5SR
    United Kingdom

    Copthorne Tara Hotel

    The Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington is an elegant contemporary four-star hotel in prestigious Kensington, located just a two minutes walk from High Street Kensington underground station, making exploring easy. The hotel offers well-appointed and comfortable guest rooms combining Standard, Superior and Club accommodation. Club rooms offer iconic views over the city and include Club Lounge access for complimentary breakfast and refreshments. Guests can sample the authentic Singaporean, Malaysian and Chinese cuisine at Bugis Street, traditional pub fare at the Brasserie Restaurant & Bar or relax with a delicious drink at West8 Cocktail Lounge & Bar.

    The Copthorne Tara Hotel boasts 745 square meters of flexible meeting space, consisting of the Shannon Suite and the Liffey Suite, ideal for hosting conferences, weddings and social events. Facilities include access to the business centre 24 hours a day, fully equipped fitness room, gift shop, theatre desk and Bureau de Change. With ample onsite parking outside the London congestion charge zone and excellent transport links via Heathrow Airport, the hotel is the perfect location for business or leisure stays. The hotel is within close proximity to the shops of High Street Kensington, Knightsbridge and Westfield London, Olympia Conference Centre, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.

     

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