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French Pavilion to secure pride of place at IFSEC 2010

The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in the UK will unveil the French Pavilion at the IFSEC trade show, to be held in Birmingham (England) from 10 to 13 May 2010. The French Pavilion will showcase innovative French companies from across the security industry.

The French Pavilion (Stand D125 in Hall 5) at the NEC (in Birmingham) will offer a unique environment in which security specialists, manufacturers, distributors, resellers, and contractors of licensing agreements will be able to discover new products and find potential business partners.

The exhibiting companies will showcase a range of cutting-edge products across the entire security sector. These companies are aiming to reinforce their professional contacts and explore new business opportunities between France and the UK.

On the French Pavilion at IFSEC, there will be a wide range of products and solutions, including intruder alarms, access-control solutions and electronic surveillance systems.

Several of the companies due to attend are listed below; a more comprehensive catalogue with full details on each of the exhibitors is available upon request.


ATLS’s range of products includes interior and exterior alarm sirens, alarm transmitters, ADSL filters, as well as other complementary accessories. The company is now expanding its activity internationally and is looking for new wholesalers and distributors in the UK and across the rest of Europe.

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Cavas develops portable structures that provide temporary access-control and presence-management solutions for industrial and construction sites. Its products can also be used by the events industry. The company’s Guardaccess is a turnkey solution, including vehicle, pedestrian and disabled access control, as well as security software, access badges and a security room.

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Eboo Solutions

Eboo Solutions offers a complete and diverse range of products for digital surveillance systems, offering high levels of performance and ease of use. Eboo will attend IFSEC in order to promote its products and find potential British distribution partners.

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Home Technology Europe

Home Technology is a startup working on M2M (machine-to-machine) technology. The company has developed a home-management gateway with GPRS and broadband connectivity (plug & play), which is affordable and easy to use.

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Hymatom is a leading manufacturer of integrated security solutions. The company’s innovative IP-based systems include intrusion detection, video-surveillance equipment (Zerolux, which provides vision in absolute darkness at 100m) and customisable software (VisioSpace – a powerful software platform which federates all peripheral devices in an intuitive and user-friendly interface).

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IPURE, which was founded in 2001, is a leading systems integrator for LCD-based professional display solutions. The company offers high-added-value products to its customers, including solutions for the CCTV, manufacturing, digital signage and hospitality sectors. IPURE also offers a Zero Pixel Defect guarantee for its products.

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Keeneo provides accurate video-analytics solutions that improve its customers’ security and enhance their operations. Keeneo’s patented 4D video-analytics technology uses camera images to analyse events in both time and three-dimensional space. The SafeZone models offer intrusion detection, while Metric Manager features counting and flow data.

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Luceor develops and markets highly secure, resilient and customised broadband wireless products and solutions targeted at critical applications. The company embeds its award-winning Mesh technology in a complete line of commercial and industrial networking products such as wireless routers, wireless IP cameras, wireless handsets, battery-powered ruggedized briefcases for emergency deployment, network management software, and network coverage tools.

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About the Trade Commission of the French Embassy in the UK

The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in London promotes trade development between France and the UK by offering a range of services to French companies. The Industrial Goods Department organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.

IFSEC will take place at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham (UK) from 10 to 13 May 2010 between 10.00am and 5.00pm. (On the last day, the trade show closes at 4.00pm.) The French Pavilion can be found at Stand D125 in Hall 5.

For further information, you can contact the Trade Commission in London directly, i.e. Ms Kate Ambler, Press Officer; Ms Véronique Sinclair, Trade Development Manager; or Mr Mathieu Lang, Trade Development Assistant (see below).

Ms Véronique Sinclair
Trade Development Manager
Industrial Goods Department
French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK
Telephone (direct line): (00) (44) (0) 207 024 3649
Mr Mathieu Lang
Trade Development Assistant
Industrial Goods Department
French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK

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