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Situational awareness and synthesis will be a key focus at SAGE 2019 to be held at the Realm Hotel on November 14 from 12-6pm (pre-register here and save time at the door).

Situational awareness is one of the toughest operational outcomes to deliver – there’s no one layer of planning, procedures and technology can bring it together. Instead situational awareness is a process that takes serious engagement from everyone involved and that effort needs to continue into the future – it’s not set and forget.

When you think about the modern security solution, which combines local, wide area and public networks, core services like power supply, local and remote storage, physical security and related automation systems, the delivery mechanisms onsite and via mobile networks, you start to get a sense of the challenges. Situational awareness and reporting in real time with mapping and live video coverage is the Holy Grail – for system designers and integrators as well as security managers.

At SAGE 2019, some of Australia leading security providers will be showing their latest solutions and discussing how end users can best deliver security teams situational awareness about every part of an organisation, while maximising cost efficiencies. This is a once-off chance to see the industry’s leading solutions without leaving town – don’t you miss it.

Sponsored by ASIS ACT, Inner Range and SEN, SAGE 2019 has 35 exhibitors, including Selectlok, Access Hardware, Western Advance, Mitygo, Axis Communications, Milestone Systems, Honeywell, Gallagher, Boon Edam, Inner Range, SCSI, Sektor, Saab, Ezi Security Systems, Gunnebo, BM Doors, Amor Australia, Secure Edge, HID, FSH, AMS Australia, Moog, Sensing Products, Dataline Visual Link, Panasonic, Ness Corp, Perimeter Systems Australia, Bosch Security, EVVA/EKKA Cyberlock, Nirovision, ASSA ABLOY, SRA Solutions, Rhinoco, CardServID, and Geutebruck.

ASIS ACT’s free seminar speakers for SAGE 2019 include:

10.15am -10.45am – Raymond Frangie speaking on “Cyber Security and Security Systems”
11am – 11.45am – Dr. Michael Netherton, University of Newcastle speaking on “Common Sense when Considering Blast Mitigation”
12pm – 2pm – Analytics Segment – Nirovision, Briefcam, Bosch, Avigilon, and AnyVision.
2.15pm – 2.45pm – Nicky Finn speaking on “Security Culture and Education”
3pm – 3.30pm – Julian Claxton speaking on “Insider Threat Management”
4pm – 4.30pm – SCEC Chair, ASIO-T4 speaking in the expo hall on “Policy Developments, Products and Testing”.

The SAGE 2019 seminar programme includes an Analytics Segment – a series of technical seminars organised by SEN, allowing end users, integrators and consultants to get across key functionalities of the latest analytics solutions from Nirovision, Briefcam, Bosch, Avigilon and AnyVision.

Pre-register here and don’t miss the latest security technologies in your hometown with no travel expenses and no down time – November 14 between 12-6pm at the Realm Hotel, Canberra!

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