Taking place at Fairmont's Zimbali Hotel in KwaZulu-Natal from 4 to 7 September, the CAMPROSA (Campus Protection Society of Southern Africa) conference is the premier industry event for campus security in the educational facility sector. Powell Tronics will once again have a strong presence at the conference as both an event sponsor and an exhibitor.
Addressing issues such as forensics and emergency response, together with panel discussions and a review of lessons learned from the recent unrest experienced in the ‘Fees must fall' campaign, the CAMPROSA conference is a valuable source of information for risk and security specialists tasked with campus protection.
According to John Powell, CEO of Powell Tronics, the company has experienced increased interest in its product range from the campus protection sector, with a number of its hardware and software solutions installed in a number of campuses countrywide. Furthermore the company has been fortunate to have developed strong relationships with premier dealers and contractors that are focused on providing solutions and service to this industry.[Full Story.]
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