The first feature of its kind to combine technologies in a simulated urban environment to protect people and buildings
PROTECTING URBAN SPACES DEMONSTRATOR
What is the Protecting Urban Spaces Demonstrator?
Working in conjunction with CPNI.
This exciting new, 300 square metre feature will take centre stage at the show focusing on large scale threats and the protection of people & buildings in public places.
The area will represent a park/town centre and will provide an open space for live demonstrations allowing visitors to step into the demonstrator and experience a variety of security technology at first hand in real life context. Through both physical products and technologies we will demonstrate how these areas can be protected through scenarios and live demonstrations. Each scenario within the urban spaces feature will have a realistic backdrop with screens showing authentic filmed content, and products set out to allow companies to demonstrate physical and technological solutions which can help protect them.
Leading consultants BuroHappold Engineering and global architects Farrells join Fenley Martel in the creation and development of the feature. The feature will act as the home for scenarios for live demonstrations to be played out, giving a real understanding of the technologies that are available all of the time and in response to an incident, in as realistic an environment as can be built in an exhibition. Each scenario within the urban spaces feature will have a realistic backdrop with screens showing authentic filmed content, and products set out to allow companies to demonstrate physical and technological solutions which can help protect them.
Alongside will be a Command & Control Room, supplied by Winsted & Mitsubishi, where the feeds from the demonstrator ie CCTV and Surveillance, Biometrics and also a featured Crisis Management platform will display on a live video wall. The exhibition hall walkways will also be used as ‘footpaths’ to blend the feature into the surrounding footfall areas of the show.
Key Supporting Partners
Leading Architects & Security Engineers
We are working alongside industry leading architects Farrells, Neil Bennet who has mastered the design of this project. We are also working with from Roger Cumming at Fenley Martel and security engineer Andrew Sieradzki, BuroHappold Engineering as the projects' technical lead ensuring the demonstrator will be fully integrated and reflects best practice.
Integrated Control Room Providers
Alongside will be a Command & Control Room, supplied by Winsted & Mitsubishi, where the feeds from the feature which will come from CCTV, Biometrics and also feature a crisis management platform which will display on a live video wall. Winsted are providing an integrated leading control room designed specifically to meet the rigorous demands of a 24/7 environment alongside Mitsubishi’s display system making a highly efficient realistic control room set-up enabling visitors to be able to see how the technologies will work in a real-life situation.