Thinking Space Celebrate 15 Year Anniversary at IFSEC 2018

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Thinking Space will be once again exhibiting at IFSEC this year, but it will be a very special occasion, as Thinking Space celebrate their 15 year anniversary too. And in an uncanny twist of fortune, Thinking Space will this year be found at their usual spot, but with a stand number change to stand E15.

It was 15 years ago this month that Managing Director, Wayne Palmer, started the business from his parents house, building consoles made from aluminium. 15 years on and Thinking Space now employ over 30 staff, with three international offices, global agents and  their control room furniture being exported worldwide.

So, what is in store at this years’ event?

Thinking Space will be demonstrating their latest technical solutions for security control rooms with a brand new console example. In addition, an array of lighting, power and media connection options will also be on display to “pimp up your workstation”. An example of a height adjustable console will also be available to try out for yourself. The height adjustment can be controlled using desk controls or an app, with preset heights  and timings for healthy sit/stand working practices.

Thinking Space will also be demonstrating their latest case studies and examples of control room upgrades carried out in CCTV control rooms, security suites, alarm receiving centres and command and control centres.

And anniversary celebrations would not be complete without the Thinking Space specialist sales team. All our team have been attending IFSEC for over 10 years now, and one even attended when he was 16! Our sales team will be on hand to offer advice on your next control room project and explain the many innovative features of a  Thinking Space console, both currently and future developments.

So join Thinking Space at stand E15 as they celebrate their 15 year anniversary at IFSEC 2018 from the 19th – 21st June 2018.

Register for the event here.

 

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