Cortech Developments Events and Conferences
Welcome to the Cortech Developments Events page. This year there will be opportunities to see Cortech Developments at many different events across the UK. At each of our events you will have the opportunity to discuss your software integrations needs with our team as well as see the latest developments in our core product, Datalog.
Here you can also find dates and details of any of our Cortech Open Innovation events (COIE), aimed for end users and consultants and are a showcase for some of the latest advances in security, fire and building control technology and a platform for demonstrating how interoperability between these systems can reduce costs and risk, improve operational efficiency and provide greater situation awareness. Each of our COIE’s will focus on how smarter interoperability can mitigate the risks associated with workplace safety, high security and building efficiency. The event and demonstration will challenge the audience to reconsider how they utilise their existing systems and new technology to deliver greater benefits and value for their organisation.
Global MSC Security 2018 Conference and Exhibition
Cortech Developments are sponsoring the Global MSC Security 2018 Conference and Exhibition on Tuesday 13th November at the Bristol Hotel, Bristol.
GDPR, Surveillance and Security
This year’s event looks at the impact of GDPR and its effect on the security industry – how we can benefit from the challenges it brings and how people in the sector have grasped these as opportunities.
Security in Education Conference: Improving student safety and wellbeing
Cortech Developments are sponsoring the Security in Education Conference: Improving student safety and wellbeing on Tuesday 13th November at Adelphi House, Salford.
Attendees can expect to learn about the current state of security in the higher education sector. Understand changes than can be made to university security to improve the student experience. Learn how the latest technology transforming our approach to security. As well as seeing how a wider approach to student safety, which takes into account the whole student experience, could be the answer to today’s challenges.