Innovative control centre solutions at DSA 2016

  • GESAB will take part at DSA 2016, one of the leading events in the security industry in Asia.
  • Attendees will be able to discover GESAB’s projects via virtual reality thanks to its GIE VR (Gesab Immersive Experience) Project.

 

GESAB will take part at the next DSA (Defence Security Asia) event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. From 18th to 21st April. GESAB, an international expert in control room design and execution, will show the latest control centre solutions and technical furniture.

GESAB’s presence at DSA 2016, one of the most important events in the security industry in Asia, reinforces our presence in Southeast Asia. Visitors to its stand will be able to see the height-adjustable Sit & Stand version of the Advantis NG model console for two operators. A design in which the balance between ergonomics and connectivity can be found for 24/7 environments. The ACTEA console will also be present at the fair, bringing design and quality thanks to its adaptable central column for managing cables and a console where the most advanced functionality and technology unite.

Visitors will also be able to discover GESAB’s know-how via virtual reality thanks to the GIE VR Gesab Immersive Experience system. A new way of showing projects, immersing oneself in the first person in a control room and learning first-hand about GESAB’s work. You will be able to experience the future.

Among the control centre solutions that GESAB will present in Kuala Lumpur are solutions for delivering turnkey projects. GESAB’s team of engineers develops final designs that encompass interior design, optimal layout and ergonomic and luminic study, among others.
 
DSA 2016 represents a unique opportunity to inform the Asian market of the most innovative control centre solutions. Moreover, GESAB will revolutionise the event by making it possible to immerse oneself in its projects via virtual reality. This is undoubtedly an important date on the annual calendar of international fairs for control centres and the security industry.