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GigaCom – www.gigacom.se
GigaCom will launch their 38999 EBOSA a cost effective expanded beam termini, which will expand the use of fibre optics in harsh environments.

Cochrane Steel Products – www.cochranesteel.com
Cochrane Steel Products will be unveiling their new security buoy. Constructed out of multiple floating buoys coupled together, the buoys are linked to form a barrier of any length. Buoys are supplied with a smooth surface or an array of spike to suit the threat.


ProTel Solutions – www.protelsolutions.co.uk
One of the products being exhibited is the X.21 iConverter from Omnitron Systems. The X.21 iConverter transmits serial data over fibre optic cabling extending network links up to 120 kilometres.

Synectics Surveillance Technology – www.synx.com

Launching the Insight 360 Mission Recorder, a new breed of intelligent video recorder, delivering the latest recording technology and post event analysis for armoured fighting vehicles and other high security vehicle applications.

Bates – www.batesfootwear.com

Exhibiting Bates Individual Comfort System which gives the wearer the freedom to customize the comfort of their footwear. By using the new "dial" technology, each individual can choose the comfort zone that's right for them.

Minco – www.minco.com

Minco, a designer and manufacturer of critical components for critical applications, has a new, free industry guide that gives design engineers ideas on how to save weight and space when they incorporate proven heater, flex circuit and temperature sensor designs from Minco into their critical components.

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