IP-in-Action LIVE are a day-long program of education, technology exhibitions, and networking from the leading companies and individuals.
Since our inception in 2003 (ten years ago) we have organised 90 Security Technology events in 14 countries Worldwide presenting IP based security technology to approaching 8,000 individuals at road-show events and some 20,000 at major national events (IIPSEC UK).
IP-in-Action LIVE USA 2014 New Format
The 2014 IP-in-Action LIVE events will be taking on a new look as we strive to add value for both Exhibitors, Speakers and Delegates alike.
The New look events will now include the Popular (in UK/EU) Networking Dinner the evening prior to the event, PLUS the Quiz the Guru Panel Discussion immediately after lunch - Take a closer look below.
The IP UserGroup USA hosted IP-in-Action LIVE USA provides a huge opportunity to engage with the very latest Security and Safety Technology.! The FREE to attend, day long event also features the popular Partners on the Network
Locations and Dates for 2014
IP-in-Action Networking Dinner
Join us the night before (now available in USA)
An opportunity to join the IP UserGroup International team, other members and guests for a social networking evening on the night before the event.
Usually held at the event hotel or nearby, this informal evening offers drinks in the bar and a meal in the restaurant (self-funded). A great opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new ones in a relaxed atmosphere.
Please indicate on your registration form if you are interested to join us.
Quiz the Guru Session, a chance to ask the expert...
Chaired by Paul Hennings and featured a panel of speakers and exhibitors. This is your opportunity to "ask the experts" about any issue relating to Security Technology, the trends in the Industry, personal hints and tips and to engage with other delegates with the intension of sharing knowledge and experience. Delegates can submit questions in advance during the registration process or simply ask away on the day - this session was recorded for publication.
In the recent UK event, the questions from the floor and members of the panel were many and varied, including topics such as:
Importance of Standards,
Network Infrastructure Issues,
Educating End Users, consultants and Installers,
Engaging with IT and Learning from the past.
Panelists included: Tony Elvidge - Comtrol, Andrew Denton - Meyertech, Nigel Aitkins - NSI, Phil Hutton - Tyco Security Products, Tarik Khamliche - Aver Information and Carlos Barradas - D-Link.
Contact us regarding Exhibiting and Speaking Opportunities