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TDSi provides free online expert advice and training seminars

24 June 2020

TDSi HAS confirmed the continuation of its popular programme of ‘Table Talks’ sessions aimed at partners and end users. The integrated security solutions manufacturer began hosting these regular sessions during the lockdown phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in a bid to deliver technical content to interested parties.

The free-to-attend ‘Table Talks’ online discussion and training sessions involve key technical and commercial team members. Each session features TDSi’s security experts (more of whom anon). They can answer questions from attendees and discuss integrated security systems, installation and specification issues, etc.

TDSi’s managing director John Davies (pictured, who chairs the ‘Table Talks’ sessions) commented: “The COVID-19 restrictions have made it harder than normal for us to speak directly to our installation partners and customers so we wanted to find a way In which to address this. That’s essentially how ‘Table Talks’ was born.”

Davies added: “The sessions are designed to fit the needs of our audience and we welcome questions posed both beforehand and during the sessions so that we can ensure the content is tailored directly to the needs of participants rather than us jumping on a soapbox and regaling the audience with ‘all things TDSi’. Our chosen panel of experts are on hand to offer advice on system architecture and design, to talk about the latest technology or to answer questions on specific projects and installations.”

‘Table Talks’ is presented once each month, with Davies accompanied by various members of TDSi’s team, typically including Tina Baker (head of development), product engineer Russell Marande, Alex Rumsey (sales director) and international business manager Mica Negrilic.

In conclusion, Davies informed Security Matters: “The COVID-19 restrictions have seen big changes for everyone in security, with greater demand for non-contact touchless systems including proximity readers and biometrics. The team and I will be on hand to answer any questions on the benefits and suitability of today’s systems and the integration potential they offer.”

*The next TDSi ‘Table Talks’ session is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 8 July. To join the next session visit https://www.tdsi.co.uk/TDSi_Discussions.html and register with a question