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From 25 - 27 July 2018, WAMA and its distributor, NAS Australia, successfully showcased the latest video surveillance technologies at the Security and Conference 2018. Organized by the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) and Diversified Communications Australia, the exhibition is the largest and most established annual event for the security industry in Australia.

During the 3-day event, thousands of security professionals from different regions of Australia attended the exhibition at Melbourne Exhibition Centre. At the WAMA booth, a range of latest CCTV products and technologies were displayed, including the 12MP H.265 fisheye camera4K H.265 intelligent IP cameras, 4K NVRsas well as artificial intelligence technologies. Demonstrations of WAMA solutions being seamlessly integrated with the RISCO alarm systems were also performed. The booth attracted the attention of many security integrators and installers, and they were mostly impressed with the technologies and business values that WAMA presented.

The recent ASIAL exhibition was very successful for us. Not only did we get to launch our new WAMA brand to the premier security audience in Australia, but also to demonstrate how easily we can integrate WAMA and RISCO to add value to both systems. Visitors were very impressed.” said Mr. David Dargie, Product Director of NAS Australia.

WAMA, a CCTV technology company incorporated in Hong Kong, offers a comprehensive range of video surveillance solutions that cater to the needs of the mass market. WAMA is a fast-growing brand and its global distribution network is expanding rapidly across the globe. Its Australian distributor, NAS Australia, is a family owned and operated wholesaler of cutting edge TV reception, custom installation and security products. Established in 1982, the company prides itself on its ability to deliver the right products at the right price, backed by exceptional pre- and post-sale services. With branch offices located in Queensland and New South Wales, NAS Australia aims to bring WAMA solutions into the market of Victoria and ultimately to all parts of mainland Australia and the South Pacific region.