After some months in the planning, yesterday, David Horn Communications took over a large part of the historic Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire for all-day presentations and workshops.
Delegates were primarily specialist users of surveillance equipment manufactured by our Danish partners Covidence and WireOnAir who also launched their latest products at this event. Supporting us throughout the day in the workshops were Detica (BAE Systems) – the covert technical surveillance specialists – demonstrating advanced deployment techniques.
Beginning with an early breakfast in the mansion, the whole day was hailed as a success by all. Much was learned about product capability and deployment, and at the close of day most participants were able to take a highly informative and interesting tour of the Bletchley Park heritage site – the home of WWII codebreaking and birthplace of the modern programable computer.
For more information on products from Covidence and WireOnAIr, or courses available from Detica, contact David Horn Communications for a confidential meeting. Please note that products from Covidence and WireOnAir are only available to UK Police, MOD and Governmental Agencies.
Bletchley Park was once Britain’s best kept secret. There is a fascinating history to discover there with lots of interest for everyone, take a quick tour on www.bletchleypark.org.uk and do visit if you are able.