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June 19, 2018

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Inner Range to host competition to find fastest programmer at IFSEC 2018

Inner Range is throwing down the gauntlet to the security industry’s smartest minds and most nimble fingers to see who can programme its web-based integrated access  control system Inception the fastest at IFSEC International 2018.

Inner Range will be demonstrating how to set up and install its powerful and budget-friendly Inception system as part of IFSEC’s Show Me How series and the team has decided to add an element of competition by challenging programmers to see how quickly they can then follow the instructions.

The fastest programmer on each day of the conference will win an Amazon Echo. The smart speaker worth nearly £90 connects to Alexa, a cloud-based voice service, to play music, make calls, set alarms, ask questions, check your calendar, weather, traffic and sports scores, manage shopping lists and control other smart home devices.

If you think you’re the fastest programmer at IFSEC, visit Inner Range at stand F410 to sign up for the challenge.

IFSEC International takes place between 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. Register for free now.


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