Having already presented itself to the European and South African markets, the Panic Room Company enjoyed its first foray into Latin America this month at the EXPOSEC International Security Fair in Sao Paolo, Brazil – the world’s fifth largest security show. Teaming up with Sao Paolo-based security solutions experts, Grasp, the Panic Room Company was demonstrated to a wide [...]
After a chance meeting at the annual ADS Security & Policing dinner, the Panic Room Company has secured a working collaboration with CCD, a specialist London-based design consultancy that puts the science of ergonomics and human factors into the heart of complex buildings – the Panic Room being the perfect complex candidate. Steve Brook, Business Development Director [...]
“Exceptionally well received” is how Steve Brook, Business Development Director for the Panic Room Company, described the product’s recent outing at the Counter Terror Expo in London Olympia. Taking place on 25 and 26 April, the Panic Room was admired and considered by over 8,500 attendees from Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Central and [...]
The Panic Room Company are pleased to support our Distributor in Spain (SIMEC) at the SICUR show on stand 10C18 between 28th February 2012 and 2nd March 2012. We look forward to meeting our customers from Iberia and also international markets such as South America.
The Panic Room achieved EN1522/3 certification to BR7, which protects against 7.62 x 51 Rifle at 820 m/s FJ(2)/PB/HC1 NATO Armour piercing rounds. This is far exceeds the threat of AK47 weapon attack and also is equivalent to STANAG 3(a).
The Panic Room was exhibited again at the DSEi show where there was a higher level of interest from the military field as well as security companies. The Panic Room was identified as an ideal solution for maritime protection against the threat of a piracy attack as no welding equipment is needed for installation so [...]
Following the successful launch in the UK the Panic Room was exhibited in South Africa. This market needs a higher level of ballistic protection compared with the UK as the threat of AK47 attack is more commonplace. The target audiences were government, United Nations, and high net worth individuals. The room was identified as an [...]
The Launch of the Panic Room Company at IFSEC Birmingham created a lot of interest for this new concept in personal protection. Target audiences were the security, police and government sectors to protect high net worth individuals, VIPs, and those working in high risk areas. There was considerable interest from international markets such as South [...]