VIVOTEK USA Withdraws from ISC West 2020 Due to Continuing Pandemic Concerns

Company said the decision was made to protect employees from health risks

VIVOTEK, a leading IP surveillance solution provider, has announced that it will not exhibit at 2020 ISC West, which has been re-scheduled for October, due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic concerns.

“At VIVOTEK USA, Inc., the health and safety of all employees is number one priority during this time of national and global crisis,” said David Liu, President of VIVOTEK USA, Inc. “As such, we have decided to cancel our participation at the 2020 ISC West show. We look forward to meeting with our industry partners, friends, and customers face-to-face at such events when these health concerns have been alleviated.”

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