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Hassle Free Automatic Autumn Clock Change

On Sunday 29th October the clocks make their seasonal change of going back an hour, therefore 3am will return to 2am. This marks the end of British Summer Time and the period where we have been afforded an extra hour to make the most of the increased summer daylight hours in the northern hemisphere.

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Bodet To Exhibit on Stand r110 of Robotics and Automation Event 2023

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Bodet is pleased to be an exhibitor at this year's Robotics and Automation event to be held on the 28th and 29th of March at the NEC, Birmingham.

Robotics and Automation is a leading event held in the UK dedicated to helping end users discover and source cutting-edge products and new technologies to help improve productivity and efficiency and reduce costs in their systems and procedures.

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Bodet to Showcase its Harmonys Lockdown, Synchronised Clock, Bell & PA System at Bett 2023

Bodet is pleased to announce they will be appearing at Bett 2023, scheduled to be held at ExCeL London between the 29th to 31st of March 2023. Bett is the largest Educational Technology exhibition in the world. It allows innovative product developers, such as Bodet, the opportunity to showcase cutting-edge technological solutions that will help improve outcomes for educators and students.

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Bodet Automatic Autumn Clock Change Solution

Daylight savings mean we lose an hour in March but gain it back in October – as regular as clockwork! Most people think we change the clocks twice per year because daylight savings help farmers have more daylight for safer working. However, the actual reason we keep changing with time was due to an influential builder and the outbreak of the First World War.

British Summer Time was first proposed in 1907 by a builder called William Willett. William was a keen horse rider, and after riding his horse one morning in Petts Wood, the idea for daylight savings first came to him.

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Cybersecurity News: Number of Cyberattacks Remains High

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UK government figures show that businesses are still subject to frequent online attacks, with the resulting breaches costing an average of £4,200

Despite the impact of the pandemic starting to lessen, the initial spike in cyberattacks following the 2020 lockdown remains an issue for organisations across the UK. This is highlighed in the latest figures published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.

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Lockdown for Schools at the ISBA Annual Conference 2022


Bodet will be at the ISBA Conference at ICC Birmingham in May demonstrating how to increase safety, communication and learning time in schools

The ISBA (Independent Schools’ Bursars Association) Annual Conference is taking place on 17th and 18th May at the ICC Birmingham. It offers over 500 delegates involved in the administrative and financial management of schools the chance to connect, learn and see the latest solutions available through a full programme of speakers, networking events and a supplier exhibition.

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Essex Primary School Installs Multi-Sensory Lockdown Alert System – Bodet Press Release

Noak Bridge Primary School uses Bodet’s IP/PoE Harmonys System to increase safety and communication

Bodet are glad to welcome Noak Bridge Primary School in Basildon as a new customer, using our Harmonys Lockdown Alert System. The school selected our Harmonys Trio sounders with audio broadcast, LED display and visual indicator ensure that all children, including those with assisted hearing, will be alerted in the event of an emergency.

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