- PureTech Systems works with Skyfront to provide automated drone deployment at an alarm location
- Agent Vi launches Deep Learning-powered video analytics software innoVi Enterprise
- HID Global Lumidigm multispectral fingerprint technology earns perfect score in international fake-finger certification tests
- Lenel’s OnGuard’s enhancements focus on unification, mobility, cybersecurity and cloud compatibility
- ASSA ABLOY’s Digital Library offers dynamic search and enhanced functionality features
- UTC Climate agrees to acquire S2 Security for providing enhanced solutions across the world
- Genetec promotes Guy Chenard as Chief Commercial Officer and Michel Chalouhi as the new Vice President, Global Sales
- 360 Vision Technology confirms Mark Rees as Managing Director
- Sony 4K video security cameras monitor logistics centers of Gebrüder Weiss
- Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet cameras and NVRs provides safety for patients at the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
- SMARTair biometric solutions ensure students’ security across campuses in Europe
- Above the Line Security uses StaySafe to ensure safety of employees guarding high-value equipment
Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be introducing its new GARDiS software to the European market at Security Essen 2018 in Germany. Mica Negrilic, International Business Development Manager at TDSi commented, “We are proud and very excited to be appearing at Security Essen 2018, where we will be formally introducing our GARDiS software to the European market. Whilst we usually visit the bi-annual show, this the first time we have had a formal presence at the event for a few years and we are very much looking to engage with our existing and new partners and resellers across Europe and beyond.” Quality integration systems Mica added, “When we visited the last Security Essen in 2016 we were very impressed by the breadth of visitors from across the EU, Middle East, Eastern Europe and beyond. There are big opportunities for the security sector across these regions and TDSi’s portfolio of high quality and high integration systems are perfect for these markets.” Mica and TDSi’s Managing Director John Davies will be available to discuss specific security requirements and projects, as well as the considerable advantages of being a TDSi Channel or Distribution Partner. Potential growth opportunity Mica, who heads up TDSi’s French office at Noisy-le-Grand near Paris, which is central to the company’s appearance at Security Essen 2018, concluded, “This is a particularly exciting time to be working with TDSi – we have impressive growth targets across Europe and this event is the perfect opportunity to meet with us and discuss the potential to grow our business together. If you are attending Security Essen, make sure you visit the TDSi stand to learn more.”
ISONAS Inc., a Pure IP access control system manufacturer and part of the Allegion family of brands, announces that the company will be showcasing its full line of Pure IP access control hardware and software in the Allegion booth (#3715) on Sept. 25–27 during the Global Security Exchange (GSX) exhibition at the Las Vegas Convention Center. GSX, formerly known as the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits, presents a growing focus on an international audience coming together to share ideas, explore options and invest in security solutions. GSX will be the first display of ISONAS as part of the Allegion family after the acquisition in early July. With their prominent technologies in tow, Allegion and ISONAS will provide the industry a view into the power of retaining the four major technologies driving growth in the market. These solutions include wireless locks, Pure IP, open architecture reader-controllers, access control as a service (ACaaS) and mobile credentials. Access control hardware ISONAS hardware integration with software partner Genetec, will be released in the fourth quarter of this year and a sneak peek will be available in the Allegion booth The technologies provide customers the opportunity to protect even more of their facility for less with wired or wireless solutions all controlled from a single, head end software through partners like Open Options or Genetec. The ISONAS hardware integration with software partner Genetec, will be released in the fourth quarter of this year and a sneak peek will be available in the Allegion booth and in the Genetec booth (#2951). This new technology integration allows customers to choose the best-of-breed software and pair it with the next evolution in access control hardware, the RC-04. The ISONAS RC-04 family revolutionises the ease of install, significantly reduces costs and the powerful addition of Bluetooth(R) Low Energy(BLE) makes access control hassle-free by allowing the use of a smart phone as a user's credential. In addition, ISONAS’s leading cloud-based access control software, Pure Access, along with their network-based edge device, the RC-04 reader-controller, will be on display in the Allegion booth (#3715). Revolutionise the industry Over the years, ISONAS has made a strong impact on migrating the access control market to Pure IP hardware powered by the network and continues to revolutionise the industry. “We are excited to be part of Allegion and showcase our line of access control software and hardware at their prestigious booth this year,” said Melissa Stenger, VP of Product Management & Marketing at ISONAS. “We look forward to the launch of our integration with Genetec and sharing this powerful solution with attendees at this year’s GSX show.” ISONAS has been revolutionising access control with one simple solution and is today manufacturer of Pure IP Access Control hardware Since 1999, ISONAS has been revolutionising access control with one simple solution and is today manufacturer of Pure IP Access Control hardware. When paired with their industry-leading cloud hosted software solutions or third-party full-featured access control software, a complete access control platform is formed. Providing product solution An ISONAS system provides an ideal product solution for securing facilities while reducing costs and providing all of the advantages that Pure IP technology brings to the door. ISONAS is based in the global technology hub of Boulder, Colo., and has one goal: to change the global access control market by providing a product solution that is secure, reliable, trusted, and more technologically advanced than anything before. Today, the company is realising that vision with the ISONAS solution installed globally in over 30 countries in a wide variety of vertical markets. ISONAS has been recognised as one of Boulder County’s fastest growing companies as well as by industry partners such as Milestone Systems, year after year for its powerful video and access control integration.
At GSX 2018 in booth #2341, Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, will unveil the new Wisenet TNV-7010RC corner mount camera. Focussed on the unique needs of correctional facilities and detention centres, the IP-based camera features a corner mount design that provides broad room coverage. IR (infrared) is emitted at a higher wavelength than traditional ‘red glowing’ IR emitters, making it invisible to the human eye so as not to disturb inmates at night. The Wisenet TNV-7010RC camera features a 3MP sensor that captures video at up to 30 fps so details are preserved. Wisenet WDR supplies 120 dB of wide dynamic range so detail can be discerned in both brightly lit and shaded areas of a room. Built-in suite of Wisenet video and analytics The TNV-7010RC housing is vandal resistant with an IK10+ rating and also includes shock detection to alert operators if the camera is subject to abuse The TNV-7010RC housing is vandal resistant with an IK10+ rating and also includes shock detection to alert operators if the camera is subject to abuse. Ingress protection is rated at IP66 and IP6K9K. In addition to shock detection, a built-in suite of Wisenet video and analytics is also included featuring Tampering, Loitering, Directional Detection, Defocus Detection, Fog Detection, Virtual Line, Enter/Exit, Appear / Disappear, Audio Detection, Face Detection, Motion Detection, and Sound Classification. “For the TNV-70190RC we choose a 940nm IR emitter that illuminates to 32.8 feet. This wavelength can’t be seen by humans unlike the 850nm emitter utilised by most cameras which results in the traditional red glow,” said Paul Kong, Technical Director, Hanwha Techwin. “We’ve received feedback from the corrections market that this provides a much better atmosphere in cases of 24/7 surveillance.” Additional features particularly applicable for in-cell use include a built-in microphone and audio line out for two-way communication. Multiple privacy-masking zones can also be configured.
Altronix, the provider of power and transmission solutions for the professional security industry, has enhanced its industry leading line of NetWay Midspans with the introduction of two high-powered additions here at GSX 2018 (booth #1950). The NetWay8GP 8-port Midspan provides up to 60W power per port to power PoE/PoE+/Hi-PoE devices (480W total), and the NetWay16G 16-port Midspan up to 30W power per port for PoE/PoE+ devices (480W total). Meeting network systems demands “As IP devices continue to offer more features requiring higher power, our new NetWay Midspans provide the power and intelligence that today’s networked systems demand,” said JR Andrews, National Sales Executive, Altronix Corporation. The NetWay8G and NetWay16G both feature: a 1U rack enclosure; 10/100/1000 Mbps data rates at distances up to 100m; an integral battery charger for applications requiring backup; and embedded Altronix LINQ Technology to monitor, control and report power and diagnostics from anywhere. As with all Altronix products, all NetWay series products are manufactured in the U.S.A., and backed by a lifetime warranty.
Iris ID, a provider of iris recognition technology, announces its iCAM R100 solution now integrates with KeyTracer key management cabinets and AssetTracer Smart Lockers from Real Time Networks. The two management systems – using Iris ID’s biometric identity solution – will be showcased Sept. 25-27 at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Las Vegas. Real Time Networks’ modular key management cabinets and electronic asset lockers employ custom modular designs to protect keys and other valuable assets used by law enforcement, utilities, manufacturing, government, correctional facilities, hospitality, gaming and many other industries. Iris-based solution Users of both systems are authenticated through an intuitive interface that works with personal identification numbers (PINs), access control cards, RFID fobs and biometric identifiers. The iCAM R100 integration provides a secure multi-factor authentication option for both convenience and high security. The R100 uses the iris, the colored part of the eye surrounding the pupil and unique to each person, to quickly and accurately identify people from 15 inches away. The iCAM R100 is non-contact, so it’s not affected by dirt, grease, gloves, facial hair, hats, glasses and other factors that reduce the accuracy of fingerprint and facial recognition systems" Mohammed Murad, vice president global sales and business development, Iris ID, said iris-based recognition solutions avoid many of the problems associated with other biometric systems. “The iCAM R100 is non-contact, so it’s not affected by dirt, grease, gloves, facial hair, hats, glasses and other factors that reduce the accuracy of fingerprint and facial recognition systems,” he said. “We’re very excited to bring our iris-based solution to Real Time Networks.” Custom-solution cabinets Michael French, chief executive officer, Real Time Networks, said both the key cabinets and asset lockers can be easily customized to meet specific user needs. A biometric identifier adds to the systems’ flexibility and security while providing users with complete control of their most valued assets. “Also, the Iris ID system’s ease of use fits well with our custom-solution cabinets and lockers,” French said. Iris ID identification systems also are being used around the world for access control, time and attendance, national ID programs, border crossings, voter registration and other applications. In addition to GSX, the Iris ID-equipped KeyTracer key cabinets and AssetTracer Smart Lockers will be shown at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition, Oct. 6-9 in Orlando, Fla.