American Dynamics NEW victor Unified Video Management Solution & new Digital Video Recorders
Victor is a unified interface which manages and controls Intellex DVRs, VideoEdge NVRs

Tyco Security Products will unveil at IFSEC a host of innovative and fully integrated access control, intrusion & video products. Latest innovations include:

American Dynamics NEW victor Unified Video Management Solution & new Digital Video Recorders

Victor is a unified interface that lets you manage and control your Intellex DVR's, VideoEdge NVR's and associated IP and analogue cameras. End users are able to maximise their existing investments in analogue technology while adding NVRs and IP cameras over time. It's unmatched flexibility lets you create customisable layouts that exactly match the tasks, an operator performs each day. It is a platform for the future - unifying other security and business applications.

Also, on display, will be the latest Intellex which features up to 400ips on all models, has improved image quality and support for widescreen monitor display. Also demonstrated, will be the Hybrid Digital Video recorder (HDVR) which provides seamless integration with recording of analogue and IP (Megapixel) cameras along with C•CURE integration. At IFSEC visitors can see the ADTVR embedded digital video system utilises H.264 video compression to ensure superior recording and compression.

American Dynamics Illustra IP Cameras

The American Dynamics Illustra range of IP cameras has one of the most powerful sensor-processor combinations available on the market. The 896 x 720 resolution sets them apart as a versatile camera series bridging ‘standard resolution' with 650k pixels for very high resolution. This powerful resolution and H.264 compression creates a blend of image quality and bandwidth-friendly performance.

CEM Systems new ‘AC2000 Web' applications, sPass DESFire smart card reader & encrypted two-door controller

CEM will unveil for the first time the new ‘AC2000 Web' applications including the ‘Web Visitor' application which allows visitor requests to be scheduled and managed via the web. CEM will also exhibit the new highly secure, yet cost-effective sPass DESFire smart card reader and DCM 350 two-door controller. Featuring powerful 3DES (Triple DES) encryption, sPass reader connects to the DCM 350 controller, which utilises highly encrypted RS485 communications to the sPass reader. This effectively eliminates the threat and vulnerabilities of controller signal cloning and card cloning.

 CEM Systems new ‘AC2000 Web’ applications, sPass DESFire smart card reader & encrypted two-door controller
CEM will unveil for the first time the new ‘AC2000 Web' applications including the ‘Web Visitor' application

CEM's industry leading Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) access control solution will be on display along with CEM's range of intelligent readers and biometric solutions including the S610f fingerprint reader and the innovative S3020f hand-held portable fingerprint reader. At IFSEC the core AC2000 security management system will be integrated with American Dynamics video and DSC intrusion products, showing its seamless integration capabilities.

Software House C•CURE 9000 Enterprise Access Control

The latest C•CURE 9000 access control is a multi-server distributed database security management architecture that provides local operation and reliability combined with global management and efficiency. It is perfect for any customer that has multiple locations around the world and that wants to consolidate and maximise the efficiency of their security operations. Integration with American Dynamics HDVR and Intellex, plus Galaxy & DSC intrusion products makes it an even more powerful tool.

Kantech EntraPass latest version with Galaxy integration

This latest version of Kantech EntraPass introduces many new features such as a new graphical user interface and integration with the key Tyco intrusion brands of Galaxy and Bentel. The Kantech offering is strengthened by integration with the American Dynamics HDVR, new EntraPass WebStation features and Video Integration for the Entrapass Special Edition.

Bentel Security new ABSOLUTA intrusion control panel

Bentel Security will be showcasing its top range of intrusion and fire alarm control equipment, keypads, GSM & IP communications and accessories. Bentel will unveil its latest projects starting with the new ABSOLUTA intrusion control panel. ABSOLUTA covers from 32 to 100 zones and is suitable for all kind of applications; it has 4 onboard programmable I/O connectors for greater installation flexibility, the vocal option on board for easier interaction and is easy to program with the USB port .The new GSM BTEL-GT dialler has an on board vocal menu for programming and the Eclipse 2 proximity key readers range is compatible with all Bentel control panels.

ALEXOR communicates wirelessly to DSC wireless peripherals – both 2-Way and all other DSC 433MHz wireless devices 
 ALEXOR, an EN approved wireless control panel with integrated voice dialer

DSC ALEXOR wireless control panel

DSC, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of exceptional intrusion products, is presenting an unbeatable suite of products. ALEXOR, a wireless control panel, with integrated voice dialer, is now EN approved. ALEXOR communicates wirelessly to DSC wireless peripherals - both 2-Way and all other DSC 433MHz wireless devices. With an integrated voice dialer, ALEXOR is designed for flexible, secure installation locations within the home; as long as there is access to AC power. ALEXOR offers all the reliability of traditional wired/hybrid control panels but with all the convenience that wireless delivers. Other products and solutions also being presented at the show include the latest GSM and IP Wireless Alarm Communicators, DSC's Standard and Expanded Residential Security Solutions and the DSC Small Business Security Solutions.

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