New FC-Series thermal cameras from FLIR Commercial Systems, Inc., of Wilsonville, Oregon, offer Wide Dynamic Range Thermal technology for superior image quality. The high-quality images and optimized video streams enable accurate results from analytics, even in the most challenging environments. The cameras also provide simultaneous analog and IP video outputs, so they work with legacy installations and are ready for network upgrades as needed. Qualified beyond industry standard for survivability, FC-Series cameras are backed by a 10-year detector warranty.
Booth 18057, Circle 409
DRS Technologies of Parsippany, New Jersey, offers a round-the-clock thermal solution that outperforms conventional surveillance technologies. Now available with both IP and analog outputs in two resolutions—320x240 and 640x480—WatchMaster IP Elite cameras have Image Contrast Enhancement for additional local-area contrast and edge enhancement. The cameras are ONVIF Profile S conformant and provide superior image quality in challenging environments.
Booth 13132, Circle 410
Wide Dynamic Range Cameras
IQinVision of San Juan Capistrano, California, has introduced a new range of DynamicEye cameras that feature wide dynamic range (WDR) functionality. The cameras can produce clear, crisp images, even in the most challenging lighting conditions, such as flashing headlights, windows and doors opening and closing, and bright light entering a scene. The enhancement is available in the company’s Alliance-pro, Sentinel, and 7-series cameras, and is offered in 720-pixel, 1080-pixel, and 3-megapixel resolutions. The cameras are fully compatible with major video management systems.
Booth 3087, Circle 411
The new 360-degree indoor camera from Panasonic of Secaucus, New Jersey, provides full 360- and 180-degree panoramic fields of view. The WV-SF438 also offers multistream capability, eliminating blind spots and potentially replacing multiple cameras. Its ultra-thin, low-profile design and virtual pan-tilt-zoom operation enable it to be deployed in places where conventional pan-tilt-zoom cameras are not suitable. Key features include high-definition, 1080-pixel resolution at 30 frames per second and H.264 compression technology. Panasonic’s exclusive Mega Super Dynamic technology and in-camera image processing eliminate optical distortion and ensure accurate images. Versatile transmission options are selectable to optimize the camera for any monitoring situation.
Booth 14035, Circle 412
Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has introduced the AXIS M3007-P Network Camera, an affordably priced 5-megapixel, 360-degree indoor fixed mini dome that offers a multitude of viewing options, including dewarped 180-degree panoramic, double panoramic, and quad views. The unit is ideal for surveillance, monitoring traffic flow, and improving management over a wide area. It comes pre-focused and can be mounted on walls or ceilings, and its features include digital pan-tilt-zoom, power over Ethernet, H.264 compression, and a microSDHC card slot. The AXIS M3007-PV features a vandal-resistant housing.
Booth 18047, Circle 413
HD Bullet Cameras
High-definition bullet cameras from Avigilon of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, offer effective illumination with implementation of adaptive infrared technology. The cameras enable users to capture detailed images in complete darkness without a visible light source. The fully motorized lens adapts to changing conditions within a scene so images are never saturated and always sharp. Designed for outdoor environments, the cameras are easy to install and provide discreet surveillance. They are available in 1-, 2-, 3-, and 5-megapixel versions.
Booth 9071, Circle 414
FaceVACS-VideoScan from Cognitec of Dresden, Germany, detects faces in live video streams or video footage and stores anonymous information for each appearance in front of a camera. It can compare faces in video streams to multiple image databases and instantly find known individuals. Security staff can track individuals online or receive alerts on mobile devices. Identification of authorized individuals can prompt access to restricted areas. The technology also employs anonymous face recognition for counting visitors, demographic information, and people movement in time and space. For example, it can send an alarm if too many people gather in a specific area and measure waiting times to direct traffic.
Booth 12128, Circle 415
Interlogix of Bradenton, Florida, has developed the TruVision line to bring digital security monitoring to commercial applications. Easy to install and operate, TruVision cameras, recorders, monitors, and interfaces deliver practical and reliable video surveillance, even in the most challenging environments. Equipped with advanced features, superb optical quality, and flexible form factors, the camera models include pan-tilt-zoom, infrared, fixed, and covert options. Other IP components work seamlessly with Interlogix network switches for a ready-made IP solution. A mobile app allows users to monitor surveillance from anywhere in the world with an iPhone or iPad.
Booth 18017, Circle 416
Samsung Techwin America of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, has introduced a new network video recorder that is compatible with today’s multiple recording formats. The SRN-1000 Network Video Recorder can record up to 64 cameras and 100 megabits per second. The intuitive unit is scalable to meet growing storage needs, accommodating up to eight internal and two external hard disk drives for a total of 48 terabytes of storage.
Booth 11071, Circle 417
Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, offers the ECL-230X, which is built for maximum strength and functions both as panic hardware and as the strongest hardware in its class. Independent pull testing proves the ECL-230X-TDB-DX3 withstands more than 16,000 pounds of pull force. Ideal for back doors requiring both alarmed panic hardware and high-level protection from break-ins, the design places the deadbolt deeper into the frame than other locks in the category. Connecting rods are made of continuous solid metal, rather than the less reliable, hollow-rod/cable construction, and quality components ensure reliable performance.
Booth 9133, Circle 418
The Invisigate Glass Barrier Turnstile from Designed Security, Inc., of Bastrop, Texas, delivers high-speed throughput and security in an attractive installation, allowing up to 45 people per minute to pass through. It features a barrier up to six feet high. A hard-lock option simplifies after-hours operation, and the gate is ADA compliant and meets ANSI/BMHA standards. It is fully compatible with access control systems and requires no additional programming.
Booth 9129, Circle 419
DSX-AES256 software from Dallas-based DSX Access Systems, Inc., contains government-approved AES-256 bit encryption technology that can be implemented systemwide. Communications to each location can be encrypted with a unique encryption key assigned by the customer for communicating with that location’s field controllers. The software encrypts communications to all panels in that location without using add-on devices. Because encryption technology is inherent in the software and controllers, implementation is easy. All 1040 Series and 1022 controllers can be flash-upgraded to the AES-256 bit version.
Booth 19079, Circle 420
Security Door Software
The Tourlock Security Revolving Door from Boon Edam Inc. of Lillington, North Carolina, provides reliable tailgating and piggybacking prevention. A new software tool called BoonConnect will now make everyday use and troubleshooting easier. During normal operation, the software displays instructional icons on an LCD touchscreen. Authorized users can perform configuration and diagnostic tasks. They can automate door operation schedules (card-in/out, free-in/out, locked), set the number of cycles between service calls, and check the status of the motor, variable frequency drive, and security sensors. The software automatically sends notifications when malfunctions occur.
Booth 8035, Circle 421
Government Access Control
Part of the award-winning iCLASS SE platform from HID Global of Irvine, California, the iCLASS Seos credential is a high-frequency solution for increased security, privacy, and portability. It supports emerging technologies such as NFC-enabled smartphones, and allows for support of future technologies. As a secure, standards-based technology to manage and authenticate identities, the credential can be securely embedded on NFC smartphones for physical access control, PC logon, biometrics, and a wide range of additional applications.
Booth 11049, Circle 422
New from Garrett Metal Detectors of Garland, Texas, is the CSI Pro metal detector. The crime-scene detector is designed for recovering ferrous, nonferrous, and stainless steel metallic crime scene evidence such as bullets, shell casings, weapons, and metallic arson evidence. Waterproof up to 10 feet in fresh and saltwater environments, the detector offers multiple features to help identify and separate desired targets from trash targets. It includes headphones, a soft case, and the Garrett CSI Pro-Pointer, which is a hand-held pinpointer for recovering small metallic evidence.
Booth 16125, Circle 423
Honeywell Systems of Louisville, Kentucky, gives surveillance customers the ability to view and manage live or stored video events from any location via the Internet and its MAXPRO Cloud. Users have flexible storage options, such as continuous local HD video storage and event-based cloud backup. An enhanced digital dashboard simplifies the integration of multiple surveillance feeds, and instant e-mail notifications alert the user in case of an event or system problem.
Booth 14023, Circle 424
B.I.G. Enterprises, Inc., of South El Monte, California, designed and manufactured a tough, bullet-resistant guard station for the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi. Working with perimeter security experts, including NASA consultants, Jacob Engineering, and Fauntleroy & Latham Architects, the company designed the structure with a high level of ballistics resistance and extensive electrical infrastructure to support alarm, surveillance, and communication equipment. The station was styled with details reminiscent of rocket fins to suit it to its setting.
EnVision Command Consoles from Minneapolis-based Winsted Corporation are designed to balance form and function for use in control rooms. The consoles are available in single-, double-, and triple-tier configurations. Each tier supports a 7 1/2-inch- or 15-inch-high slat-track section with multiple monitor mounting positions for optimal sightlines and ergonomically correct viewing angles. Each console has a trough for cable management that easily attaches to the slat-track without tools. The Marmoleum work surface is inherently antistatic and antibacterial.
Booth 11107, Circle 426
Aperio wireless lock technology from ASSA ABLOY of Stockholm, Sweden, enables customers to quickly upgrade the security level of their premises. The locks communicate wirelessly (via IEEE 802.15.4) with an Aperio hub for real-time communication to the access control system, simplifying installation and reducing costs. The technology is available in the SARGENT IN100 and PR100 commercial and institutional locks, Adams Rite A100 locks for aluminum and glass storefront doors, Medeco M100 eCylinders, and HES K100 cabinet locks.
Booth 11059, Circle 427
Abloy Oy of Joensuu, Finland, has introduced a range of tough locks that can withstand the most severe weather conditions and environmental extremes. ABLOY Super Weather Proof Padlocks are available in mechanical and electromechanical models. The electronic locks use the company’s CLIQ programmable locking technologies for the added security of electronic access control. The padlock’s cap seals the shackle and protects the keyway and cylinder against dust and water. The caps have an IP 68 rating, assuring a hermetic seal; CLIQ models have an IP 57 rating. All padlocks feature case-hardened boron-steel shackles for exceptional physical strength.
Booth 11059, Circle 428
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The EntryCheck E75K standalone electronic lockset from Security Door Controls of Westlake Village, California, is a battery-powered solution that provides controlled access for basic and multilevel high-security requirements. The lockset can be programmed via its keypad and manages up to 3,000 users and 32 temporary users. PIN codes can include one to six digits. The unit has a heavy-duty cast vandal-resistant metal housing with a keypad and a reader. The lockset series can be retrofitted for existing cylindrical and mortise locks.
Booth 20107, Circle 432
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Traffic Safety Products
All Traffic Solutions of State College, Pennsylvania, designs and manufactures easy-to-use traffic safety products, including radar speed displays, variable message signs, and Web-based management tools. Wireless connectivity and cloud technology are deeply integrated into all products and solutions, so there is no need to go to the physical sign to change a message, download data, or check on battery life. Thus, government and private facilities can increase performance while reducing the resources needed to fulfill traffic management responsibilities.
Booth 11138, Circle 435
Electronic Security Services
Tyco Integrated Security of Boca Raton, Florida, is a leading commercial security integrator serving North America with thousands of qualified technicians. The company integrates access control, video surveillance, intrusion protection, and fire detection to provide powerful, customized security solutions for each client’s specific needs. The company also offers world-class monitoring centers to ensure the security of clients’ businesses.
Booth 21007, Circle 436