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Portable Receiver

- The new Briefcase Receiver from Inte­grated Microwave Technolo­gies, LLC, of Mount Olive, New Jer­sey, is a diversity receiver and monitor integrated into a ruggedized IP66-rated briefcase. It offers exceptional RF performance, ease of operation, and reliable H.264 high-profile and MPEG-2 decoding. It also contains an AES decryption cir­cuit and can receive either HD or SD video transmissions and display them on a built-in LCD monitor. The receiver can also stream the video to remote computers using UDP/RTP or RTSP protocols via its Ethernet LAN interface. A high-resolution LCD screen for viewing the video and a smaller display for receiver control feature brightness controls, and the user interface offers standard icons and buttons for controlling receiver and telemetry parameters. The unit includes 500 gigabytes of storage and battery packs that last at least three hours.

Video Analytics

- Avigilon Corporation of Vancouver, Canada, has added the Rialto video analytics appliance family to its product portfolio. The appliances provide real- time event detection and verification, enabling users to proactively identify unusual activity in a monitored scene and take immediate action. The technology, when combined with high-definition video imaging, provides superior perimeter surveillance. The products offer “Teach by Example” functionality, enabling users to give feedback about the accuracy of various alarm events as they are generated. Rialto products learn from the feedback and increase future accuracy, resulting in lower false alarm rates. Other features include true object classification, audio talk-down capabilities, instant notification, ease of installation, and an open platform.

Intrusion Protection

- DSC 0f Concord, Ontario, Canada, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has intro- duced PowerSeries Neo, a new scalable line of products that combines the flexibility of a mod-ular, hardwired system with a wide range of compatible wireless devices. This platform leverages the capabilities of the PowerG wireless intrusion technology. With solutions for a full spectrum of installations, the PowerSeries Neo system is fully customizable. At the core of the system are four control panels, ranging in capacity from 16 to 128 zones and two to eight partitions. The system offers a full range of optional cellular and/or IP communication methods and employs alarm verification solutions to reduce false alarms.

Security Software

- Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has upgraded its Security Center (5.2 SR4) to provide integration with more than 80 new video devices from 13 technology partners, including many new models from Arecont, Axis Communications, Samsung, Sony, and Vivotek. The release follows the launch of new Security Center plugins for partner solutions, including Software House C•CURE 9000 access control, Barco CMS video wall, Southwest MicroPoint perimeter detection devices, and DSC PowerSeries intrusion panels. This service release provides access to new software updates and feature options, with support for many of the latest edge devices on the market.


- Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has introduced a new license plate recognition (LPR) solution that is suitable for municipal and university parking authorities, as well as police departments with LPR-enabled vehicles. AutoVu Managed Services simplifies the deployment and maintenance of mobile LPR systems. Configured to meet the unique requirements of each customer, AutoVu Managed Services eliminates the need to commission and maintain servers or other IT infrastructure and can be deployed and updated without special IT knowledge. Hosted on the Microsoft Windows Azure cloud-computing platform, the solution automates license plate reading, making it easier for users to locate vehicles of interest and enforce parking restrictions.


- The OnVu360 Management Platform from Oncam Technologies of Lowell, Massachusetts, uses an innovative, cloud-based architecture that is simple to install and configure, yet extremely adaptable. The power of the platform emanates from a small, preconfigured hardware gateway (or software on a local box, such as a set-top box or console) and its connectivity to backend services. The platform enables video recording and playback, analytics processing, user- and device-management, notifications, Web services for customized application development, and the dynamic addition of new services, including those created by third-party suppliers using the application programming interface. The system is designed for plug-and-play functionality.

Video Management

- IPVideo Corporation of Bay Shore, New York, has released a new version of its SENTRY VMS Video Management Solution and SENTRY VMS Mobile application.

Multi-Path Streaming

- The PESA Xstream multipath IP streaming appliance from PESA of Huntsville, Alabama, simultaneously encodes up to five independent video sources and eight audio sources.


- Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, has extended its decoder family with two new solutions for streaming video from IP cameras in HD to large flat-screen monitors or monitor walls.

Ethernet Switch

- ComNet Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, has introduced a six-port, self-managed Ethernet switch, the CNGE2FE4SMS.


- New software from Hiperwall of Irvine, California, delivers more comprehensive KVM capabilities for managing the control system and multiple data feeds on the company’s next-generation video wall.


- The latest integration module from Indi­goVision of Edison, New Jersey, enables IndigoVision’s IP video security solution to work seamlessly with the perimeter protection and detection systems from Geoquip Worldwide of Little Eaton, United Kingdom.

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