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DISPLAY MANAGEMENT

- Christie of Cypress, California, has introduced the Christie TVC-700 display wall processor, a powerful manager of the most complex information sources.

MICROWAVE VIDEO

- Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC, of Mt. Olive, New Jersey, offers a selection of micro­wave video equipment designed for law enforcement, public security monitoring, and homeland security applications.

VIDEO CONTROLLER

- CH Products has launched the VM Desktop, a new three-axis joystick controller with jog/shuttle dial, 27 user-defined buttons, and a USB 1.1 interface.

Access Management

- Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, has created the CyberLock Flex System, a new family of access modules—including smart padlocks, electronic locks and keys, weatherized key vaults, readers, and a hardwired door control system—that work under one access management structure.

Switches

- N-TRON Corporation of Mobile, Alabama, has introduced two unmanaged switches to its 100 Series product line. The five-port 105TX-SL and the 16-port 116TX models feature hardened industrial technology in a slim format.

26-port Switch

- N-TRON Corporation of Mobile, Alabama, has added a new multiport model to its fully-managed 7000 Series. The new 7026TX offers a powerful combination of 24 10/100BaseTX copper interfaces and two gigabit expansion ports in a 1U rackmount enclosure. The model is designed with the company’s N-Ring ring technology, featuring N-Link redundancy and N-View OPC server.

Facial Recognition

- C-True of Rehovot, Israel, and OLAM Development Group of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, have signed a distribution agreement to market C-True’s identity verification products in the United States.

D3 Security Management Systems Inc.

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iView Systems

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iView Systems

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Outdoor Surveillance

- OnSSI of Pearl River, New York, announced the integration of its Ocularis video management platform with the intelligent video surveillance cameras from SightLogix of Princeton, New Jersey, for perimeter security applications.

Checkpoint Tracking

- The iBR9000 is a new iButton reader designed and manufactured by Videx of Corvallis, Oregon. Made in the United States, the small, lightweight reader can be used in any application that requires tracking of who visited a checkpoint and when.
 




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