THE MAGAZINE

2008 Seminar and Exhibits Product Showcase

Video Management

Central Management from ClickIt, Inc., of Bethpage, New York, offers true management of video assets. By monitoring the status of video systems, it provides comprehensive centralized data collection and enterprise reporting capabilities to support critical applications such as analytics, access control, and POS and ATM interfaces. Core components include remote systems monitoring, remote systems management, centralized data collection and reporting, and the scalability to support hundreds to thousands of video systems. The system ensures high availability and performance of video systems by managing and reporting on issues before they become problems.


Guard Booth

Manufactured for Louisiana State University by B.I.G. Enterprises of South El Monte, California, the Estate parking control/guard booth was specially designed to complement the architecture of the buildings it protects. Built to strict hurricane codes, the booth features a copper standing-seam roof, gutters, and downspouts. The unit comes factory-prepared for onsite installation of architectural brick and electrical, mechanical, and cabinetry fittings. The booth provides safety and comfort for the guards, with electrical connections, air conditioning and heating, data and communications lines, and cabinets. It can also be customized for specific security needs including bullet- and blast-resistance.

 

 

 


High Volume Shredder

Security Engineered Machinery of Westboro, Massachusetts, has introduced a new shredder that economically and conveniently shreds high volumes of paper. The Model 1201PF shredder has an automatic sheet feeder that accepts stacks of up to 1,000 sheets at a time. A bypass slot allows single sheets to be manually fed without interrupting the automatic feeder. The heavy-duty cutting head reduces paper to crosscut 1/4- by 1/2-inch shreds. The unit accepts paper up to 12 1/4 inches wide and features automatic stop/start/reverse/shutoff and an LCD status panel. An automatic fan press saves time by compacting shreds for fewer bag changes.

 

 


Document Shredder

The Destroyit 4005 shredder from MBM Corporation of North Charleston, South Carolina, features automatic oiler and jam protection. The latest addition to MBM’s line of business shredders, the new device has an Electronic Capacity Control indicator that helps prevent paper jams, and automatic oil injection ensures optimum performance at all times. Industry-leading safety features like the “Easy Switch” multifunction control element and an electronically controlled safety shield make the unit one of the safest shredders in its class. At its core are heavy-duty, hardened-steel cutting shafts covered by a lifetime warranty. A strip-cut and two crosscut models are available. Like all the company’s shredders, they conform to the latest UL standards issued in July 2007.

 

 

 


Background Screening

Chicago-based HR Plus, a division of AlliedBarton Security Services, offers a comprehensive single-source solution to meet the employment and background screening needs of clients in many industries. Core services include integrated applicant tracking solutions, background screening, drug testing, fingerprinting, and identity protection solutions. Experienced verification specialists personally prove and independently manage each investigation. A guaranteed response time of three business days allows clients to hire candidates more quickly. Services are available through a secure and easy-to-navigate Web interface that can be customized to meet clients’ needs and integrated into most human resources workflows. The HR Plus Signature Solution is a paperless legal signature capture technology. Another specialty offering is the Executive Screening Program.


RFID Locks

Atlanta-based Salto Systems, Inc., uses RFID read/write technology to provide most of the features of an online locking system in an off-line system, saving expensive wiring and RF backbone costs. Because the system utilizes the latest in RFID technology, the “key” to a guest room no longer needs to be a flat piece of plastic. Doors can be opened with a watch, a cell phone, a key chain, or other item. Hotels can eliminate the plastic key-card waste by giving guests a reusable key fob made of virtually any material. This feature reduces operating costs while protecting the environment. The company’s i-Locker units can be retrofitted into most existing lockers, offering the same security features that its door units have—an extensive audit trail, integration with point-of-sale and property-management systems, as well as exclusive Salto Virtual Network remote communication and monitoring.

 


Homeland Security

The need to protect people and infrastructure without disrupting the smooth flow of commerce is essential. Intergraph of Huntsville, Alabama, offers proven solutions for transportation security, as well as antiterrorism, force protection, and border security. It provides a scalable, integrated system that fuses complex data from disparate security systems into the company’s widely used law enforcement-based, computer-aided dispatch system for an easy-to-assimilate operating picture. The common operating picture simplifies monitoring, improves detection accuracy, and speeds up responses to all types of security issues and threats. Designed to protect from all hazards, it provides a decision support system that reduces risk and focuses limited resources on confirmed threats. It enables users to secure vulnerable areas, detect and assess threats, and share information for multi-agency collaboration.


Visitor Pass

The new expiring One Day Visitor Pass from Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, changes color after one day to prevent its reuse. The pass requires no assembly. Its unique design has a fold-over tab that activates a portion of the badge upon issue. The pass displays a red “VOID” within a day of activation, rendering the badge unusable. The visitor pass is available in a bound-logbook style that retains the visitor’s information confidentially. It is also available on unbound sheets, in five different border colors, with or without personalization.

 


Color ID Printers

Performance-class card printers from Zebra Technologies of Vernon Hills, Illinois, offer enhanced encoding functionality. They support a wide variety of sophisticated auto-identification, access control and asset tracking applications in tandem with Zebra’s new single- or double-sided UHF cards that enable a read-range up to 30 percent longer than standard cards. The P330i (single-sided) and P430i (double-sided) card printer/encoders feature 4-MB image memory standard, a 16-character LCD display, and an angled, high-capacity card feeder for faster throughput and fewer rejections. Designed for use with Zebra-designed form factors, they are also compatible with cards from other vendors. Options include a magnetic encoder and built-in Ethernet capability.


Radioisotope ID

The HPRID is a hand-held, portable, rugged, and highly accurate radioisotope detector and identifier from Smiths Detection of Pine Branch, New Jersey. It uses Symetrica’s Discovery technology under an exclusive license. Discovery technology features advanced spectrum processing and identification algorithms that transform a highly sensitive sodium-iodide detector into a high-resolution spectrometer capable of identifying challenging isotopes. It can be used in “survey” mode to detect radioactive sources and identify whether the energy signature corresponds to harmless naturally occurring radiation or a more dangerous source. For each source identified, the device provides the identification, confidence level of the identification, and a risk assessment describing the source as innocent, suspicious, or threatening.

 

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