ISC West Product Showcase

Access Control Software

Booth 8101, Circle 421

New 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 the use of add-on devices. Implementation is easy because the encryption technology is inherent to the software and field controllers. All 1040 Series and 1022 controllers can be flash-upgraded to the AES-256 bit version.


Wireless Locks

Booth 3107, Circle 422

Kaba Access Control of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has introduced the E-Plex Enterprise Access Control System, which offers the benefits of an online system with the flexibility and economy of standalone locks. The system provides real-time functionality of events and alarms, centralized access control management, management of both wireless and standalone locks, emergency locking and unlocking, and support for multiple credentials. Virtually any access point can be included, because there is no need to drill through walls or other structures.

Camera Enclosures

Booth 24023, Circle 423

The new Fusion Camera Housings from Moog Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, are engineered to keep IP cameras cool using Thermiq technology. Today’s cameras produce heat when they operate, and trapped heat reduces the camera’s life span and impedes performance. The Thermiq technology transfers internal heat through optimized exchangers and high-speed blowers.


Security Integration

Booth 14023, Circle 424

Honeywell Security Group of Louisville, Kentucky, has introduced the Pro-Watch Integration Kit, powered by the Niagara Framework. The unique toolkit allows security integrators to develop customized applications with Pro-Watch, helping customers control energy costs and increase efficiencies by integrating many different building systems. Security staff can manage multiple systems from a single interface for higher productivity. The open architecture allows customers to leverage investments in existing technologies to create flexible solutions, combining access control, video surveillance, logical security, asset management, smart building controls, and more.

Risk Management

Circle 425

RISK360, from G4S Secure Solutions (USA) of Jupiter, Florida, is powerful tool that helps companies understand which incidents pose the biggest risk to resources and budgets. Risk360 enables users to capture incident information, send notification of critical events, maintain the case management process, analyze emerging trends, optimize outcomes, and measure improvements. The easy-to-use system is customizable with no software to buy, install, or maintain. It requires minimal training and supports smartphones and tablets.

Thermal Cameras

Booth 18031, Circle 426

The new A310f from FLIR Commercial Systems, Inc., of Wilsonville, Oregon, combines perimeter video security with precise temperature measurement of everything within the camera’s field of view. This dual-role camera lets operators remotely monitor the condition of components within a substation with the same camera they use to provide perimeter video security. Using a full suite of thermal analytics, the unit provides multiple layers of protection from revenue loss due to unplanned shutdowns: thermal security to thwart copper theft and vandalism, and thermal condition monitoring for predictive maintenance.



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