Booth 3120, Circle 427
New from Garrett Metal Detectors of Garland, Texas, the Garrett Super Scanner V hand-held security metal detector includes both audible and vibrating alarm options and extended battery life. The device offers outstanding performance stability and extreme sensitivity in detecting the smallest metallic objects when used properly. Its state-of-the-art digital circuitry allows instant operation with no adjustment required. It detects ferrous, nonferrous, and stainless steel weapons, contraband, and other metallic objects. In its new silent vibrating mode, the detector displays a red LED and a vibrating alarm to indicate the detection of a metal object. Detectors are manufactured in the United States under the supervision of an ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System.
Booth 11051, Circle 428
New pivCLASS government solutions from HID Global of Irvine, California, allow U.S. federal facilities to modify existing physical access control systems to meet any mandated assurance level for personal identity verification (PIV). Supporting PIV, PIV-I, CAC, CIV and TWIC smart cards, pivCLASS performs strong PKI-based validation at the time of registration and at the time of door entry. The pivCLASS family includes pivCLASS readers, pivCLASS Authentication Module (formerly named Corestreet F5), pivCLASS Validation Server, pivMAN, and more.
Booth 11051, Circle 429
EasyLobby Secure Visitor Management (SVM) from EasyLobby, Inc., of Needham, Massachusetts, allows users to identify, badge, and track visitors professionally and securely. The software automates the registration process, accurately capturing detailed visitor information without typing and keeping information confidential. The system integrates with access control systems to provide proximity card access to guests, and employees can preregister visitors via the Internet. The software also has the ability to analyze visitor data and run queries and reports. The Watch List feature helps identify and prohibit unwanted people from entering.
Booth 21061, Circle 430
Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has launched a new version of its unified security platform. Security Center 5.1 combines the company’s IP license plate recognition, video surveillance, and access control systems within a single solution. New features supported in version 5.1 include a health monitoring engine, directory high availability, support of multiple active directory servers for both users and cardholders, a dynamic map editor and viewer, an auxiliary archiver, global cardholder management, and other functionalities. This release of Security Center also brings Genetec’s task-based approach to the configuration client application.
Booth 23133 Circle 431
DynaLock Corporation of Bristol, Connecticut, has designed its 1500 Series Easy Mount Electric Strikes to fit perfectly into a standard ANSI frame prep, without any cutting. The strike body depth (less than one inch) simplifies installation. No dust box modifications are needed. The unit features plug-in wire connections, field-selectable input voltage (12-24 VDC/12-24 VAC), and selectable failsafe and failsecure lock modes. The strikes are endurance rated for 250,000 cycles and compatible with major cylindrical lock brands. An optional Form-C output monitors latch position in Model 1524.
Booth 13107, Circle 432
PremiSys Mobile from IDenticard Systems of Lititz, Pennsylvania, allows access control administrators to monitor activities when they are away from the system’s workstations. They can acknowledge alarms and initiate door commands quickly and simply from any location using a mobile device. They can also look up records and photograph employees for badges using the device. Security officers can check license plates in the field. Users and sessions are authenticated and transmissions are encrypted for security.