Access Control Software
New DSX-AES256 software from Dallas-based DSX Access Systems, Inc., contains government-approved AES-256 bit encryption technology that can be implemented systemwide. Encryption capabilities are built into the software and every field controller. Communications to each location can optionally 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.
Booth 5101, Circle 410
IP Door Controller
The IP Door Controller (IPDC) from Brivo Systems of Bethesda, Maryland, is a native Ethernet access control panel in a new compact form. Available as a single or dual door controller, the IPDC is supported by both ACS WebService and ACS OnSite Aparato systems. The robust, flexible module is field upgradable from one to two doors. The IPDC automatically routes and configures itself. It provides advanced authentication and encryption via X509 Digital Certificates and 128Bit SSL. An advanced mode enables FIPS 140-2 validated encryption. Local administrative access is provided onboard via Web browser.
Booth 6086, Circle 411
Murena PLUS is a new remotely controlled digital microwave transceiver from CIAS Labs of Milan, Italy. Based on “fuzzy logic” analysis, the unit generates two different Doppler frequencies allowing the sensor to detect changes in the phase of the signals, which vary dependent on the position of the target. Thus it can determine the distance, size, and direction of an intruder. Based on sophisticated technology used by the military for tracking missiles and space-related objects, Murena is easy to use in civilian, commercial, and industrial applications. Its two different ranges (40 and 80 feet) can be controlled and managed remotely via WAVE-TEST software.
Booth 11128, Circle 412
The victor from American Dynamics of Boca Raton, Florida, is a unified security and surveillance solution that lets users view, manage, and control recorded video from Intellex digital video management systems and VideoEdge network video management systems, and live streams from analog and IP cameras. It can display video simultaneously with common feature set, regardless of the codec (H.264, ACC, M-JPEG, MPEG-4)—even mixing and matching technologies. There is no need to toggle between client applications. The intuitive interface includes Windows 7-like features such as tear-off, snap, auto-hide, tab, and dock windows to provide a customizable operator experience.
Booth 20017, Circle 413
The Tourlock Security Revolving Door from Boon Edam of Lillington, North Carolina, offers maximum entrance control with high throughput. The overhead sensor system allows only authorized users to enter the building via the rotating compartments, eliminating the problem of tailgating. Visual and sound prompts instruct users how to properly use the door, easing the transition for management and new users. An optional StereoVision System can be installed to detect attempts to have two people enter in the same compartment. Compatible with any access control system, it comes in three-wing and four-wing configurations, as well as a special, one-way-only model. It is available in a wide variety of finishes to complement its surroundings.
Booth 10034, Circle 414
AutoDome 800 Series HD outdoor cameras offer 200x zoom (20x optical/10x digital) for highly detailed imaging at great distances. With 360 degrees of coverage, full HD resolution, and day/night functionality, users can capture the details needed to identify faces or license plates. New from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York, the cameras provide smooth, detailed video of fast moving objects with 1080p resolution at 30 images per second. In addition, the 16:9 aspect ratio increases situational awareness by maximizing the field of view without compromising image clarity. To help automate surveillance, Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) software embedded in the cameras alerts for potential security risks such as loitering, perimeter breaches, and other potential threats.
Booth 18011, Circle 415
NetWayM Managed PoE Midspans from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, automatically provide the precise power required by cameras or edge devices with a maximum output of 30 watts per port. The units are IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at (PoE Plus) compliant to support both power over Ethernet (PoE) and non-PoE devices. They offer automatic detection and protection of legacy non-PoE devices. Power allocation for each port is programmed via an Ethernet port that also facilitates status monitoring. Unused ports can be disabled to prevent unauthorized network connections. Cameras and other devices can be located up to 100 meters from the midspans and can be extended in 100-meter increments using repeater modules.
Booth 20077, Circle 416