The AXIS P3346 Network Camera is a 3-megapixel fixed dome with support for HDTV 1080p in H.264 and M-JPEG. Made by Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, it has a modular installation design and vandal-resistant indoor and outdoor options. The day/night camera offers P-Iris control for optimal image clarity, multiview streaming, and digital pan-tilt-zoom. It is designed for easy installation with remote focus and zoom functions, pixel counter capabilities, and support for power over Ethernet. Other features include two-way audio, an SD/SDHC card slot, video motion detection, audio detection, and active tampering alarm. It supports the AXIS Camera Application Platform, an open application platform that encourages development of third-party analytics to be installed directly on the camera.
Booth 18051, Circle 417
Code Blue Corporation of Holland, Michigan, announced that its BLUE ALERT Mass Notification System was among the Top 30 Innovations in 2010 selected by Security Sales & Integration. The system combines state-of-the-art amplifiers, speaker arrays, and software control to quickly inform and direct people in emergency situations. The system is compliant with NFPA 72, 2010 Chapter 24, and allows flexibility in announcement delivery by providing text-to-speech, live broadcast, prerecorded messages, and warning tones options, as well as announcement repeat and scheduling features. The turnkey mass notification system effectively broadcasts information to a targeted audience.
Booth 14141, Circle 418
Corbin Russwin of Berlin, Connecticut, has introduced a new lockset with intelligent Wi-Fi access control. The Access 800 WI1 can bring access control to areas of a building that are challenging to wire. The complete solution integrates ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, a proximity reader, and door monitoring into a single device. Its open architecture simplifies integration with any access control system. Using an existing IEEE 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi network and HID 125 kHz proximity credentials, the lockset offers real-time alarms and local decision making to ensure operation regardless of network status. The lockset is offered in cylindrical locks, mortise locks, and exit devices with a variety of lever styles.
Booth 11067, Circle 419
Diebold, Incorporated, of Canton, Ohio, has integrated its video management software with its central station software to restructure the alert reporting path. The result is a “camera with a purpose” that reports events directly to the company’s monitoring center without requiring an intermediate alarm panel. Operators can immediately pull up the camera’s feed to verify the nature of the alert and respond accordingly. Organizations need to invest in only a camera and an Internet connection to leverage Diebold’s software and services.
ComNet Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, has released the CW1POCOAX model that transports Ethernet and camera/device operating power between the remote location and head end using existing coaxial cable. This product eliminates the need to have a separate power source at the remote location. Based on the IEEE 802.3af standard for power over Ethernet (PoE), the device provides 15 watts of 48 VDC power to the remote devices. It transports Ethernet data at rates of up to 100 Mbps over a distance of 230 meters. This product allows users to install or upgrade to IP cameras that can operate using PoE in remote locations while offering significant cost savings by not having to install a separate power source.
Booth 19135, Circle 421
Users can print enterprise-level ID cards faster and more efficiently with the new CD800 card printer from Datacard Group of Minnetonka, Minnesota. The printer delivers vibrant ID cards jam-free using the company’s TruePick technology. Industry-leading print resolution provides sharper text, 2D bar codes, and complex characters. It is simple to set up and easy to use. The ENERGY STAR-qualified printer is Earth-friendly; it features biodegradable supply cores and recyclable packaging. Innovation-fueled and field upgradable, the CD800 card printer offers value for today and tomorrow.
Booth 9051, Circle 422
The Invisigate Glass Barrier Turnstile from Designed Security, Inc., of Bastrop, Texas, provides a visual and physical barrier for locations that require security and good looks. It accommodates 30 to 45 people per minute per lane and integrates with any access control system, including biometric solutions. One option is IOM Glance iris recognition technology from SRI International Sarnoff of Princeton, New Jersey, which provides hands-free identity verification from more than a meter away. The turnstile requires no programming and provides a hard-lock option for after-hours operation. Custom glass etching is available.
Booth 25097, Circle 423