Booth 21071, Circle 409
New eBridge from Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, is a simple, high-performance solution for transmitting IP video and data over existing coax cable. Users can instantly upgrade legacy analog video surveillance infrastructure to accommodate advanced networked cameras and devices without the need for new cabling. The eBridge1CRT transmits video from up to four IP cameras over a single coax cable with a transmission range of more than 2,000 feet without repeaters. The device is UL-, CUL-, and CE-listed.
Booth 21005, Circle 410
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, as well as live streams from analog and IP cameras. Designed for easy operation, it includes faster and better search capabilities, an integrated virtual and analog matrix, HDVR integration, still-image capture, and investigator mode. Customizable features are included for live monitoring, event management, and investigation.
Booth 11065, Circle 411
Aperio-enabled locks from ASSA ABLOY of Stockholm, Sweden, enable customers to quickly upgrade the security level of their premises. The locks communicate wirelessly to an Aperio hub to connect to an access control system, eliminating wiring at the door. With real-time authentication and alarms, Aperio uses AES 128-bit wireless encryption and supports HID 125 kHz proximity or 13.56 MHz iCLASS credentials with full authentication. The technology is now available in the SARGENT IN100 and PR100 commercial and institutional locks, Adams Rite A100 narrow-stile locks, Medeco M100 eCylinders, and HES K100 cabinet locks.
Booth 11065, Circle 412
ASSA ABLOY of Stockholm, Sweden, has launched the Security Continuum application for iPad. The app simplifies the process of finding the right access control solution for any opening in a facility and provides detailed information about the ASSA ABLOY’s electronic access control products. The Security Continuum allows a user to find the precise level of security needed, from mechanical key credentials to keypad locks and highly intelligent opening solutions. The application is available at the App Store.
Booth 11065, Circle 413
New from SARGENT Manufacturing of New Haven, Connecticut, is the SARGENT SE LP10 line of FIPS 201 and multiCLASS Integrated Wiegand locks, which offer flexibility and advanced security. Featuring HID multiCLASS SE technology, the locks support multiple credentials and are SIO-enabled (SE). This integrated Wiegand solution provides a streamlined appearance and simplifies installation and maintenance to reduce costs. Locks are ideal for secure physical access projects that must comply with personal identity verification (PIV) standards under Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 201. The simple-to-deploy, cost-effective turnkey solution complies with the latest U.S. Government Smart Card Interoperability Specifications.
Booth 18051, Circle 414
The indoor AXIS Q1602 and outdoor-ready AXIS Q1602-E network cameras are extremely sensitive to low-light conditions, producing color images with as little light as 0.5 lux. Made by Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, the cameras use the company’s Lightfinder technology. Based on years of product development, the technology works by combining different sensors and lenses so cameras sense the scene’s light intensity and boost the image quality in dark conditions.
Booth 10033, Circle 415
Boon Edam of Lillington, North Carolina, offers a wide range of optical turnstiles and security lanes that combine contemporary styling with optical detection technology. Ideal for supervised lobbies and transitions from public to secure areas in a building, the turnstiles use multiple detection beams to ensure that only one authorized user passes at a time. The company offers a choice of waist-high, barrier, and barrier-free models, as well as full-height optical turnstiles with glass partitions. All models are compatible with a range of electronic and biometric authorization solutions.
Booth 18017, Circle 416
FlexiDome HD 1080p Day/Night IP cameras are new from Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, New York. The cameras combine high-definition images with excellent low-light operation and color reproduction for an advanced level of detail. They enable easy identification of faces, objects, and alphanumeric information over a wide area and produce images in 16:9 aspect ratio. The cameras’ design uses a flat window that aligns with the lens to reduce distortion. Operators can zoom to any part of a scene to examine details without losing clarity. Optional Intelligent Video Analysis flags alarm events on the screen and improves detection of loitering, line crossing, and other threats.
Diebold Incorporated of Canton, Ohio, has launched a new application that allows users to access security camera feed live from their mobile devices. The Diebold Security App, available to download from Diebold for use on any mobile device, allows managers to respond any time of the day or night. Because users can see their facilities in real time, law enforcement can be notified sooner, and fewer false alarms will reduce fines.
Booth 22097, Circle 418
Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, has introduced a multipoint lock built for maximum strength that features three-bolt construction for extra protection against attempted intrusion. Ideal for back doors that require both panic hardware and protection from break-ins, the Detex ECL-230X-TDB is designed with the deadbolt deeper in the frame than other locks. Connecting rods are made of continuous solid metal for even more strength. Easy to install, the exit hardware is life-safety and code compliant, and it functions as both panic hardware and a barrier to intrusions. It includes a photoluminescent sign, 100-decibel alarm, and three locking points per door. The ECL-230X-TDB-DX3 offers six locking points and 10,000 pounds of holding force.
Booth 10138, Circle 419
The WatchMaster IP Elite brings advanced long-wave thermal imaging technology to a variety of commercial surveillance and security applications. New from DRS Technologies of Parsippany, New Jersey, it employs proven uncooled VOx thermal-imaging technology to produce crystal clear imagery in all weather conditions, including complete darkness, dust, haze, light fog, and smoke. The ONVIF-conformant camera offers low power consumption and is IEEE802.3af compliant, supporting video, camera control, and power over a single tamper-resistant cable connection. The camera can be easily configured and installed into existing security infrastructure.
Door Prop Alarm
Booth 22101, Circle 420
The ES300 Series Battery-Powered Door Prop Alarm from Designed Security, Inc., of Bastrop, Texas, is a low-cost solution for low-risk emergency-exit-only doors. Featuring field-selectable door-open times from one second to two minutes, the alarm helps prevent secure doors from being propped open. The unit can also be used as a door annunciator by setting the timer to zero seconds.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Booth 7126, Circle 433
Morse Watchmans Inc. of Oxford, Connecticut, has introduced the KeyWatcher Touch, with an easy-to-use seven-inch touchscreen, for complete control of keys. The KeyAnywhere feature enables key return to any KeyWatcher in the enterprise. Users can find which unit houses a specific key or determine who has checked it out using the FindKey feature. New TrueTouch client software offers an improved interface and auto sync for enhanced administration and control. It also has improved integration capabilities.
Booth, 7087, Circle 434
The new Single-Door PoE Controller CA150 from Keyscan Access Control Systems of Whitby, Ontario, Canada, is ideal for businesses that have only one critical door to secure or those that want the flexibility of door control using power over Ethernet (PoE). While designed to support a single door, it may be used in combination with any number of access control units as a seamless part of a larger system. The PoE unit supplies power for the reader, door strike, request-to-exit, and other auxiliary devices. It includes two powered relays, four supervised inputs, and two reader ports.
Booth 21005, Circle 435
Kantech of Brossard, Quebec, Canada, has released EntraPass v5.01 security software. Designed to help customers with changing access control security needs, EntraPass allows customers to design and operate any number of doors where card access is required. New features include multiswipe functionality when using the KT-400 four-reader controller. Authorized cardholders can perform functions through multiple swipes of a card without having to access the security software. The functions include activating relays, locking and unlocking doors, arming and disarming the alarm panel, and more. EntraPass now integrates with American Dynamic’s VideoEdge NVR allowing users to view, manage, and control video.
The Destroyit AL1 business shredder by MBM Corporation of North Charleston, South Carolina, has won numerous design awards for its sleek, contemporary looks. Its aluminum casing features side panels that can be ordered in custom colors or individualized with a company logo. The cross-cut shredding head provides DIN level-4 security and is powered by a quiet single-phase motor. It comes equipped with hardened steel cutting shafts that are warranted for life and advanced safety features.
The Lynx-USB panic button provides a simple and cost-effective way to add employee alerts anywhere inside a network. New from Micro Technology Services of Richardson, Texas, it easily plugs into a PC and loads the client software, allowing the alarm to instantly communicate through the Lynxguide server to other PCs, existing radios, cell phones, and more. The fully supervised Lynx-USB panic button operates even if the PC is logged off. As an option, the device complements the LynxKeyPro, two-key combination keyboard panic alarms that come with the Lynxguide server.
Booth 21005, Circle 438
Software House of Westford, Massachusetts, has released C•CURE 9000 v2.02 access control software. New features include predefined alarm response messages and escorted access. It also runs on Microsoft .NET Framework 4. With the addition of C•CURE 9000 Enterprise, corporate security personnel retain central control over an entire system, while each local facility maintains independent control of its individual operation. System administrators at the main facility can configure and monitor all locations from a single site.
Booth 13140, Circle 439
Steel Plate Wedge Barriers from Nasatka Security of Clinton, Maryland, are proven, tested, and reliable vehicle access control barriers. Barriers feature hot-dip steel construction, providing durability and protection. The NMSB III-D Steel Plate Wedge Barrier family offers the perfect combination of engineering achievement and maximum durability, capable of operating as a powerful security solution in harsh environments. Barriers feature a shallow-mount foundation, deployment in three to five seconds, plug-and-play operation, and an optional cold weather package.
Booth 11087, Circle 440
The Onity Wireless Lock (OWL) from Onity of Duluth, Georgia, provides efficient, cost-effective security for all locations within a facility. The controller technology is built into the lock to provide a smart, inexpensive solution to door wiring and network infrastructure. The OWL offers decision making at the lock. Because it employs standalone power and an intelligent on-board internal database, the system allows facilities to secure rooms for up to 5,000 cardholders. It continues to operate even when power and network connectivity are lost. The OWL uses the OPEN interface, allowing integration with third-party access control systems.
Booth 22063, Circle 441
Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, New York, has introduced the new 1080P Surveyor HD PTZ dome, featuring a two-megapixel lens with 18x optical zoom. The camera’s ONVIF interface provides interoperability with open platform VMS solutions from many manufacturers, while the dome’s proven high-performance design features continuous, high-speed 360-degree panning, as well as scheduling of tours and presets. The WDR day/night camera provides dual encoding, with simultaneous streams of H.264 or M-JPEG video. Indoor, outdoor, pressurized, and impact-resistant models are offered with a variety of mounting options.
Booth 6127, Circle 442
Research Electronics International (REI) of Algood, Tennessee, provides equipment and technology to protect against the loss of intangible assets and intellectual property. The OSCOR Blue Spectrum Analyzer performs RF signal acquisition and analysis at speeds of 24 GHz per second, detecting unknown, illegal, and disruptive rogue transmissions across a wide frequency spectrum. The TALAN Telephone and Line Analyzer inspects, analyzes, and tests digital telephone lines and other wiring for taps and other eavesdropping devices. The ORION Non-Linear Junction Evaluator detects hidden electronic devices, regardless of whether the device is radiating, hard wired, or even turned off. The company’s Center for Technical Security offers the largest commercially available technical surveillance countermeasures training facility in the world.
Booth 11101, Circle 443
New Slat-Wall Consoles from Minneapolis-based Winsted Corporation feature a 15-inch-tall slat wall for mounting monitors and other accessories. Built on the same foundation as the company’s award-winning Sight-Line console, the new consoles are modular, configurable, and expandable to meet the changing needs of the control room. Users can choose from several monitor mounts for their needs. The panels add an element of privacy to each operator’s workspace. The slat wall is constructed of high-quality extruded 6105-T5 aluminum with a black anodized finish that is attractive and smooth to the touch.