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VOICE EVACUATION

- TOA Corporation of Surbi­ton, Surrey, United Kingdom, has a full range of voice-alarm and emergency evacuation systems based on its modular SX-2000, VX-2000, and VM-3000 platforms.

INTERCOM SYSTEM

- G4S Technology of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, has expanded the integration of its Symmetry Security Management System with new intercom stations and IP loudspeakers from Zen­itel Group of Brussels, Belgium.

INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

- PPM 2000 of Edmonton, Alberta, Ca­nada, has enhanced its Perspective product line with the next generation of Dispatch­Log and the new Perspective Mo­bile.

EMERGENCY PHONES

- GAI-Tronics Corporation of Mohnton, Pennsylvania, has designed its native Wi-Fi VoIP Emergency Telephones to complement its RED ALERT VoIP Emergency Telephones.

PAGING STATION

- The Annucicom PS1 Paging Station from Barix AG of Zurich, Switzerland, offers a simple, fully integrated hardware solution for paging and intercom over IP. It features two backlit push-to-talk buttons, volume control, and a built-in speaker and microphone.

COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

- Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell of Northford, Connecticut, has expanded its emergency communications capabilities with a new version of the Local Operator Console (LOC) used to remotely control emergency messaging and system operation.

PATROL SYSTEM

- D3 Guard Tour is a mobile technology solution from D3 Security Management Systems of Vancouver, British Columbia, Ca­nada. It manages officer presence and captures all of the data generated from daily security operations. That data can be used to identify incident hot spots, allocate resources, manage assets and facilities, and optimize security operations.

Video Intercom

- The IS Series IP Video Intercom from Aiphone Corporation of Bellevue, Washington, is a network-based communication and all-in-one security control system.

Antenna

- Electro-Metrics of Johnstown, New York, has introduced the EM-6857 ultra-wide­band, om­ni­di­rec­tional, passive antenna. The device performs over a frequency range from 20 MHz to 40 GHz for technical surveillance countermeasures and signals intelligence applications.

Eight-Channel Multiplexer

- ComNet, Communication Networks, of Danbury, Connecticut, has introduced the ValueLine FVT/FVR812, which transmits eight channels of digitally encoded video with two data channels over a single optical fiber.

Camera Phone Masking

- PICpatch Inc. of Milford, Michigan, has introduced a solution that allows the use of cell phones in restricted areas where photography is forbidden.

Personal Call Device

- Indianapolis-based Stanley Healthcare Solutions has introduced the MyCall resident call system, a wireless solution that enables residents in assisted living facilities to call for help from anywhere in the facility.

Video Conferencing

- Panasonic System Networks Company of America, based in Secaucus, New Jersey, offers a new HD Visual Communications System that is ideal for specialized applications in law enforcement and court systems because it offers a safe and cost-effective way to interview detainees without leaving secured environments.
 




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