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72 Security Dealer & Integrator / www.SecurityInfoWatch.com September 2018 2018 PRODUCT PREVIEW Vistacom Booth #2967 Vistacom SecureView 2.0 is a video wall solution that provides organizations with the ability to visualize multiple types of con- tent into a common operational picture. e flat-panel video wall and its processor combine multiple data feeds into a single system. e system provides a solid foundation from which any security operations center can operate and grow. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12427421 TrackTik Booth #3351 TrackTik is a security work- force management platform that integrates on-site, mobile and back-office functions. e web-based soware enables security firms to connect field personnel to management, and subsequently view, analyze and control security operations in one place. e soware collects historical and real-time data to feed into business intelligence modules and help security firms make proactive security business decisions. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12427296 Viking Electronics Booth #2022 e X-35-SS from Viking Electron- ics is a video entry phone designed to provide HD video and hands-free voice communication for SIP VoIP phone systems and cloud providers. e built-in IP video camera has H.264 video compression, low light sensitivity, 126 degree wide viewing angle and can output dual video streams up 1080p resolution. It dials up to five rollover numbers and is remotely programmable via a built-in web GUI. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12427445 Vivotek Booth #2937 Vivotek's MS9390-HV pan- oramic network camera fea- tures H.265 compression and Smart Stream III technology, which greatly save on storage and bandwidth consumption. Designed with two wide angle lenses, electronic image stitching and high-resolution sensors, the 8MP 180° camera is able to maintain a higher vertical FOV, enabling users to capture more video below the point of camera installation than most four-sensor panoramics. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12427438 Verint Systems Booth #1917 Verint FaceDetect is a video analysis solution that deliv- ers accurate, automated and intelligent identification capabilities for real-world environments. Powered by sophisticated, computer-based, multi-layered algorithms suitable for challenging security scenarios, the system can detect, track and alert on persons of interest appearing in video surveillance streams in real time across multiple sites and thousands of cameras simultane- ously, returning results in seconds. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400638 Umbo CV Booth #3441 Umbo Light is a cloud-based artificial intelligence and computer vision service that integrates with SmartCloud, Umbo's VMS, as well as its Learning Cameras to deliver alerts when it detects specific human behaviors on video streams. Built on rapid neural net- works, an advanced deep learning algorithm, the system looks at temporal information within a video sequence rather than just traditional image detection. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400318 Vanderbilt Industries Booth #2865 Vanderbilt ACT365 is a cloud-based access control and video management solution that enables end-users to manage a secu- rity system from any device without a dedicated IT department. e solution can be scaled to accommodate additional doors or cameras. Users can view live and recorded video, manage users, conduct muster reporting in the event of an emergency and review alarms – all from a unified, easy-to-use cloud-based interface. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400279 Viakoo Booth #2664 Viakoo's Camera Firm- ware Update Manager (CFUM) enables users to automatically update firmware on camera devices from one or more vendors, and perform these updates with a chain-of-trust method that ensures integrity of the firmware. For many organizations, the time and cost of manu- ally upgrading their camera firmware is prohibitive; however, CFUM enables the process for multiple camera vendors and VMS manufacturers from a single management console. Request more info at www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/12400265

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