Security Business

MAR 2019

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76 Security Business / / March 2019 2019 PRODUCT PREVIEW FEATURED EXHIBITOR FEATURED EXHIBITOR STANLEY Security Booth #22015 TRENDS from STANLEY Security is an exception- based reporting and video surveillance solution that enables corporate retail execu- tives to make better decisions, catch employees who steal and decrease operating expenses. Designed for flexibility to scale regionally or nation- ally, the business intelligence software can be customized to unique business models, point-of-sale systems and report- ing needs. With this unique solution, retailers will be able to deliver actionable strategies for locations that need additional employee training or loss prevention support. Other benefits include: Better retail decision making for corporate execu- tives; fewer broken processes; decreased operating expenses and reduced internal shrinkage by uncovering unknown theft. Request more info at Avigilon Booth #22031 Avigilon's H4 Multisensor camera line provides exceptional coverage, with three or four individually-configurable camera sensors that can be positioned for monitoring virtu- ally any area. Each camera sensor incorporates the sup- plier's self-learning video analytics and works with Avigilon Appearance Search AI technology. With 9 to 32 MP total resolution, the camera delivers broad scene coverage and high image detail. It uses H.265 compression technology to significantly reduce bandwidth and storage requirements, while maintaining clear, detailed images. An optional 360- degree content adaptive infrared (IR) module provides up to 30 meters (100 feet) of consistent lighting and exceptional imaging in low-light conditions. Request more info at Dahua Technology Booth #14039 Dahua Technology will showcase its 2MP Fixed Bullet and Fixed Dome, part of its eco-friendly enhanced Power over Ethernet (ePoE) product family. Both use a high- performance sensor and ISP and an achromatic, large aperture lens (F1.0) to produce crisp, clear color images in low-light environments. Request information: Cobalt Robotics Booth #7134 Cobalt Robotics builds autonomous indoor security robots to work alongside human guards. The robot uses machine learning to patrol buildings autonomously and flag anomalies such as unknown people, open doors, suspicious items, water or unusual sounds. It can respond autonomously or video-call for help. Request information: Codelocks Booth #32092 KeySecure key control cabinets by Codelocks control access and manage keys with only autho- rized users entering a single or unique code. The rigid-built cabinets with mechanical or electronic digital-coded locks provide an enhanced secure enclosure for keys, fobs and padlocks. Request information: Comnet Booth #26089 Comnet's NW1 Gen 3 increases throughput up to 240 Mbps, adds a 10/100/1000Mbps port and pass- through PoE and is designed for applications of up to two miles. It comes is available in kit form (NWK1), which consists of two MAC Address-locked radios and mounting hardware. Request information: Cornerstone Billing Solutions Booth #21136 Cornerstone Billing Solutions brings the key elements of running an alarm and security business into a cloud-based software application. It simplifies the process of managing alarm billing subscribers through a customer's full life cycle and profitably builds a security business. Request information:

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