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MAR 2019

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78 Security Business / / March 2019 2019 PRODUCT PREVIEW FEATURED EXHIBITOR FEATURED EXHIBITOR IDIS Booth #18059 The IDIS 12MP DirectIP Super Fisheye enables users to cover a wider area with a single 360- degree camera without the expense or complexity of a multi-camera installation, frustrating blind spots, or old-school trade-offs in clarity or detail. The supplier's advanced dewarping and proprietary smooth, futuristic controls translate into crystal-clear images in all direc- tions, and seamless, uncomplicated operation for quick and nimble real-time use and ease of later review. Other features include: ONVIF support; 12MP Sensor / 9.4MP (3200 x 2944) resolution; micro SD/SDHC/SDXC and smart failover; two-way audio; IK10/IP67 supports; and more. Request more info at DoorKing Booth #25041 DoorKing's new 900MHz Wireless Expansion Kits enable the addition of access points in hard-to-wire places – eliminating costly labor, trenching and conduit runs. Simply add a Base Station Board to a DKS Telephone Entry System, and a Remote Station Board (up to 48 of them) to a DKS Access Device – and the wireless connection is made seamlessly. A repeater is available for hard-to-reach remote sites, doubling the wireless range. The kits are designed with the supplier's LoRa technology, offering longer ranges, low power consumption and secure data transmission. Request more info at EIZO Booth #26131 EIZO's DuraVision FDF2304W-IP connects to up to 16 separate IP cameras via LAN cable for video monitoring without a PC. The monitor provides five video layout options for a viewing video feed from a single camera at full screen, or up to 16 videos simultaneously. Request information: ELK Products Booth #8032 ELK Products will unveil a new economical line of wireless sensors at ISC West, compatible with 319.5 MHz wireless receivers adhering to the Interlogix protocol. The popularity of the 319.5 MHz frequency provides installers the option of using ELK sensors in a variety of installations. Request information: Everbridge Booth #4042 Visual Command Center (VCC) is the visualiza- tion and orchestration component of Ever- bridge's Critical Event Management platform. It is a single, unified and integrated view for Real- time threat intelligence (analytics, GIS capabili- ties, visual intelligence) that enable enterprise risk response and management. Request information: Feenics Booth #22130 Built for the cloud and hosted by Amazon Web Services, Keep by Feenics minimizes costs through maintenance-free upgrades and patches. The system enables customers to use one simple code for rapidly incorporating video, intrusion detection, IoT applications, building automation and other complementary systems. Request information: FLIR Booth #20060 FLIR TruWITNESS is a wear- able sensor platform designed for public safety operations. It combines video, audio, location data, Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, and cloud and management software in one solution. The unit is worn on an individual's body or can be mounted inside vehicles. Request information:

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