Security Business

MAR 2019

Find news and information for the executive corporate security director, CSO, facility manager and assets protection manager on issues of policy, products, incidents, risk management, threat assessments and preparedness.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 81 of 109

80 Security Business / / March 2019 2019 PRODUCT PREVIEW FEATURED EXHIBITOR FEATURED EXHIBITOR Hikvision Booth #18037 Hikvision's 20 MP PanoVu Flexible Outdoor Network Camera (Model DS-2CD6D54FWD-IZHS) features 1/2.7" progressive scan CMOS sensors and four lenses. Each lens supports 5 MP at 24 fps. Compression up to H.265+ saves bandwidth and storage space; EXIR technology extends the IR range to 98 feet (30 meters) for clearer night images. The camera consists of four adjustable camera gimbals with PTZ for optimal views. The adjustable gimbals allow for installers to choose camera angles that best suits the application. Only one Ethernet cable is required for easy installation. Request more info at ASSA ABLOY Booth 8061 ASSA ABLOY will unveil the Adams Rite G100 wireless digital glass lock with Aperio technology (pictured) at ISC West, which makes extending access control to all-glass single or double doors with fixed leaf easy and affordable while maintaining aesthetics. The surface-mounted digital glass door locking solution provides greater flexibility and control of interior office space areas without the need to make costly modifications. Additional products to be fea- tured in ASSA ABLOY's booth include: Attack-resistant open- ings featuring School Guard glass (www.securityinfowatch. com/12434880); Sargent and Corbin Russwin IN Series PoE and Wi-Fi locks (; HES 9000 electric strikes (www.securityinfowatch. com/21069719); HES cabinet locks (www.securityinfowatch. com/11313883); and Securitron AQ Series power supplies ( Request more info at Gai-Tronics Booth #12121 Gai-Tronics will unveil its HUBBCOM IP audio/ video intercoms at ISC West. The units offer general and point-to-point audio/video, overhead speaker broadcasting, SIP telephone operation, and web portal access for seam- less communications between various facility areas – creating safer buildings while improving productivity and efficiency. Request information: Geutebrück Booth #24099 G-Core by Geutebrück can be used in as a standalone VMS or expanded to any size and complexity by link- ing several G-Core systems together. It is an open platform, managing practically any brand of IP cameras and integrates with third-party physical security systems. Request information: Genetec Booth #26061 Genetec will unveil version 5.8 of Security Center. It includes customizable live dashboards, a new map- driven mobile app, and new features that help users keep an eye on the health of their system and adhere to the most stringent cybersecurity protocols. Request information: Gentex Booth #3047 The GHSLF low-frequency notification appliance from Gentex is ideal for meet- ing NFPA 72 low-frequency requirements for commercial sleeping areas. The horn offers a low-frequency temporal 3 tone with a jumper for choosing between normal or loud decibel levels. Request information: Freeus Booth #30086 The Belle LTE mPERS system from Freeus is available for both the Verizon and AT&T networks. Features include IPX67 water-resistance, and LED indicator light surrounding the call button to clearly show users the status of their call and when the pendant needs recharging. Request information:

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Security Business - MAR 2019