Security Business

JUN 2018

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50 Security Dealer & Integrator / June 2018 Altronix Booth #515 Trove3 enclosures with removable backplanes from Altronix are designed for large-scale systems, Trove3M3 accommodates Mercury controllers, while Trove3SH3 accommodates Soware House controllers. Both integrate with Altronix power supplies. Trove simplifies board layout and wire management, while providing more flexibility when designing and deploying access systems. Removable backplanes enable installers to easily configure and test prior to on-site installation, reducing time and labor. Request more info at ASSA ABLOY Booth #614 ASSA ABLOY will showcase the newly designed Adams Rite EX Series Exit Devices. e product line includes the EX88 Inter- locking Rim Exit Device, EX89 Pullman Rim Exit Device, EX76 CVR Exit Device and the EX80 Dummy Push Bar. Addition- ally, the company will feature the Securitron M680E series maglock and the HES 1500/1600 Series of electric strikes. Since HES and Securitron have united as ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware, Securitron's war- ranty coverage has been extended to all HES products. Request more info at August Home Booth #124 August Home's August Smart Lock Pro is a Z-Wave lock for the professional channel sold exclu- sively through the August Pro division serving integrators and security dealers in the custom home installation market. Sup- port for Z-Wave enables the lock to communicate wirelessly to security and home automation systems. Users can lock and unlock a door with a phone while giving keyless access to family and guests. It attaches to existing deadbolts. Request more info at Avigilon Booth #926 Avigilon Appearance Search technol- ogy is a deep learning artificial intel- ligence (AI) search engine that can sort through hours of recorded video to quickly locate a specific person or vehicle of interest across all cameras on a site. It can save time during critical investigations, as it intelligently analyzes video data, helping to track a person's route and identify locations. It will be included in the upcom- ing Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 6.10 VMS. Request more info at AES Corporation Booth #224 e AES 7177 Hybrid is an IntelliNet 2.0 Fire Subscriber with IP Link capabilities, AES- IntelliPro full data module, and robust Mul- tiple Communication Technologies (MCT) included. e Hybrid 2.0 subscriber provides the capability to send an alarm from the cus- tomer premises to the Central Monitoring Station (CMS) via RF and/or IP and transmit peer signals via IP. Wi-Fi Internet comes standard. Product is pending UL review. Request more info at Alula Booth #117 e Alula 360 wireless encrypted ceiling-mount detector provides commercial and residential coverage with end-to-end wireless encryption com- bined with 360-degree detection. For critical wireless applica- tions, the RE659 360 Indoor PIR is quick to install yet long- lasting. Suited to all types of installations, the unit mounts on a ceiling to create a 25-40 . detection diameter. Request more info at Axis Communications Booth #509 e AXIS Companion Line for small businesses includes two new discreet cameras, the AXIS Companion Bullet mini LE, an outdoor-ready bullet-style camera with PoE feature; and the AXIS Compan- ion Eye mini L, a fixed mini dome with a compact design for indoor use. e mini cameras are optimized for reduced bandwidth and storage needs with processing taking place at the edge in the AXIS Companion Recorder. Both include IR illumination, 1080p and 2 MP resolution video, and WDR. Request more info at Dice Corp. Booth #301 Dice Corporation's new Cloud Video Record- ing (CVR) solution is changing the way secu- rity and alarm moni- toring centers manage video surveillance. As a completely web-based technology, it sends footage to the Dice cloud center in real time, eliminating the need for onsite DVRs and maintenance. Live and recorded footage from any camera(s) can be streamed offsite using a computer browser, removing the need to be at the location of the camera for viewing. Request more info at PRODUCT Preview

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