Linx International Group will be at GSX 2019 to introduce more than 100 accredited and certified training courses that it has developed. Each classroom, eLearning and blended course is devised, designed and taught by world-leading subject matter experts. Every security officer, installer, integrator, architect, specifier, engineer, consultant and end-user visiting GSX 2019 will find training courses to suit them on the Linx International Group booth.
Linx International Group announced that its eLearning courses are available for the first time in Arabic, Spanish and French. The launch of these best in class courses form part of the Linx International Group’s aim to raise security knowledge and standards, through expert training and education worldwide. Arabic is spoken by approximately 310 million people around the world, whilst Spanish is the native language for approximately 400 million people.
Morse Watchmans announced that its KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System has once again received LenelS2 factory certification and interfaces with the LenelS2 OnGuard version 7.5 access control security system. The new interface also allows administration to associate OnGuard access levels with different Key Groups, providing increased key control from within the OnGuard platform. The system’s modular design offers full scalability.
Visually reminiscent of classic computer games such as The Sims and Sim City, Linxville’s first bitesize course to launch is Perimeter Security. It presents the student with a simulated environment containing a number of commercial buildings surrounded by roads, gates, fencing, lighting and security guards, which link back to the topic. The learner is taken on a guided interactive learning journey around the site and is presented with potential threat vulnerabilities.
The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named Dr. Elizabeth (Elli) Voorhees as its new director of education and training. In this role, Voorhees —who previously served as director of certifications and compliance for the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4)— will drive all education and certification program activity for SIA and through SIA’s partners in support of the SIA membership and larger industry goals.
Pivot3 has completed an advanced certification of its hyper-converged infrastructure with Genetec™ Security Center software. The combination of Pivot3 and the Genetec unified security platform delivers a robust integrated security and IoT solution designed to support the complex requirements of video-intensive, mission-critical environments.
Intelligent Security Systems has been awarded a coveted Security System Approval Certificate from Dubai’s Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA) for the company’s innovative SecurOSä Video Management System (VMS), SecurOS Auto License Plate Recognition (LPR/ANPR) analytics and unique SecurOS Motus 452 Camera for use in law enforcement applications. The combined VMS, analytics and camera solution delivers a number of unique advantages including the ability to accurately read and recognize Arabic symbols and numbers, making it uniquely suited for Dubai license plates.
Altronix Corp. announced that it has received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Altronix’s LINQ™ technology interfaces with the OnGuard® access control system and facilitates the remote monitoring and reporting of power diagnostics. These alerts minimize system downtime and eliminate unnecessary and costly service calls.
Genetec announced that Security Center Omnicast™, its video management system (VMS), received the UL 2900-2-3 Level 3 cybersecurity certification. A long-standing advocate for cybersecurity and the ‘Security of Security’, Genetec participated in the UL evaluation process, which today validates its resilience against cyber-attack with the highest Level 3 (L3) assessment certification.
Dortronics announces the expansion of its lunch and learn course offerings by adding Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) Continuing Education Credits. BICSI is a professional association supporting the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) community. ICT covers the spectrum of voice, data, electronic safety & security, project management, and audio and video technologies. These informative sessions provide designers, specifiers, and resellers the opportunity to explore and compare the various types of door hardware, interlocking systems, and their applications. Topics include mantraps, sally ports and cleanroom/laboratory airlocks, and their applications.