ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, a USA-based manufacturer of transmission and communication networking equipment, has introduced a new Cybersecurity feature in its latest generation of self-managed switches. The ComNet Port Guardian feature has the capability to physically disconnect a port if unauthorized access is detected.
Pelco by Schneider Electric, a global leader in surveillance and security products and technologies, has initiated a massive Roadshow Tour across the USA and Canada commencing this summer. The extensive Road Show schedule covers more than 25 cities featuring both half and full day sessions. The complimentary roadshows offer the opportunity for attendees to engage with product and technology subject matter experts to learn about new Pelco solutions, and experience the latest Pelco products and technologies.
A leading provider of IP surveillance management software, OnSSI is continually evolving the Ocularis platform to deliver higher levels of performance and value. The integration of OnSSI’s Ocularis 5.3 with S2 Security Corporation’s NetBox software Version 4.9.08 allows the users to bring Ocularis video and events into the S2 NetBox platform.
Bosch expands its LECTUS secure card readers to support new functionalities and highest level encryption. Bosch has extended the flexibility and security of its LECTUS secure Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP)* series with a new card reader and added functionality. Taken together, these expansions enable both economical adoption of the series and continuous encryption from controller to card.
Facility managers and security professionals often must choose between enterprise-level access control systems that are too expensive and complex for their needs, or key-based mechanical locks that don’t offer any accountability or audit trail. Many situations, especially older buildings and door-dense environments, require the management of brass keys and key sets, and this is difficult for tenants, employees, visitors and contractors to access areas and maintain an appropriate level of security.
Boon Edam Inc., a global leader in security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced that a completely new production line for its Lifeline Optical Turnstiles is now operational at the company’s Lillington, NC factory. These are the first turnstiles of the Lifeline Series now officially “Made in the USA.” Until now, the Lifeline Series has been built exclusively in Holland. Orders for new Lifeline turnstiles can be filled directly from the USA factory for customers in the Americas.
Camden, a premier provider of door activation and locking devices, has just introduced its second generation of restroom control and emergency call systems, specifically designed for universal restroom applications. These additions and enhancements offer a new range of design options and exclusive product capabilities.
Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, will showcase its video surveillance and citywide safety solutions – including a new 180-degree CrimeEye unit – at the 27th annual ASIS NYC Security Conference and Expo to be held on June 7-8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City. CrimeEye-RD-2 with 180-degree Axis camera—The CrimeEye-RD-2 with optional Axis Q3708-PVE offers a fixed-dome video surveillance camera with multiple sensors, resulting in a 180-degree panoramic view. Although the unit has three sensors, it only uses one IP address. The 180-degree camera features enhanced light sensitivity as well as WDR-Forensic Capture, which allows for expansive coverage
Siklu, the market leader in millimeter wave radios, has provided high capacity wireless network links to the city of Arvada, Colorado, a part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metro area. The network links were deployed by system integrator Netunwired. Municipal facilities gained a productivity-boosting 1Gbps throughput, and costly recurring leased line expenses were eliminated.
With the Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) 7.5, Bosch has expanded its range of VMS software with the introduction of the BVMS 7.5 Viewer – a new variant aimed at small and medium-sized applications. This entry-level and free of charge version of Bosch’s existing Video Management System enables small business owners to view multiple live video streams of their surveillance cameras in high resolution from their computer screen. It also allows replaying recorded videos, and carrying out forensic searches of video recordings.