Quanergy Solutions successfully implemented its groundbreaking 3D LiDAR security solution at a prominent army barracks in the Middle East, resulting in a significant reduction in false alarms and the accurate detection of true intrusion attempts on base. The country’s military had long faced challenges with the barrack’s existing perimeter intrusion detection system, which relied on camera-based analytics and thermal cameras.
AU10TIX announced that Guesty has selected AU10TIX’s fully automated identity verification (IDV) solution to help meet global regulatory requirements and minimize fraud risk. Guesty offers a complete solution to manage the complex needs of property managers and hospitality professionals in all category segments. As such, it is responsible for meeting the hospitality industry’s Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements and ensuring safe standards and practices of the customer onboarding processes.
Development of software applications such as a Video Management System (VMS) often encompasses many external elements such as Run Time Libraries, which automate many of the common programming tasks that are required to interact with and take advantage of the Operating System software such as Windows. In addition, a database is commonly used to index the video images to a time and date format for ease of searching and retrieval.
TDSi announces it will be showcasing its GARDiS Platform and talking about its new GARDiSVU VMS solution on Stand 2-B28 at Intersec Saudi Arabia 2023, which takes place from 3rd-5th October at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center. A key focus for TDSi at Intersec Saudi Arabia will also be how it can help customers with their Vision 2030 projects, an initiative in the Kingdom that is implementing unprecedented reforms in the public sector, the economy, and society as a whole.
At this week’s GSX conference, Parker Group is exhibiting its seamless ability to collaborate with a variety of ecosystem partners, including leaders in the field of advanced video wall solutions. Taking place at booth #1819, the demonstrations spotlight the open-ended design of Parker Group’s AVenue AV-over-IP solution and its effectiveness in augmenting real-time situational awareness within control rooms.
Active Intelligence is driving the transformation to proactive security solutions here at GSX 2023 in booth 2224. The company’s groundbreaking ASTRA™ Video Anomaly Detection software delivers real-time video anomaly detection for a virtually unlimited number of security, safety, compliance, and commercial/industrial applications across the enterprise. ASTRA’s wide-ranging capabilities and successful integration with leading video management solutions (VMS) continue to gain traction with users across virtually every vertical market globally.
Vector Flow is demonstrating its powerful range of automation solutions at GSX 2023, September 11-13 in Dallas. Most notably, Vector Flow is highlighting its Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) automation product wherein organizations can autonomously manage individual identities over the entirety of their lifecycle under one platform.
Barrier1 Systems is exhibiting a comprehensive range of vehicle barrier systems at GSX 2023, September 11-13 in Dallas, TX. Barrier1’s crash-rated and Retractable high-security bollards will be on display alongside a range of additional perimeter security solutions at booth #3961. Featured solutions on display and available for demonstration at Barrier1 booth #3961
Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The Interoperability Validation Testing was hosted at Convergint’s facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from ELATEC, Kastle Systems, JCI, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry Enterprises.
Smarter Security announce the launch of our latest Door Detective model, the Door Detective SG, featuring groundbreaking Sidegate Detection® technology. This next-gen addition to the Door Detective line is set to transform the landscape of access control and door security, offering enhanced capabilities that address the evolving needs of modern facilities.
Genetec announced a new integration between the Genetec Mission Control™ decision management system, and the Genetec Clearance™ digital evidence management solution. This integration enables users to move seamlessly from incident response to investigation from within a single interface. Security teams in organizations such as hospitals, banks, and utilities often handle a high volume of events, and frequently need to share video evidence and incident details with internal departments as well as with law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and insurance providers.
Aiphone has introduced the AC Nio, its access control management software, an important addition to its new line of access control solutions. With AC Nio, customers get access to an easy-to-use and customizable dashboard that provides the tools needed to manage daily access control credentials, run reports, set schedules, and program the AC Series access control solution.
Moxa has introduced its new AWK-4252A Series 3-in-1 industrial wireless Access Point/Bridge/Client optimized for faster data transmission speeds through the incorporation of IEEE 802.11ac technology resulting in aggregated data rates of up to 1.267 Gbps, or about three times faster than the 450 Mbps of 802.11n. The AWK-4252A can operate concurrently on both the 2.4 and 5 GHz dual-band Turbo Roaming with an average handover time under 150 ms, and is backward-compatible with existing 802.11a/b/g/n deployments to future-proof wireless investments.
Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The Interoperability Validation Testing was hosted at Convergint’s facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from ELATEC, Kastle Systems, JCI, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry.
i-PRO announced 24 new compact dome camera models. The new models offer wider scene coverage, vandal resistance, powerful edge-based AI analytics, and flexible deployment options for every budget. Available in 2MP and 4MP resolutions, the efficient designs deliver the smallest compact domes and highest cyber security protection available.
TRENDnet is thrilled to announce the launch of its first networked PDU, the 6-Outlet Managed Rackmount Power Distribution Unit, model TPI-06. The new PDU is compatible with TRENDnet Hive, allowing users to remotely control, manage, and monitor powered devices. The 6-Outlet Managed Rackmount Power Distribution Unit is a networkable power solution with intelligent monitoring and management support.
FUJIFILM Corporation and IBM announced the development of a 50TB native tape storage system, featuring the world’s highest native data tape cartridge capacity1. Fujifilm has commenced production of a high-density tape cartridge for use with IBM’s newest enterprise tape drive, the TS1170. The sixth-generation IBM 3592 JF tape cartridge incorporates a newly developed technology featuring fine hybrid magnetic particles to enable higher data storage capacity.
Boon Edam nears a significant milestone as they approach their 50,000th product installation in the United States. This remarkable milestone underscores Boon Edam’s commitment to delivering innovative and reliable security solutions to a wide range of industries. Boon Edam’s presence in the United States dates back to 1988, marking the beginning of the company’s transformative journey into the security entrance landscape. Since then, Boon Edam has grown its US presence significantly with a 200,000+ square foot factory and the introduction of a new headquarters and technology center in 2022
Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The validation testing was hosted at the Convergint facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from Elatec, JCI, Kastle Systems, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry.