With more than 200 billion connected devices forecasted to be in existence by 2020, it’s no surprise to find that security, surveillance, and IoT solutions are evolving at a pace faster than the ability of most businesses to adapt. Whether due to rapid technological advancements, overly complex and inefficient systems, changing regulatory requirements, or government initiatives, it’s far too easy for organizations to be left behind.
Maxxess Systems is showcasing the company’s newly designed Ambit™ Event Management Communications Software here at ISC West 2019. Ambit’s powerful communications capabilities provides security management and first responders with real-time “human intelligence” via users’ smartphone and tablets, along with a host of remote access control and geo-tracking capabilities, enabling better management of daily operations and potentially threatening events.
Shot Tracer is showcasing the company’s new Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes™ Integrated Gunshot Sensor and Camera System here at ISC West 2019. The latest addition to Shot Tracer’s portfolio of economical and easily deployed gunshot detection portfolio of products, Eagle Eyes’ integrated wide-area video capabilities with auto-push notifications ushers in a new generation of solutions to combat active shooter incidents. Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes integrates patented gunshot detection sensor technology with three integrated wide angle 5MP cameras.
Shot Tracer® is showcasing its newly introduced Hawk™ Outdoor Gunshot Detection Sensor here at ISC West 2019. Hawk extends the extreme accuracy, life-saving detection capabilities and cost-effectiveness of Shot Tracer’s proven gunshot detection solutions to encompass exterior locations. By automatically detecting and pushing notifications of gunshot activity from the instant an incident begins to unfold, Hawk further empowers security personnel and first responders to best manage active shooter situations before a facility is breached.
Shot Tracer is displaying its portfolio of gunshot detection solutions at ISC West 2019. New products on display include the Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes™ Integrated Gunshot Sensor and Camera System that integrates the company’s patented gunshot sensor technology with wide area video capabilities and auto-push IP notifications, and the Shot Tracer Hawk™ Outdoor Gunshot Detection Sensor which extends the unparalleled accuracy of the company’s highly accurate gunshot detection technology to exterior locations.
Maxxess Systems is demonstrating its new Multi-Form Panic Solution here at ISC West 2019. Designed to work with any smartphone, tablet, PC keyboard or wearable device, the new Multi-Form Panic Solution effectively lowers the cost of entry for proactive security for a wide range of applications. A software driven solution, Maxxess’ Multi-Form Panic Solution can be configured to work with any smartphone, tablet, PC keyboard or wearable device. It is a clean, green and safe solution that makes an impact right away.
The Z-Wave Alliance will host the Z-Wave Pavilion at ISC West 2019, with Alliance members introducing and demonstrating their latest Z-Wave solutions. The Z-Wave Alliance offers security dealers and integrators the opportunity to interact with the latest Z-Wave technology in one central location as well as network with manufacturers that are leading the global smart home and IoT security industry. Silicon Labs will also demonstrate the innovative Z-Wave 700 platform.
Bosch will showcase how its offerings deliver value to integrators and end users by enhancing security, improving efficiency, and solving common challenges, at ISC West 2019. To demonstrate the full power of these solutions, Bosch will simulate a retail store within its booth where visitors can experience how integrated solutions improve overall safety and security, reduce shrink, and help retailers improve merchandising and operations.
nuPSYS’ 3D visualization is real-time for Milestone customers and prospects’ infrastructure, security and network; with benefits of user experience and command-&-control massively improved. Visual alarming drastically accelerates: time-to-action, smart infrastructure, integrated view, city-scale to single-pole for public safety and security visualization; including sensor and camera networks, 3D physical visualization with instant alarming, scalable to any public complex, campus, community or city infrastructure.
Smart homes are the next big thing. You may not realize it yet, but somewhere your day will be easier because of it. Smart home technology is not only impacting the houses its installed into. Its reach stretches to other industries like business, science and even health care. Here is an infographic detailing the numbers and change caused by smart homes. The rapid rate of growth in the smart home industry has an effect on all kinds of industries.
Bosch is growing with connected energy and building solutions. Last year, the Energy and Building Technology business sector sold some 13 million web-enabled devices – everything from connected heating, cooling, and ventilation systems in office buildings, to smart home applications. Bosch is also focusing on platforms and partnerships in its energy and building technology activities.
In contrast to exposed smart doorbells, the theft-proof indoor Brinno DUO camera provides a clear image of visitors via a built-in 2.7-inch LCD screen, transforming the hard-to-see peephole into clear front head-to-shoulder images. These images are automatically saved onto an SD card locally in the device. For residents not at home, they can use Brinno’s app to see a live view of their front door area or check the visitor log remotely anywhere and at any time.
FLIR Systems, Inc. announced the FLIR Firefly® camera family, the industry’s first deep learning inference-enabled machine vision camera. The FLIR Firefly, which integrates the Intel Movidius Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU), is designed for image analysis professionals using deep learning for more accurate decisions, and faster, easier system development. The FLIR Firefly combines a new, affordable machine vision platform with the power of deep learning to address complex and subjective problems such as recognizing faces or classifying the quality of a solar panel.
The “Enjoy Smart Life” imou Brand Launch Conference was held in Beijing, where industry – experts, imou primary partners, and user representatives gathered together to witness the launch of imou and the new brand image it delivers. The conference also demonstrated new AI products and “1+N+X” concept. As a Dahua Technology’s brand for consumer IoT products, imou is based on the “Dahua Heart of City (HOC)” framework, focusing on a new brand strategy for global market to provide high quality products & services for consumers.
Dortronics continues to enhance its portfolio of smart door interlock and mantrap solutions with their highly versatile and economical 4800 Series Intelligent Interlock Controllers and 4900 Series PLC Mantrap Controllers, which are both prominently featured in the company’s new exhibit at GSX 2018. The 4800 Series Door Interlock Controller accommodates up to five doors, including doors with automatic openers. The unit features adjustable timers for propped door time, panic release unlock time, and unlock pause time for REX unlock time.
The Z-Wave Alliance is hosting their annual Z-Wave Fall Summit on September 24-26, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA. Twice a year, the 700+ member consortium holds member summits in the U.S. and in Europe where attendees listen to and participate in a series of engaging panels, fireside chats, and workshops led by industry leaders and peers on smart home and IoT. The two-day event will take place at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue and commence with a keynote by Katelyn Mason of Google on The Future of the Intelligent Interactions, with insight into future products that will take advantage of ambient computing and contextual awareness.
Nest and Google have announced that starting on Wednesday, the Nest x Yale lock will gain compatibility with the Google Assistant. In more concrete terms, it’ll add voice commands to let users remotely check the status of the lock and lock their doors from any location. You’ll be able to lock the door by voice – but, it’s worth noting, not unlock it… because, you know, security.
Swann becomes the first security company to launch Google Assistant voice control on its wired multi-camera 4K surveillance systems. Swann is providing users with a home security system that has improved heat-sensing activity detection and amazing 4K Ultra HD video resolution. Easily viewed on TV, computer or hand-held devices through the HomeSafe View app, the 4K systems are designed for security deterrence with increased image clarity so you can see what’s really happening.
Genetec announced the new ‘File Request’ feature for its Genetec Clearance™ digital evidence management system. The feature is designed to make it easy for the general public and private businesses to contribute to crime-solving efforts by sharing relevant video and photos from their cell phones and surveillance systems with law enforcement agencies. The new feature is simple to use: investigators create a file request link or QR code that can be shared with the public in a variety of ways such as via social media, on the web or on the news. Contributors can then upload videos, photos, and other evidence directly into Clearance for police officers, investigators and security managers to review and use as part of their investigation.
NEC Corporation announced its provision of facial recognition software for use in “Stream System” smartphones manufactured and sold by Algerian electronics manufacturer Bomare Company (Bomare). The FIDO (Fast Identity Online) standard compliant software enables user authentication by facial recognition without sending biometric data from smartphones online. Bomare, which manufactures and sells smartphones, tablets, televisions and other electronic devices, has adopted NEC’s facial recognition software for use in a new Android OS smartphone.