DW® announces the release of our new 5MP complete Universal HD over Coax® surveillance solution. The new products include 5MP Star-Light Plus™ color in ultra-low-light UHDoC cameras, VMAX® A1 Plus™ UHDoC digital video recorders (DVR) and C3™ CMS, a brand new remote management software for DW’s VMAX A1 Plus™ DVRs and VMAX IP Plus™ NVRs. The complete solution and individual products are ideal for users looking to discover new ROI.
Electro-optics experts HGH are showcasing this week their new ‘’Mobile Deployment Kit’’ for SPYNEL-M at IFSEC 2019. The international company is well-known for their 360° SPYNEL thermal sensors, used for Security and Defence applications. The SPYNEL-M sensor is the most compact and lightweight of the HGH SPYNEL range. The thermal camera is used for temporary protection of a perimeter during a mission, to secure the visit of a VIP, a public event, construction sites, or even borders.
Leica Geosystems is showcasing the Leica BLK247, a real-time reality capture sensor for building security and operations, that was announced at HxGN LIVE. Part of the BLK product line, the BLK247 uses LiDAR, 3D digital fencing and continuous scanning to monitor buildings and spaces 24/7. Drawing on the precision and speed of the Leica BLK360, the BLK247 is an intelligent device that can alert appropriate staff of physical changes, expected or unexpected, within a space.
Canadian home and business owners could prevent many damaging and costly water leaks with an automatic water shut-off system pairing technologies from Montreal-based Inflotrolix and Interlogix, a global leader in security and life-safety solutions. Interlogix is part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.
Berk-Tek defines the uLAN as an emerging network made up of non-traditional ethernet-enabled utility devices that are now connecting to the network. While the traditional Core LAN—comprised of the PC, VoIP phone and WiFi—is not expected to undergo significant change through 2022, the emerging uLAN is expected to grow significantly over that time. The uLAN and the network infrastructure supporting it will be largely responsible for connecting and powering the billions of new devices.
Siemplify released a new version of its security operations platform. Version 5.0 continues to raise the bar for end-to-end security operations management, adding new capabilities that make security analysts more productive, security engineers more effective and SOC managers more informed and empowered. The Siemplify Security Operations Platform now enables organizations to streamline both tactical and strategic responses.
Brosnan Security has unveiled its newest SmartTruck, transformed by MetTel IoT into a connected mobile command center. Brosnan is rolling out the new SmartTrucks to big box retail store parking lots nationwide through 2019. MetTel, a communications and digital transformation (DX) leader, installed its Internet of Things (IoT) – based Fleet Management technology to connect, automate and optimize the vigilance and operations of Brosnan security vehicles.
Nokia Bell Labs driven industry group is building key enablers for fast 5G network based on smart light poles, which will form the digital backbone of future smart cities. The LuxTurrim5G ecosystem project has developed the 5G smart pole concept where 5G base stations, a variety of different sensors, video cameras, displays and other devices have been integrated to light poles. This creates a novel platform providing fast, low latency mobile communications.
Northrop Grumman Corporation launched a new research consortium with universities to advance machine learning and artificial intelligence programs. The research consortium, known as Research in Applications for Learning Machines (REALM), was established to foster collaboration between leading universities with strong machine learning and artificial intelligence programs. The REALM consortium is an industry-academia partnership.
Today, the market demand is strong for access control technology that employs mobile credentials managed and implemented via apps on personal smartphones, replacing the need for physical cards. Mobile credentialing has the potential to improve both security and convenience and is delivering enhanced protection in many ways. To date, however, mobile credentialing has not been able to find the balance between security and convenience.