PACOM Systems announced it will be featuring a sneak peek of its next generation of solutions at the GSX tradeshow Sept. 12-14 in Atlanta, Georgia. PACOM’s newest cloud-based solution is an intelligent, user-friendly, and centrally controlled management platform. This powerful solution is also available on a mobile app to give full control virtually anywhere, anytime. It is designed primarily for monitoring and analyzing security, CCTV, and building management data from thousands of remote sites to bring insights and greater efficiencies to any business.
At GSX (booth # 1843), Genetec will unveil the latest version of Security Center which will offer new features to streamline security operations. Genetec will also demonstrate the latest version of Security Center Synergis™, the company’s IP-based access control system (ACS) that provides enhanced cybersecurity, flexibility, and insights. With an expanding list of integrated devices, Synergis empowers users to break free from proprietary access control systems and avoid the long-term limitations and risks of closed solutions.
March Networks announced several innovative enhancements to its retail solution that use AI and cloud technology to help quick-service restaurants (QSRs) and other retailers cut losses from theft, improve customer service, and drive profitability. With mobile and online ordering more popular than ever due to the pandemic, streamlining curbside delivery is a top priority for retailers.
Genetec will showcase the latest version of Security Center, the company’s flagship security and analytics platform; the latest generation of its AutoVu Sharp V ALPR cameras, and Mission Control, the company’s situational intelligence and decision management system. Genetec will also feature solutions to help organizations migrate from their obsolete access control systems and replace outdated technology that could leave them vulnerable to cyber threats.
ASIS International announced its keynote and game changer lineup for the hybrid Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2021, taking place 27-29 September in-person at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL and online via the GSX digital platform. The education lineup, addressing the most pressing security challenges, kicks off with the launch of the GSX digital platform on Wednesday 15 September.
ASIS International has announced its programming lineup for the hybrid Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2021, with in-person and digital experiences taking place 27-29 September at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, FL and via the online GSX event platform. Encompassing 80+ sessions tackling vital issues in the security profession, the GSX education lineup will be staged across six learning theaters at the in-person event.
Boon Edam announced they are showcasing a new optical turnstile, the Speedlane Compact, as well as presenting the inaugural first episode of BoonTV about “Scalable Security” at the GSX+ virtual exhibition hosted by ASIS International. This week, September 21-25, 2020, security professionals from across the globe are converging online to participate in over 100 educational sessions, network with peers, and visit the virtual “Marketplace” to browse and learn about new and innovative security technologies.
ASIS International opens their annual conference today on an entirely new virtual platform to provide maximum value for association members during the unprecedented global pandemic.The new virtual experience, branded GSX+, builds on the annual Global Security Exchange (GSX) event and promises to be the largest virtual gathering of global security professionals. GSX+ is delivering a fully virtual experience that includes CPE-eligible education sessions, a robust Marketplace (virtual exhibit hall), and lively peer-to-peer networking.
IDIS, a global security company that designs, develops, and manufactures surveillance solutions for a wide range of commercial and public sector markets, is proud to be participating in the Global Security Exchange Plus (GSX+) virtual exhibit. While most all industry trade shows have had to opt for online experiences, GSX+ promises to deliver the high caliber of expertise, influence, and resources synonymous with this flagship ASIS International event.
Boon Edam today announced that they will be exhibiting in the first virtual GSX+ conference, September 21-25, 2020. The company will be introducing a new optical turnstile, the Speedlane Compact, and will also be presenting an educational session about “Scalable Security” at the event. This year, the ASIS International organization is presenting GSX+ as a fully virtual conference to provide the security industry with a forum to learn, network and collaborate in this pandemic year.
ASIS International has announced its educational lineup for Global Security Exchange Plus 2020. The impressive slate includes more than 100 scheduled and on-demand sessions, organized into five subject matter areas, and reinforces ASIS’s commitment to providing the most diverse, thought-provoking, educational programs for security professionals worldwide. Through GSX+, attendees can earn up to 25 CPEs. Attendees with an All-Access pass will be able to access GSX+ sessions.
ASIS International has announced that General Stan McChrystal, US Army (RET), will present a GSX+ keynote address on Military & Law Enforcement Appreciation Day at GSX+. The presentation, titled Leading in a New World, will take place on Wednesday, 23 September. He is best known for developing and implementing a comprehensive counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan, and for creating a cohesive counter-terrorism organization.
ASIS International announced its decision to move GSX 2020 to a fully virtual experience, titled GSX+, which includes more than 80 industry-leading education sessions, a robust exhibition marketplace, and unique peer-to-peer networking opportunities. Following months of careful evaluation of the risks associated with convening an event of 20,000 professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic, ASIS leadership concluded that transitioning GSX to a virtual-only environment for its 2020 event
BCDVideo is marking its 20th year in business at the GSX 2019. Since its founding in 1999, BCDVideo has evolved into a multinational hardware manufacturer with close to 100,000 systems currently recording video surveillance in 75 countries. BCDVideo’s customer-first approach has allowed the company to become a trusted source for security integrators seeking innovative and purpose-built video data infrastructure and appliances.
Genetec Inc. announced Genetec ClearID, a self-service physical identity and access management system that standardizes and enforces security policies to help make organizations more efficient, compliant and secure. Available in North America on September 2019, and globally in early 2020, ClearID will be showcased at the GSX 2019. ClearID removes the day-to-day complexities of managing individual cardholders and access rights.
As securing the nation’s critical infrastructure attracts more attention from federal and state governments, the need for high security locking solutions will continue to increase. ABLOY USA will be showcasing ABLOY PROTEC2 CLIQ™ Connect, an access control mobile app for large, geographically challenged organizations such as utilities and corporate enterprises. Along with CLIQ Connect, ABLOY USA will also feature the ABLOY®PROTEC2 Super Weather Proof padlock.
Boon Edam announced they are emphasizing the theme of tailgating mitigation and integration at the GSX exhibition in Chicago, IL. GSX is an annual event that brings together over 20,000 participants from across the security profession for a week of networking, educational opportunities and discovering the latest security solutions. Boon Edam is also the official turnstile sponsor of the show. Boon Edam is also the official turnstile sponsor of the show.
Axis Communications was honored with an Innovative Product Award for its AXIS Device Manager at the 2018 GSX. The on-premise tool delivers an easy, cost-effective and secure way for security system installers and administrators to manage a couple thousand Axis network cameras, access control and audio devices on one site – or several thousand devices across multiple sites. A staple of cybersecurity management, AXIS Device Manager can manage cybersecurity controls on Axis devices by managing HTTPS and upload IEEE 802.1x certificates, accounts and passwords.
March Networks™ announced its complete lineup for Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2018. In addition to the company’s industry-leading solutions for financial, retail and transportation organizations, March Networks will showcase its newly launched Software as a Service (SaaS) offering for quick service restaurant (QSR) and convenience store (c-store) franchisees, as well as its seed-to-sale tracking and compliance solution for the cannabis market.