Vector Flow announces integration with the Tyco Software House C•CURE 9000 and Johnson Controls. The integration allows customers to manage personnel, automate physical access assignments more efficiently by leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make recommendations on access needed. The integration also optimizes the configuration of physical security devices managed by C•CURE 9000 thus reducing false alarms and increasing SOC productivity.
Johnson Controls is introducing Cloudvue with access control, with the Tyco Kantech KT-1 one-door controller. This powerful technology collaboration enables centrally managed cloud video surveillance and access control across an entire organization from a single browser, part of the Johnson Controls commitment to providing technology so customers can maintain safe building environments, healthy business operations and seamless occupant experiences.
StoneLock announced the official integration Johnson Controls Access Control, together with providing contactless security and event management technologies that enhance security, privacy, and ease of use. Released in 2020, the StoneLock GO delivers a true frictionless authentication of users and simplified enrollment intentionally built to protect the user’s privacy through its proprietary, “faceless” recognition technology for global enterprises.
Johnson Controls and Alcatraz AI have collaborated to provide a comprehensive suite of AI-powered security solutions and services to meet the growing need for frictionless entry and advanced building security. Leveraging its own data-powered access control technology combined with Alcatraz AI’s advanced facial authentication platform, the Alcatraz Rock, Johnson Controls offers comprehensive industry-leading solutions to protect occupants and assets from building intruders and enable healthier hands-free entry.
PSIA announced it has elected Jason Ouellette, as its Chairman and Ewa Pigna, the Chief Technology Officer for LenelS2, a part of Carrier Global Corporation, as its Vice-Chairman. In addition, Peter Boriskin, the Chief Technology Officer for ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions Americas, will continue in his role as the organization’s treasurer. The PSIA membership develops specifications for enabling standards-based sharing of digital data and intelligence throughout the physical security and enterprise ecosystems.
Johnson Controls has launched Tyco Illustra Insight, an intelligent frictionless access management solution for work environments where there is a requirement for a high level of security without disrupting the constant flow of employees, contractors and visitors. The solution offers an unobtrusive, stress-free way for authorized people to smoothly move around buildings, places and spaces, and yet provides security personnel with a highly effective solution.
Johnson Controls has added four new models to its Tyco Illustra Essentials IP camera range. The new fourth-generation Essentials mini-dome, varifocal mini-dome, bullet, and varifocal bullet cameras, which supersede their respective older models, are all equipped with built-in adaptive IR illumination which enables them to capture up to two-megapixel HD resolution images of objects in total darkness up to a distance of 30m (98ft).
Johnson Controls is announcing exacqVision 20.09, which offers an integrated, cost-effective face mask detection solution that can quickly put information into the hands of facility decision-makers to help maintain safe environments for employees and visitors. Based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytics versus pixel-based analytics, exacqVision 20.09 with Face Mask Detection offers improved accuracy and a scalable, efficient solution.
Johnson Controls is introducing a reliable, cyber-hardened IP edge access control device for up to four doors. One of the most powerful, flexible and secure edge access controllers, Tyco Software House iSTAR Edge G2 provides effortless upgrades from existing edge controllers, is OSDP compatible and supports embedded high assurance FICAM operation without additional third-party hardware, making it an ideal solution for both government and commercial users.
Johnson Controls introduces the latest generation of the Tyco American Dynamics victor/ VideoEdge solution, which introduces powerful features such as Intelligent Person Search, Area Occupancy, new Event Management hub, 64-bit client, and NVR Network Interface Card bonding for increased bandwidth. New victor/ VideoEdge AI features give security operations an advantage over potential threats with shortened response times and more accurate intelligent search capabilities.
Johnson Controls has further expanded its Tyco Illustra range with the launch of a new Flex multi-directional camera. Designed to provide a highly cost-effective solution for monitoring activity over wide-open spaces, the second generation Illustra Flex multi-directional camera is equipped with four separate image sensors which can be individually positioned and angled to provide up to 360-degree coverage via four separate non-stitched video streams.
Johnson Controls announced it has acquired the remaining stake of Qolsys, after owning a majority since 2014. Qolsys enhances Johnson Controls’ global innovation platform delivering next-generation security and smart building solutions. By applying data from both inside and outside buildings, Johnson Controls OpenBlue digital platforms empower customers to manage operations while delivering safety and security in dynamic and agile environments.
Johnson Controls is introducing the Innometriks Cheetah SE Bio High Assurance Smart Card Reader with fingerprint biometric matching. The card reader’s advanced system and seamless architecture allow for efficient integration with a range of physical access control systems with its secure and open-based OSDP protocol. With this update, enrollments are captured and stored in a central database and matched via OSDP or stored directly on a smartcard,
PSA announced the addition of Tyco Cloud to its Managed Security Service Provider Program (MSSP). Tyco Cloud is a cloud-based physical security management suite from Johnson Controls developed for video surveillance, access control, intelligence, and integration services on an open and modern microservices architecture. Tyco Cloud provides the cost efficiency of software as a service with the simplicity of secure cloud connected hardware.
Johnson Controls introduces the exacqVision G-Series PoE, an easy-to-use video recording solution that offers the full sophistication of exacqVision VMS on an affordable NVR, without the hassle of wiring cameras to a power supply. Ideal for customers with smaller facilities, this compact NVR offers substantial flexibility with a generous PoE budget, delivering 15 watts simultaneous on all ports, and up to 30 watts on any port.
Johnson Controls introduces the Tyco HD Encoder, an ideal solution that allows HD and SD analog cameras to function within an evolving IP infrastructure. The product is supported by both exacqVision, American Dynamics and VideoEdge. Available in one-and four-channel options, the Tyco HD Encoder allows users in networked environments to retain HD and SD cameras while adding IP cameras over time, leveraging the benefits of IP while utilizing their existing analogue infrastructure.
Johnson Controls introduces the exacqVision Facial Matching solution, an Artificial Intelligence enabled system that provides immediate notification of persons of interest who are returning to a retail business, venue, or other premises. Tyco will be displaying the solution at the NRF 2020 show in New York, January 12-14. Using highly accurate deep learning analytics, exacqVision Facial Matching serves as a “front door host,” with immediate recall of recognized visitors that arrive on-site.
Patriot One Technologies announced an integration partnership with Johnson Controls International. The signed agreement follows successful PATSCAN Platform demonstrations at the ISC West Conference and Cisco Live. The integrated solution and subsequent ongoing development efforts will become part of overall security system deployment projects with Johnson Controls’ key clients, including sports franchises and a global transportation client.
Johnson Controls has updated its Tyco Software House C•CURE 9000 security and event management system with new tools to optimize its security operations. Enhancements include metatags, broadened search capabilities and enhancements in video association, along with adding an additional layer of security with Multi-Factor Authentication mobile integration. C•CURE 9000 v2.80 users now have the ability to add two-factor authentication without needing to upgrade readers.
Johnson Controls has announced Tyco Cloud, a new cloud-based security suite developed to help customers move costly and complex security infrastructure for access control and video surveillance to the cloud. With Tyco Cloud, organizations can reduce costs, improve enterprise security management and scale security operations on-demand, providing unlimited possibilities to deliver security services over the internet. Tyco Cloud allows users to protect lives, assets, and facilities.