March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, announced a new video recording platform purpose-built to capture high-definition IP video and integrated vehicle data in demanding bus environments. March Networks RideSafe™ MT Series IP Recorders provide transportation agencies with sharp megapixel video evidence, automated wireless downloading, Power over Ethernet, and innovative search and investigation capabilities, all while maintaining the exceptional reliability and ease of service customers have come to expect from March Networks.
Genetec announced that its technology partner Alutel Mobility, a manufacturer of mobile access control systems, now offers extended access control capabilities to open areas, transport facilities, construction sites, mining, oil and gas operations, and education establishments without having to rely on physical readers or installations. Alutel Mobile is available now for Genetec™ Security Center, the company’s unified, open-architecture platform that combines access control, video management systems and automatic license plate recognition (ALPR).
OnSSI announces a technology partnership with Safety Vision, LLC, an industry leading vendor of mobile video surveillance solutions. The collaboration enables integration of Safety Vision’s RoadRecorder® 8000 mobile server with OnSSI’s Ocularis 5 VMS for viewing and management of cameras on a single mobile server in transportation applications. This allows users to integrate images from mobile camera systems installed in vehicles with stationary cameras on the Ocularis 5 VMS platform to deliver greatly improved situational awareness and documentation.
Farpointe Data, the access control industry’s trusted global partner for RFID solutions, announced that handheld mobile reader (WMR) systems using Farpointe reader modules are now available from Cypress Integrated Solutions. The handheld reader combines a Farpointe card reader and a wireless Cypress Suprex Reader-Extender in one portable unit so that the user can perform reads at any place versus readers in only a fixed location.
Apollo Video Technology (Apollo Video) has been named the transit bus market leader in the Americas according to the 2015 edition of the World Market for Mobile Video Surveillance Equipment report. Released by IHS Inc., a global business information and analytics provider, the report ranks companies based on annual sales revenue and is published every-other year. For the third consecutive time, Apollo Video was recognized as the market leader in the Americas, an achievement held since 2010.
Amongst the releases is Command Centre v7.30 – the next generation of Gallagher’s globally recognized central management platform which introduces their new mobile application. Also released is the Controller 6000 Starter Kits, and new functionality for Gallagher’s award winning T20 Card + PIN Terminal, which now provides comprehensive alarm functionality.
MicroPower Technologies Inc., an award-winning provider of surveillance solutions optimized for rapid, cost-effective deployment, announced today the appointment of Tim McConnell as Vice President of Engineering. In this new role, McConnell will spearhead technology strategy and development, and lead the engineering team as it further develops rich feature-sets and increased functionality for the company’s advanced technology portfolio.
Minuteman Security Technologies is getting into product manufacturing with the introduction of TransitSentry, a mobile IP video surveillance and security monitoring system designed specifically for mass transit vehicles. The integrator developed TransitSentry over the course of the past two years while it was working on a $7 million mobile video surveillance project for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
A couple of years ago HauteSpot Networks introduced the microNVR which was and remains a valuable tool for video security. The premise of the microNVR is to be a small (as in “micro”), power efficient, computing device that has all sorts of connectivity and the ability to store and process video at the edge. In this case the edge means on a pole, in a car, along a fence, on a roof, out in the woods – anywhere you just cannot place a big computer.
Many government and commercial organizations want to be able to easily stream video from a single point to many receivers over the public Internet. For instance, a large traffic accident on a freeway may have video from traffic cameras, video from news helicopters, and video from patrol cars all coming back to a central command site. Incident commanders at that central site want to send these video sources back out to all first responders, over the Internet, to their smart phones, in-vehicle computers, and tablet devices.
When most people think of a wireless mobile router, they think “MiFi” which is a term coined by Verizon for their version of an 802.11 Access Point with Internet backhaul connectivity over a cellular data network like LTE, EVDO, or UMTS. This is fine if the objective of your router is to only do one thing: connect to the Internet and let others share that connection using 802.11 WiFi. This is only one narrow application.
The complete MicroVu™ HD In-Car Video System is only 4” long by 1” tall and is designed for incredibly easy and unobtrusive use, from initial installation to its unprecedented automatic login & recording capabilities and interoperability.
March Networks, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to announce its new RideSafe solution for bus, para-transit, and passenger rail. A true enterprise-class video surveillance offering, March Networks RideSafe provides transportation agencies with comprehensive oversight across their entire operation including on transit vehicles, and in stations, depots, and park-and-rides.
Identiv (NASDAQ: INVE), a global security technology company that provides trust solutions for premises, information, and everyday items, announced its presence at ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Atlanta, GA, September 29 – October 2, 2014. At the conference, the company will unveil its uTrust Verge access control solution.
If you’ve ever worked in a SCIF or another secure facility where mobile technology is prohibited, you know the pains of being isolated from the outside world. Not only are you stuck in an often windowless, sterile room for hours upon hours, day after day, but you’re digitally cut off from the rest of the world.
S2 Security, the leader in IP-based integrated physical security systems, announced the introduction of S2 Mobile Security Officer®, a revolutionary tablet app that makes security departments more effective. With S2 Mobile Security Officer, security management and staff can now operate their S2 access control and video management systems from anywhere, dramatically improving productivity, decision-making and response time.
Axis Communications, the global leader in network video surveillance, today launches mobile surveillance apps for its AXIS Camera Companion and hosted video solutions to provide users with quick and easy access to their surveillance system from anywhere with Apple and Android devices.