FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) introduced the FLIR FB-Series O fixed bullet thermal security camera designed for short to mid-range perimeter protection. The FLIR FB-Series O offers plug-and-play integration with FLIR United VMS and certified by other major third-party video management solutions, making it a versatile solution for new or existing security systems.
SpotterRF, the leader in low cost compact surveillance radar (CSR), and an ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Winner, has been selected by VTI Security, one of the largest independently owned security systems integrators in the U.S., as a sole source radar standard. After rigorous testing, VTI Security now uses SpotterRF compact surveillance radar (CSR) for all CIP-014 electrical substation protection projects as defined by the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act (CIPA).
Netvision will be exhibiting at booth 552 and is excited to introduce its new line of mobile surveillance trailers and pole mount camera systems to the thousands of law enforcement officers who will be in attendance. Their new line of security and surveillance solutions was designed specifically for law enforcement, military, homeland security and emergency management applications.
Next week at Transport Security Expo, Olympia, London, Optex will be exhibiting complete detection and access control solutions tailored for the transportation sector. This includes high security intrusion detection systems for perimeter protection; access control, directional analysis, and thrown object detection systems to protect controlled areas; and obstacle/people detection for railway safety applications.
Southwest Microwave has expanded the Software Development Kit (SDK) options for its INTREPID™ Series II perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) with the addition of the Remote Polling Module II (RPM II) SDK. The RPM II package, consisting of an IP-based application layer protocol and accompanying system control hardware module, provides simplified high-level interface between third-party physical security information management (PSIM) or surveillance systems and INTREPID detection technologies.
SpotterRF, a previous ASIS Accolades winner, announced availability of its newest, widest coverage radar
system—the SpotterRF C950. At a trim five pounds, the C950 is extremely
lightweight, as with all SpotterRF radar models. Yet, its 300-acre
coverage area is twice that of any commercial SpotterRF product to date.
There are no moving parts to maintain as with rotating radar with
similar coverage potential.
Network video offers excellent possibilities for the operator of an industrial plant (such as these cooling towers of nuclear power plant) to integrate security, safety, and production control in one system. A centralized system combines the supervision of all processes, video surveillance, intrusion protection and access control, and allows security staff to reliably detect, verify, and identify alarms – both from remote sites as well as from a central control room.
Southwest Microwave has expanded Software Development Kit (SDK) options for its INTREPID™ Series II perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) with the addition of the Remote Polling Module II (RPM II) SDK. The RPM II package, consisting of an IP-based application layer protocol and accompanying system control hardware module, provides simplified high-level interface between third-party physical security information management (PSIM) or surveillance systems and INTREPID™ detection technologies.
The Duchossois Group, Inc. (TDG) announced today that it has acquired Controlled Products Systems Group , Inc. (CPSG), headquartered in Denver, Colorado . CPSG is one of the largest wholesale distributor s of perimeter access control solutions in the US , and supplies equipment to authorized dealers from coast to coast, offering t he highest quality and most widely recognized brands of access control pro ducts available on the market. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
SightLogix President and CEO John Romanowich will moderate a webcast on Wednesday, September 10 at 1:00pm on impending regulations and their impact on owners and operators of the North American electric grid. This Security Industry Association (SIA) webcast will discuss the role for security providers to help utilities meet increased physical security requirements, the potential scope of applicable facilities, an explanation of the timelines for compliance, and details to resolve before the finalization of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulation.