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Johnson Controls Introduces iSTAR Ultra LT Network Door Controller

Johnson Controls introduces the iSTAR Ultra LT Door Controller from Software House, a special edition iSTAR Ultra door controller that provides a full IP architecture and enterprise level features for small to mid-sized access control deployments. iSTAR Ultra LT centralizes all access control decision processing and secures network communications while allowing end users to use existing infrastructure and Power over Ethernet capabilities to reduce costs.

LifeSafety Power Unveils Native Integration With Software House Solution

LifeSafety Power® Inc., Mundelein, Ill., has announced a groundbreaking, new integration with the Software House C•CURE 9000 solution from Tyco Security Products, part of Johnson Controls. The native integration with LifeSafety Power’s intelligent network monitoring modules now allows C•CURE 9000 users to receive and centrally manage alerts and notifications through the software, for monitoring and control of PSX power and distribution modules that are sold and supported through Software House.

Tyco Security Products Brings Multi-Site, Integrated Security To The Edge

Tyco Security Products, part of Johnson Controls, introduces the iSTAR Ultra Video, a palm-sized solution that delivers integrated, small site security scaled for enterprise management and performance. Using C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management software from Software House or American Dynamics’ victor Unified client, iSTAR Ultra Video brings access control and video recording to the edge, allowing users to remotely control up to eight doors and eight IP video cameras using a single appliance, without the need for server software at each site.

Tyco Security Products Launches Shooter Detection System Integration

Tyco Security Products announced that Software House C•CURE 9000, the access-control powerhouse, now integrates with Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System by Shooter Detection Systems, the world leader in gunshot detection technology. The nation’s top 500 enterprise security executives surveyed named the Active Shooter as this year’s top security threat facing their enterprise. This highly anticipated integration complements Tyco Security Product’s offerings with an industry-leading solution to accurately detect gunshots and provide precise location information to first responders and security professionals within a second of the first shot, without the need for human interpretation.

Open Options Announces New Bridge Technologies With Software House And Vanderbilt

Open Options, the industry leader in open platform access control solutions, has partnered with Mercury Security to offer two new bridge technology integrations –with Software House iSTAR Pro and Vanderbilt SMS– that provide even more choices to use access control products such as DNA Fusion™ software. The new bridge technology developed by Mercury and implemented by Open Options for its DNA Fusion access control software provides end users a simple, yet effective, way to transition to an open platform solution from proprietary Software House and legacy Vanderbilt SMS hardware.

Bosch IP-Cameras Integrate With Latest Version Of Software House C•CURE 9000 From Tyco Security Products

Bosch Security Systems, Inc. announces seamless integration of its IP and high definition (HD) cameras and recording solutions with Tyco Security Products’ C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform from Software House. With the integration, customers can monitor and control Bosch fixed and pan-tilt-zoom IP surveillance cameras and receive video analytic events within the C•CURE 9000 software to gain the additional information they need to respond accurately to system events and alarms.

Tyco Security Products Offers EyeLock Nano NXT Iris Authentication

An ideal solution for business, government and other applications, EyeLock nano NXT uses video, rather than still pictures, to capture eye images at 20 frames per second. EyeLock’s technology converts the unique characteristics of each iris into encrypted code, creating a high level of security with a false accept rate during authentication of 1 in 1.5 million for a single eye. The biometric identifier can authenticate up to 20 people per minute while in-motion and at-a-distance of 12 inches.