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Alarm Camera<p>​Axis Communications of Lund, Sweden, has introduced the outdoor- ready, bullet-style AXIS Q29 Temperature Alarm Camera Series for remote monitoring of critical equipment. With two available lens alternatives and a resolution of 336x256, the cameras allow remote monitoring of critical temperatures at both short and long distances. With AXIS Q2901-E and AXIS Q2901-E PT Mount, it is possible to set up multiple alarm zones, which send an alarm when the temperature reaches above or below a preconfigured threshold. The easy-to-install cameras provide visual aids, such as isothermal palettes and spot temperature capabilities, to quickly predict failures by indicating problem areas before the issue becomes visible to the eye or before machinery stops working.&#160;​​</p>
Border Radar<p>​​​Elbit Systems ltd. of Haifa, Israel, has developed a new type of radar that offers extremely long-range foliage penetration for border protection and wide-area persistent surveillance. The system can detect suspicious movements of vehicles and humans in and beyond foliage. Based on ground surveillance radar (GSR) technology, the system provides extremely high resolution, covers a wide range in azimuth and elevation, and enables target separation so users can determine the number of targets in the radar arena. Designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions, the system can secure extremely large areas using multiple radars, which together provide end-to-end, overlapping coverage.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Elbit%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Call Stations<p>​Talkaphone of Niles, Illinois, has in­troduced compact voice over IP call stations for front-door entry, gates, and other applications where both space sav­ings and security are desired. The new VOIP-200 Series call stations feature a contemporary new design and IP66 weather rating for tough environments. High-quality speaker and microphone components work with a proprietary audio enhancement al­go­rithm to offer superior sound clarity. The call stations have a 13-gauge, vandal-resistant, marine-grade stainless steel faceplate and are available with an optional integrated IP camera.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Talkaphone%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
IP Audio Module<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">Barix of Zurich, Switzerland, has introduced the IPAM302 module for vendors and systems integrators seeking to build their own IP audio products—as well as for companies interested in private-label products manufactured by Barix. The module is more compact and uses less expensive connectors than previous generation IPAM modules, and the IPAM302 is forward compatible for the next generation of IPAM modules. The unit includes one serial port and four I/O connections, which OEMs can map to re­lay closures and other devices such as an amplifier, IP speaker, or door station.&#160;</span>​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Barix%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Police Application<p>​​IBM of Armonk, New York, today has expanded its i2 COPLINK portfolio with i2 COPLINK Everywhere, a MobileFirst application that securely delivers access to police data to officers, analysts, and commanders when they are in the field. It accesses the same extensive database as desktop clients, but minimizes keyboard and pointing device input. This capability will enhance officer safety by eliminating or minimizing the need to concentrate on device interaction in favor of focusing on the situation at hand. Mobile access to data and analytics enables offices to validate information and support multiple police functions in the field.&#160;​</p>
Proximity Reader<p>​​Farpointe Data of Sunnyvale, Cal­i­fornia, has introduced the P-900 proximity reader that lets customers access a variety of up to 20-inch read range applications, from the parking lot to an inside door. It works with Farpointe’s Pyramid Series proximity cards and tags as well as certain legacy HID and AWID credentials. The reader is rated IP67 for outdoor usage, and it complies with the UL294 standard. It works in temperature extremes from –40 to +149 degrees Fahrenheit and is vandal resistant.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Farpointe%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Rack Enclosure<p>​​Video Mount Products of Stevensville, Maryland, has launched its new 19-inch Equipment Rack Enclosure (EREN) series. The cost-effective, portable EREN family of 19-inch equipment rack enclosures has been designed for installations where components need protection. The racks come with integrated cooling fans and lockable, removable side panels with optional locks. Rugged and sturdy, with welded steel construction, black powder-coat finish, and 1,000- pound capacity, the EREN-18 includes 18 rack spaces, the EREN-27 includes 27 rack spaces, and the EREN-42E includes 42 rack spaces. They also feature a tempered glass door, adjustable front and rear rails, vented top and bottom, cable-routing knockouts, and leveling feet.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Video%20Mount%20Products%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Secure Payment<p>​​New secure commerce architecture from Verifone of San Jose, California, re­­­duces merchant exposure to large-scale data breaches and reduces the certification burden on U.S. merchants and other payment providers looking to enable EMV acceptance. This architecture decouples cardholder data from the merchant point-of-sale system, creating a direct connection between the payment terminal and payment processor. Because payment data is prevented from entering the POS, it eliminates the potential for data to be stolen there. Card data is encrypted and transmitted directly to the merchant’s payment processor.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Verifone%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Management<p>​CEM Systems of Belfast, Ireland, a Tyco Security Products Company, has released version 6.9 of its AC2000 suite of access control and security management software. This new version offers improved security features and increased performance, with the addition of the SmartCard Utility and support for AES encryption across all CEM DESfire readers. It provides an additional security level, where personnel images can be immediately verified at point of entry. User-defined keys give users ownership of their smartcard personalization process. If encryption keys become compromised, updates can be implemented with minimal impact to security and daily operations.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Tyco%20Security%20Products_CEM.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Smartphone Protection <p>​OS New Horizon of Neve Ilan, Is­rael, has launched OSIGUARD, a biometric antitheft app that protects smartphones from being stolen while ensuring that data remains secure at all times. No hardware add-on is re​quired. Activating OSIGUARD is simple; a short authentication process captures the user’s unique biometric ID signature via an in-air movement. The app provides a step-by-step guide to the signature, then saves the pattern. If anyone attempts to steal the phone, a loud alarm will sound, and only the in-air movement can shut it down. OSIGUARD is currently available for download from Google Play.&#160;</p>