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Suicide Bomb Detector<p>​The BD300 Suicide Bomb Detector from HSS Development of White Plains, New York, is a real-time, self-contained, long-range, sensitive ferrous, and ferromagnetic technology that can detect and measure disturbances in electromagnetic fields. These detections are converted into threat attributes that trigger the system to react. The system uses low-power fluxgate magnetometer technology in conjunction with a proprietary embedded system pro­­cessing algorithm. Its range is adjusta­ble from a few inches to more than 12 feet. Radio frequency jamming can be ac­tivated by the operator if a threat is de­tected and the situation requires active blocking of radio trigger functions.&#160;</p>
Mobile Access<p>​HID Global of Austin, Texas, introduced HID Mobile Access to combine convenience with advanced security for access control using smart devices. Powered by Seos, the system supports near-field communications (NFC) and Bluetooth Smart for interoperability with many models of iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Patented Twist and Go gesture technology enables users to open doors and gates from a distance, while adding another layer of authentication, and the solution’s user-friendly online portal streamlines identity management for operational efficiency. The portal offers a batch-upload feature for creating user profiles and optimizing management of digital credentials</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0316%20Marketplace%20HID%20Gate%20201545.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Biometric ID Management<p>​<span style="line-height&#58;15px;">Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, teamed with Entertech&#160;</span><span style="line-height&#58;15px;">Systems of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to integrate its biometric readers and identity management platform with the Software House C-CURE 9000 security and event management system. The integration adds the full Suprema product line to Tyco’s existing biometric portfolio via the BioConnect 3.1 update. Now operators can manage a single user record for both standard access control and biometric access. The integration includes the Suprema FaceStation, a smart face recognition IP terminal, which also offers multifactor authentication with a card and PIN.&#160;</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0216%20Marketplace%20tyco%20biometric%20fingerprint%20system%20ccure-suprema-collage.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Mobile Power<p>​Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, released a mobile power distribu­tion system that steps down 208Y electrical current to 120 volts AC. The MDC-208Y-100MB-8X120 temporary power distribution system provides safe and reliable power independent of a work area. The portable transformer features rugged construction and is mounted on a 3/16-inch-thick carbon steel mounting platform. The load center/distribution assembly is mounted to the standard 2- by 2- by 1/8-inch square carbon tubing frame for stability and durability.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0216%20Marketplace%20Larson.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Platform<p>​MicroStrategy Incorporated of Tysons Corner, Virginia, released Usher 3.0, a powerful enterprise security platform that provides advanced security for both logical and physical access, deep identity analytics, and the ability to locate and communicate with users. The platform allows people to move through the enterprise based on their roles and context using digital security badges available as an app on a mobile device. The new version offers more granular privacy controls to users while still com­plying with an organization’s digital badge controls and configurations. Administrators can deploy digital keys and proximity-based authentication using leading systems from Tyco, Lenel, Honeywell, Datawatch, Paxton, and S2 Security. They can locate users on a map for better management of mobile workforces and faster emergency response.&#160;</p>
Door Control<p>​ZKAccess of Fairfield, New Jersey, now offers power over Ethernet (PoE) solutions in its one- and two-door controller kits. The kits can supply power to all access control components, including panels, readers, and third-party door locks. The kits provide an easy way to bring electronic security to doors. Installers connect door controllers to the nearest PoE switch to install the electronic security. Because the panels and readers connect using standard CAT5e/6 network cable, licensed electricians are not needed for the job.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0216%20Marketplace%20ZKAccess%20POE%2012V%202A%20-3.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />