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Alarm Panels<p>​Napco Security Technologies, Inc., of Amityville, New York, and Control4 Corporation of Salt Lake City, Utah, have announced that Napco Security System software has recently been Control4-certified. The Napco Gemini Security Series is the first security panel line to integrate with Control4’s Simple Device Discovery Protocol (SDDP). With SDDP, the Control4 system can automatically find and add SDDP-enabled devices to the platform, dramatically reducing complexity and installation time. The Gemini alarm panels are automation-ready and can be integrated to Control4 via Ethernet.&#160;</p>
Thermal Camera<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">The new SightSensor thermal camera from SightLogix of Princeton, New Jersey, uses less power than previous models, allowing its solar and wireless capabilities to reduce infrastructure requirements often needed for outdoor security projects. With lens options that range from wide areas to 600-meter distances, and a nitrogen-purged enclosure, the cameras provide high probability of detection and low nuisance alarm rates in all weather and lighting conditions. The new cameras offer support for ONVIF and H.264, plus audio messages triggered in response to alarm conditions, simplified connections, and a flexible browser-based configuration option.&#160;</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1214%20SightLogix%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Door Control<p><span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, is offering four-door Access Control Kits featuring Secura Key’s revolutionary new NOVA.16 16-door control panel at a discounted kit price. The kits include the 16-door control panel, SK-NET software, a DC power supply, and four Smart Readers. Kits are available in either Radio Key/HID Dual Technology proximity or e*Tag contactless technologies in either mullion or wall-switch style readers. The Smart Readers support all the local connections at each door. They only require data and 12 VDC reader power from the control panel, which can be daisy chained from reader-to-reader.&#160;</span><br></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1214%20Secura%20Key%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Gunfire Detection<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">SST, Inc., of Newark, California, has launched Secure Campus, a gunfire detection system designed to provide both indoor and outdoor coverage at schools and other critical infrastructure locations. It instantly detects gunfire and notifies law enforcement, campus security personnel, staff, and other first responders, allowing them to mitigate active shooter situations as soon as possible. It collects location information from audio receivers throughout the school and outdoors, providing accuracy and context. It provides re­sponders with critical situational awareness data, including a detailed campus map, chronological mapping of gunfire, location of shooter and where rounds have been fired, and location of the injured.&#160;</span></p>
Mobile Tracking<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">S2 Security of Framingham, Massachusetts, has introduced the S2 Mobile Security Officer, a tablet app that makes security departments more effective. Security managers and staff can now operate their S2 access control and video management systems from anywhere, improving productivity, decision-making, and response time. It is designed for ease of use, speed of information sharing, and real-time response to situations in the field. All actions taken by field security officers are instantly sent back to the command center. Users can open or lock doors, monitor activity and alarms, and muster for evacuations. It also lets users take photos and control surveillance cameras.</span></p>
Monitor Wall Mount<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">Video Mount Products of Stevensville, Maryland, has introduced the FP-XMLPAB low-profile articulating wall mount with tilt and list adjustment capa­bilities. This unit accommodates 32- to 52-inch flat panel monitors. With a closed depth of 1.5 inches and a fully opened extension of 16.2 inches, it offers a fully adjustable 15-degree tilt, 3-degree list adjustment, and ± 45 degrees of rotation. For added security, the mounting rails accept padlocks. It also includes integrated cable management.</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1214%20Video%20Mount%20Product%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Network Illuminators<p>​Raytec Global of Ashington, United Kingdom, has introduced new HTTP commands for controlling its VARIO IP PoE network illuminators from any network device. These commands provide more integration possibilities, with easy configuration at the device interface level rather than at a software level. Users can respond to live events in real time, triggering lighting to deter crime or altering settings for best CCTV images and safety. The illuminators are fully integrated into Milestone's XProtect video management system, and they contribute to an intelligent and responsive nighttime security system. 109</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1214%20Raytec%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Perimeter Robot<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">RoboGuard is an agile surveillance robot that travels on a monorail, constantly patrolling a secured perimeter. New from Senstar of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, the robot has two primary operational modes. In routine patrol mode, the robot scans and searches for perimeter anomalies, such as holes in the fence or suspicious objects. In response mode, the robot acts as first responder and rushes promptly to an intrusion alert. A single robot covers 500 to 1,000 meters with a docking station between two adjacent robots for battery recharging and wireless communication. Equipment can include a laser scanner, fixed and pan-tilt-zoom cameras with infrared illuminators, and a two-way intercom.&#160;</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Senstar_Robo_with_Docking_Station_01.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Power Supply<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">​Securitron of Phoenix, Arizona, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, has introduced EcoPower, an efficient power supply designed to work with low-power electrified locks, such as Corbin Russwin or SARGENT locks with Ecoflex technology. The compact access control power supply reduces standby power consumption by 99 percent compared to linear and switching power supplies. EcoPower includes two outputs for a lock and card reader, a battery charger, an access control input, and a fire alarm input with optional fire alarm latching for Canadian installations.&#160;</span></p>
Reporting<p>​<span style="font-size&#58;11pt;font-family&#58;calibri, sans-serif;">San Diego-based Trackforce and PPM of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, have announced a new integration between GuardTek officer management solutions and Perspective by PPM incident management software, respectively. Now visually enriched activity reports created by security officers on the GuardTek platform are automatically recorded in Perspective, enabling command centers to seamlessly process field activities without entering report data manually. Bidirectional communication between the applications allows call categories configured in Perspective to immediately be available to officers using GuardTek products.&#160;</span></p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1214%20%20PPM%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />