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ATM Lobby Access<p>​Parabit of Roosevelt, New York, introduced the Multi-Media Reader (MMR), which works with mobile NFC devices, wearable technology, and magnetic stripe cards. It is also integrated with the ACS-1E ATM Lobby Access Control/Remote Facility Management System, which detects skimming devices installed on or around the MMR Reader. Patented SkimGard technology detects overlay skimmers plus RFID listeners. The reader supports iPhone 6 and newer, Android phones, and wearable tech with NFC. It allows customers to use their smartphones or cards to enter the ATM lobby. 112</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0117%20Marketplace%20Parabit%20406166%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Video Management<p>​indigovision of Edinburgh, Scotland, launched Video Management Software with control Center v14.0 to improve the way the software is delivered. It can be purchased at three levels&#58; IndigoLite, IndigoPro, and IndigoUltra. The tiered offerings enable customers to buy only what they need. Easier licensing results in straightforward setup and maintenance, saving time and money. Features include real-time monitoring, map-based tracking, video wall compatibility, incident management, NVR switching, and more.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Untitled-1%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Fixed Dome Cameras<p>​​Axis Communications of Lund, Sweden, upgraded sensors and image processing for its AXIS P32 Series. New Mk II fixed dome models combine Axis Lightfinder technology and WDR-Forensic Capture technology for optimal image quality in any light and exceptional image detail in dark and bright areas of a scene. Many models include near infrared illuminators for video in total darkness. Easy to set up and maintain, the cameras are also vandal resistant. Indoor units are dust and impact resistant, while outdoor models are also weatherized. All have day/night functionality and support P-Iris control for image clarity and depth of field.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0117%20Marketplace%20AXIS%20p32%20p3214_15_ve_ceiling_front_1403_hi%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Emergency Calls<p>​New emergency call system kits and components from camden door controls of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, support the use of momentary emergency assistance activation devices. The new CX-WEC12 Emergency Call System Kit is designed for universal restrooms with pushbutton reset, and the CX-WEC13 Emergency Call System Kit works for universal restrooms with key switch reset. They support the use of momentary “press for emergency assistance” activation devices, such as tape switches. Using momentary switches also requires a reset device to deactivate the alarm. The units offer the option for a CM-8000/13 reset push button or CM-1100/14 reset key switch.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0117%20Marketplace%20Camden%20Emergency%20Calla15035_CX_WC13FM%20-%20Camden%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Diagramming Software<p>​faro of Lake Mary, Florida, released FARO Zone 2D diagramming software that is optimized for law enforcement, fire service, and insurance professionals. It allows professionals to quickly create accurate diagrams without the complexity of traditional CAD programs. A new intuitive command interface uses Work-Flow Ribbons to allow users to quickly create diagrams for crashes, crime scenes, pre-incident plans, and fire-protection plans. Diagrams can be saved to several standard image formats for integration into reports.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0117%20Marketplace%20Faro%20410460%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Video Surveillance<p>​Performance, equIP, and HDZ series cameras from honeywell of Northford, Connecticut, combine with the XOa 3.2.33-enabled ADPRO FastTrace 2E video recording and alarm transmission solution and the iFT Series remotely programmable operating system from Xtralis to help security professionals design connected building systems. They are easy to use, easy to install, and provide higher-quality video. New in XOa 3.2.33 are improved automatic focusing support with an ONVIF Profile S driver, improved cybersecurity level on remote access, and enhanced camera timestamp synchronization.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/hnywl%20v2%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Metal Detectors<p>​zkaccess of Fairfield, New Jersey, introduced three new metal detectors. The HMD100 handheld metal detector is equipped with programmable alarm settings, so the user can choose from either a sound and light alarm, or vibration and light alarm. The WMD118 walk-through metal detector features six overlapping detection zones with multiple alarms. Sensitivity for each zone is adjustable. Sound and LED alarms located on both sides indicate precisely where metal is detected. The WMD218 walk-through metal detector features 18 overlapping detection zones with multiple alarms. It features a 3.7-inch LCD screen, and sound and LED alarms. Like the WMD118, it automatically counts people and alarms, and only authorized personnel can access the control panel.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0117%20Marketplace%20ZKacess%20ZK-D2180S%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Drone Response<p>​The ReDrone system from Elbit Systems of Haifa, Israel, provides protection for closed air spaces, national infrastructures, and other critical areas against hostile drones. Designed to detect, identify, track, and neutralize different types of drones, it can also separate a drone’s signals from its operator’s remote control signals. After detecting a target, the ReDrone system disrupts the drone’s communication with its operator, blocks its radio and video signals and GPS positioning data, and sends it off track. The infrastructure is designed for easy installation in various terrains, and it operates in all weather conditions. The digital control unit, based on Android technology, features an intuitive user interface.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/drone1%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Virtual Reality Trainer<p>​Elbit Systems of Haifa, Israel, introduced its Emergency Scenarios Virtual Reality Trainer, a simulation trainer that provides a realistic three-dimensional virtual environment for training emergency response teams to deal with a variety of emergency situations. Scenarios that can be simulated include ballistic missiles falling in an urban area, earthquakes, search-and-rescue operations, and more. The virtual reality goggles allow users to experience these scenarios as if they were part of a response team. Use of the trainer can help reduce operation and maintenance costs, minimize flight and ground training time, and ensure operators’ safety.&#160;</p>
Explosionproof Cameras<p>​Explosionproof security cameras from &#160;Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, include analog cameras, compact rechargeable action cameras, and IP cameras. The company also offers NVR systems, DVR systems, security networking equipment and solutions, cabling, and complete turnkey solutions to a variety of security applications within hazardous environments where they can also be used for vessel, tank, and reactor monitoring; remote observation of external facilities; and more. Operators can purchase everything they need from Larson, or they can supplement existing recording systems with explosionproof security cameras and explosionproof cabling.&#160;</p>