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Video Management<p>​Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, released exacqVision 8.8, which provides powerful tools that improve situational awareness and control. Some features include simplified camera configuration, Web and mobile improvement, support for higher-resolution displays, additional third-party camera options, and H.265 support for Illustra IP cameras. With enhanced event linking, operators can display any event linkage as association to appear on top of the live video feed. This is useful, for example, in retail applications to detect foil-lined bags popular with shoplifters. Controls for administrators help them manage how and when users can access the system, monitor inactive accounts, create temporary guest accounts, and expand access to preset tours.</p><img alt="" height="119" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Tyco%20Dig%20Final.png" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Cloud Security Management<p>​S2 Security of Framingham, Massachusetts, introduced S2 Cumulus, a new cloud-based service that connects the S2 ecosystem, enabling administration and monitoring of S2 products as well as critical communication between people, devices, and third-party systems. It is a backbone for providing new cloud services to integrators and end users. It offers system health monitoring, software license management, remote software updates, and automatic alerts to changes in system status. Leveraging the cloud, S2 Cumulus will enable S2 Security to develop and provide services such as virtual credential acquisition and management, video stream sharing, remote mustering, communication with third-party systems, and more.​</p><img alt="" height="216" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/S2%20Security%20Dig%20Final.png" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Software<p>​SureView Systems of Tampa, Florida, added a new mapping solution for its Immix Command Center Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) platform. The new Immix geospatial-mapping interface allows users to better comprehend physical location information. The use of static facility floor plans overlaid directly onto the powerful Google Maps interface dramatically increases ease of use and accuracy. SureView has further leveraged this geospatial awareness to automatically associate the nearest cameras to an alarm, eliminating the need to preprogram links between devices. The ability to make these links on the fly delivers accurate and immediate situational awareness for remote operators, allowing them to efficiently respond during potentially chaotic situations.​</p><img alt="" height="175" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/SureView%20Dig%20Final.png" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Wall Rack<p>​The new ERWEN-12E750 19-inch wall rack enclosure from Video Mount Products of Stevensville, Maryland, has the added depth needed for installing today's deeper components. It has adjustable four-post rails, a removable hinged wall plate, reversible tempered glass front door, and optional fans for enhanced thermal management. It also offers welded steel construction, a vented top and bottom, top and bottom cable routing knockouts, reversible hinged front door, removable hinged back panel, and removable locking side panels. The 24-inch-deep unit holds up to 120 pounds of equipment.</p><img alt="" height="262" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/VMP%20Dig%20Final.png" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Waterproof Door Switches<p>​Dortronics Systems, Inc., of Sag Harbor, New York, introduced a new line of waterproof pushbutton switches in the WR5276-HDD Series. They feature an IP66 rating and a neoprene gasket for use in harsh operating conditions such as outdoors and cleanrooms that require washdowns. They can be configured for card access systems or automatic door openers. The switches’ double-pole, normally open, dry contact outputs can be wired to signal a door to unlock and the door opener to activate. The switches are made from brushed stainless steel in standard switch plate sizes with engraved legends. Custom plates are also available.</p><img alt="" height="191" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Dortronics%20Dig%20Final.jpg" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Identity Management<p>​​AMAG Technology of Torrance, California, introduced Symmetry CONNECT, a policy-based identity management platform that ensures that only individuals with approvals and requirements have access to secure areas for the timeframe needed, providing security as well as compliance. The platform automates workflows to streamline key processes involved in managing the diverse identities across an organization. Designed for new and existing Symmetry Access Control software users, CONNECT operates on most PCs, tablets, and smartphones. It is available in several formats for North American customers&#58; as a cloud-hosted solution, hosted by AMAG in a secure monitoring center, or as an on-premise identity management solution installed at the end user’s premise or data center.​</p><img alt="" height="169" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/AMAG%20Dig%20Final.jpg" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Fire Alarm System<p>​The Taktis fire detection and alarm system from Kentec Electronics Ltd. of Dartford, United Kingdom, combines the latest hardware and software to produce a powerful control and indication system. Certified to EN54-2 and EN54-4, the system is ideal for installation in larger buildings because up to 128 panels and repeaters can be networked. Its integrated touchscreen interface and QWERTY keyboard make it simple to use and understand. Multiple protocol support on one panel (in banks of two loops) gives full flexibility and it displays clear information so that when an event occurs, appropriate action can be taken. It supports a 10,000-entry log with filtering that records system activity down to event type, dates, zone, panel, and address.</p><img alt="" height="270" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Kentec%20Dig%20Final.jpg" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Attack Detection<p>​New from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, is the Aruba 360 Secure Fabric, a security framework that provides analytics-driven attack detection and response. IntroSpect uses machine learning analytics to reduce the time and effort required to identify and resolve cyberattacks. IntroSpect automatically creates a Risk Profile for every user, system, and IoT device connected to the network. When a Risk Score reaches a predefined level, a policy from Aruba ClearPass can be triggered to take enforcement actions to stop the attack and provide additional time to investigate. Identifying and resolving security incidents is reduced to minutes, compared to hours and days via manual methods.​</p><img alt="" height="215" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Aruba%20Dig%20Final.jpg" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Safety App<p>​Omnigo Software of St. Louis, Missouri, arms protectors with a full suite of tools for seeing a bigger picture of security, putting powerful data at their fingertips and equipping them to make quicker, more informed decisions. The company recently launched Blert!, which empowers college students to instantly and anonymously report incidents from their mobile phones—via text, photo, or video—as easily as sending a text message or sharing a Snapchat video. The Blert! dashboard allows campus safety directors to monitor reports and instantly communicate with students who initiate a report.</p>
Facial Recognition<p>​Digital Barriers plc of Ashburn, Virginia, introduced SmartVis Identifier, a live facial recognition system for body-worn law enforcement cameras. The integration of the company's EdgeVis mobile live streaming solution and SmartVis technologies provides defense, security, and law enforcement agencies with real-time facial recognition against multiple watch lists and databases. The system is designed to meet operational requirements of users. Removing human error from the equation and plugging resourcing gaps, it enables organizations to widen deployments of facial recognition to enhance security and public safety, with persons of interest highlighted in real time.</p><img alt="" height="194" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Digital%20Barriers%20Dig%20Final.jpg" width="300" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />