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Ballistic Helmet<p>​The LJD Aire from ArmorSource, LLC, of Hebron, Ohio, is a light ballistic helmet for the defense and law enforcement markets. It weighs 40 percent less than conventional helmets while exceeding the ballistic protection of the Lightweight Advanced Combat Helmet. In a full coverage version, size large, the boltless helmet weighs 1.9 pounds (850 grams), compared to 3.3 pounds (or 1,500 grams) for a comparable helmet. The LJD Aire has ACH/MICH geometry, and will be availa­ble in mid- and high-cut versions, offering standard or boltless side-rails, standard or boltless retention, and customers’ choice of aftermarket products.&#160;</p>
Power Protection<p>​Power fluctuations can take surveillance, access control, and other security equipment temporarily offline and cre­­ate gaps in security. Houston-based Smart Power Systems has pio­neered transformer based filtering (TBF) technology that can prevent such fluctuations. It offers an uninterruptible power supply with built-in TBF and automatic voltage regulator. These protect against massive fluctuations from, say, lightning strikes, but also from smaller voltage spikes and power dropouts that are much more common. Its SmartCord device compresses electronic power conditioning functionality into a compact package.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Smart%20Power%20Systems%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
ALPR Cameras<p>​Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has improved its IP-based automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) cameras. The AutoVu Sharp and AutoVu SharpX can detect license plates from a greater variety of models and from different states and countries. New vehicle behavior and characteristic analytics can determine the make of the vehicle and the state or country of origin, as well as the direction and speed of the vehicle. The SharpX offers additional processing power and new configuration options, so customers can deploy up to four camera units on a single processing unit. Mobile users can capture license plates on all sides of a patrol vehicle.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0615%20Genetec%20license%20plate%20reader%20camera.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
App Development Modules<p>​Chicago-based VASCO Data Security International, Inc., has released a new version of its DIGIPASS for Apps and DIGIPASS for Mobile application security suite. The enhanced solutions incorporate features that allow application developers to protect their applications while creating an enhanced user experience. New features of version 4.4 include client-side risk scoring, secure app-to-app communications, and enhanced application security. The new version provides developers with the building blocks to strengthen application security, deliver convenience to users, and streamline development and lifecycle management.&#160;</p>
<p>​The new IndigoVision Compact NVR-AS 4000 offers high performance in a tiny package. New from IndigoVision of Edison, New Jersey, the network video recorder offers simultaneous recording and playback of 20 cameras. It features a rugged aluminum casing, discreet fanless cooling system, a one-terabyte hard disk designed for round-the-clock recording, and multiple mounting options. It supports all major cameras and is fully integrated with the company’s Control Center video management software.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0615%20Indigovision.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
High-Definition Video<p>​Hikvision USA of City of Industry, Cal­ifornia, has launched Turbo HD, a line of cameras and recorders that use High Definition Transport Video Interface (HD-TVI) technology. This technology allows users to send uncompressed, high-resolution video over coaxial cable. The Turbo HD product family includes full HD cameras and DVRs that offer seamless compatibility with multiple video formats, from standard definition analog to HD-TVI to megapixel IP. HD-TVI technology also features real-time viewing with no delay, bidirectional signaling, and efficient storage. It sup­ports up to 1080p resolution at distances of more than 1,500 feet over coaxial ca­ble. Turbo HD cameras such as the 2CE56D5T-VFIT3 1080p EXIR Vari­focal Turret and the DS-2CE16C5T-IT1 720p EXIR Fixed Lens Bullet provide high-definition megapixel video.&#160;</p>
Infrared LED<p>​A new infrared LED emitter from Osram Opto Semiconductors of Sunnyvale, California, is designed to enable biometric identification methods for unlocking cell phones and tablets. The IR Oslux SFH 4780S has a wavelength of 810 nanometers and a height of 2.4 millimeters. It allows for compact energy-saving designs for reliable iris-scanning functionality on mobile devices. Like other emitters in the Oslux line, it has a narrow emission angle at a low height because the lens is perfectly matched to the internal reflector.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1615%20Osram%20iris%20recognition.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Interview Video<p>​IPVideo Corporation of Bay Shore, New York, has introduced the latest version of AVfusion, a turnkey audio and video network recording, editing, and streaming solution. It has been updated to include features for high-definition interrogation and interview recording for law enforcement agencies. Users can insert video bookmarks during live recording via a key fob. It also includes a robust search engine. Using IP cameras, the system provides perfectly synchronized audio and video, with fluid playback at 30 frames per second.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0615%20AVfusion%20Image.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Lone Worker Solution<p>​Elpas of Westford, Massachusetts, part of Tyco, has released the Lone Worker Emergency Call Transmitter as part of its Emergency Call Solution. The system monitors the location of the Lone Worker Tag and can be used to manage emergency response efforts. The transmitter has two emergency call buttons on either side of the unit for manual, wireless duress alerting. Additionally, there is an onboard tilt switch and a pull cord for alerts if a lone worker is knocked down, falls unconscious, or if the unit is taken by force. The weatherproof transmitter eliminates false alarms via a dedicated front button that is used to clear alerts.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Elpas%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Miniature CameraThe Model 3011 miniature HD IP camera from Sensoray of Tigard, Oregon, is ideal for security, surveillance, and monitoring applications. It can produce an H.264 or JPEG compressed stream at resolutions of up to 1080 lines at 30 frames per second, or two simultaneous streams at lower resolutions. The camera produces 13-megapixel JPEG snapshots at 5 frames per second and supports resolutions up to 4192 x 3104. Features include autofocus, automatic white balance, image stabilization, and rugged exterior. The camera operates on power over Ethernet or an external five-volt power supply. It has a configurable Web interface with a built-in Web server that facilitates configuration and control, user management, and live stream previewing via Web browser.<br><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0615%20Sensoray%20Model_3011S_fb_wDemensions.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />