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Cloud Camera<p>​Osprey Informatics of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, introduced a portable, low-power camera that connects seamlessly to Osprey Reach, the company’s cloud-based visual monitoring platform. Osprey Edge is designed for rapid deployment without the need for professional installation. The customer powers the camera on, and it connects automatically to Osprey Reach over a cellular network, providing authorized personnel with immediate online access to photos, activity-based alerts, and reports. The compact camera runs on standard AA batteries, so it can be moved easily. Passive infrared motion detection can detect and capture vehicle activity.&#160;</p>
SMART BINOCULARS <p>​American Technologies Network Corporation (ATN) of South San Francisco, California, introduced smart binoculars that adjust for daytime and nighttime conditions. They offer night vision capabilities, and also record video, take photos, and connect to Wi-Fi for immediate sharing. The BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars offer an electronic 4x to 16x smooth zoom and have GPS, e-compass, and geotagging capabilities. They run on the Obsidian Core, a powerful computer that can handle huge image and video files instantly. The processor uses an array of sensors to produce 1080-pixel images.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-ATN-BinoX-Map.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Industrial Labeler<p>​K-Sun Corporation of Somerset, Wisconsin, introduced the next-generation label, heat-shrink tube, and bar-code printers, the LW-PX900. Developed with Epson of Long Beach, California, the rugged, portable, PC-compatible thermal transfer printer is designed for TIA 606-B and cabling installation standards, safety and compliance, quality improvement, and other workplace la­beling. Industry-specific hot keys simplify template selection for wire wraps, patch panels, faceplates, and more. The high-speed printer uses PX Tape, which is available in hundreds of types, sizes, and colors, including magnetic, fluor­e­s­cent, photoluminescent, heat-shrink tubing, and more. The portable device is made of high-impact plastic for durability, and supply changes are fast and easy.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-K-sun-Picture1LWPX9003x3.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
PTZ Camera<p>​Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, introduced the new Illustra Pro 2-megapixel pan-tilt-zoom camera, with 30x optical zoom and 12x digital zoom for better forensic detail over greater distances. It features zoom adjusted program (ZAP) technology to automatically control the pan and tilt speed in proportion to the zoom. It also offers improved low-light performance and noise reduction. Available in indoor and outdoor models, the camera delivers clear video quality in rain, fog, or snow through its advanced auto defog feature. It also has an intelligent guard tour feature that unites motion detection, auto tracking, and preset sequences to allow the camera to perform independently of a control room operator.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-Tyco-security-Products-illustra-PTZ-blk-front.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Lockdown Control<p>​ZKAccess of Fairfield, New Jersey, released the LB7000 lockbox, which enables facility managers to instantly lock all doors on a campus or a grouping of predefined doors. When an emergency ends, the manager can press the “recover” key to return the access control system to normal operation. The wall-mounted hardware device with a soft-touch keypad is easy to program and has an auto-discovery feature that detects and lists onscreen all the door controllers on the network.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-ZKAccess-LB-7000.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
HD Body Camera<p>​TASER International, Inc., introduced the Axon Body 2 camera with unlimited HD storage available. The camera is built on an HD camera system-on-chip from Ambarella of Santa Clara, California. It is part of the Axon platform that connects cloud, mobile, and wearable technologies to give law enforcement a true end-to-end solution. It has a battery life of 12 or more hours and can capture up to two minutes of video before an event. Using a mobile app, users can stream, tag, and replay videos on a smartphone. Audio can be disabled in the field to support dual-party consent.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-TASER-Int%27l-HD-body-camera2.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Network Recorder<p>​Synology Inc. of Bellevue, Washington, unveiled its Network Video Recorder NVR216 with expandable storage for surveillance footage. Featuring a dedicated 1080p HDMI output, and supporting up to nine IP camera channels, the recorder is designed for offices and retail stores where space is limited. A monitor can be connected to the device to display up to nine channels of surveillance without adding computer equipment. It can also connect to a mouse and keyboard for navigation and management. Using the DS cam mobile app, users can access surveillance anywhere via iOS and Android devices. The recorder is also available in a model that supports four channels.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-Synology_Network-Video-Recorder-NVR216.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Network Cameras<p>​Axis Communications of Lund, Sweden, introduced two new bullet- style HDTV network cameras for day and night video surveillance. The AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE cameras feature Axis Zipstream technology to lower bandwidth and storage requirements by 50 percent or more, compared to standard H.264 compression. Lightfinder technology enables the cameras to capture color video even in darkness. The cameras also feature wide dynamic range to deal with high-contrast scenes. Both cameras feature a compact case and integrated bracket for wall or ceiling mounts, and the cameras offer remote zoom and focus for fine-tuning the picture from a computer instead of at the camera.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-Axis-Network-Camera-p1435e.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Optical Turnstiles<p>​Automatic Systems of Brossard, Quebec, Canada, announced its new SlimLane EP. The add-on to the SlimLane Optical Turnstile offers extended end posts that can integrate peripherals, such as elevator dispatch screens, biometrics, and barcode readers. The optical turnstiles combine high-speed bidirectional throughput with high reliability, security, and footprint variations. Available in narrow- or wide-lane versions and single- or double-swing doors, the turnstiles offer a five-year warranty program. The unique Egress mode prevents forced entry through mechanical locking of the barrier obstacles while still allowing emergency egress at any time.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Callout%20Images/0216-Marketplace-automatic-systems-slimlane-family.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Training Compliance<p>​ of Louisville, Kentucky, simplifies licensing compliance and administration with its new Compliance Management System. The tool automates, manages, and reports on licensing and compliance requirements. It automatically reviews student transcript data and updates licensing information when appropriate courses are completed. Besides tracking training courses offered by the company, the system also allows for tracking of third-party training, including webinars, classroom training, trade show seminars, and more. offers more than 125 online training classes to meet licensing requirements of local and national governments in subjects including alarm systems, access control, homeland security, workplace violence, and more.&#160;</p>