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Door Control<p>​Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, has released SK-NET Version 5.20 Access Control System Software, which features System Lockdown and Real-Time Door Status Reporting. These features work with either Secura Key SK-ACPE-LE or NOVA.16 (SK-MRCP) access control panels and Smart Readers. The software provides three lockdown levels&#58; Level 1 cancels all manual and door zone unlock commands; Level 2 also places doors in inactive mode; and Level 3 also disables request-to-exit and remote open inputs. Door status feature indicates when all doors are secure, when there are unlocked doors, when doors are propped open, and when doors are forced open.&#160;</p>
Mobile Cameras<p>​Fire Cam of St. Louis, Missouri, is offer­ing a new product for police officers and other first responders, the Oncall Live Video System, which lets users stream live video, audio, and GPS location data to a command post or dispatcher for real-time situational awareness. The Police WiFi Pro camera attaches to any shirt, vest, or coat. Capable of recording in high-definition, the camera sees everything with its 150-degree wide angle lens. It includes both a powerful LED light and an infrared light for nighttime stealth. Dispatchers can take high-resolution snapshots within the video stream and instantly learn the location of all officers.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Fire%20Cam%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Radiation Monitor<p>​London-based Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, has added to its range of radiation monitors with a family of personal electronic dosimeters (PEDs). The extended range builds on the Tra­cerco PED-IS, which was launched in 2011. The robust portable radiation monitors are suitable for use in extreme weather conditions. With accreditation to ISO 9001&#58;2008 and EN80079-34 international standards, these monitors provide both standard and intrinsically safe instrumentation. The PED-IS can be used to measure radiation exposure in potentially explosive environments. The PED Blue is aimed at first responders. The PED+ comes with an alarm and pop-up message system, which clearly communicates procedures to the user. The device is also supported by a mobile Bluetooth application which allows an overview of up to 7 PED+ devices within a 15-meter radius.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Tracerco%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Revolving Door<p>​Boon Edam Inc. of Lillington, North Carolina has launched BoonAssist TQ, a new manual revolving door that provides power assistance, speed control, and positioning. The door was developed in response to customer requests for a revolving door that offers comfort, intuitive operation, and safety for applications where an automatic door was either too large or exceeded budget. When a user pushes on a door wing, a low energy motor acti­vates and borrows kinetic energy from the user’s initial push to rotate the door to minimize further needed effort. If excessive force is used, an integrated braking mechanism engages to ensure safe rotation speed. When a user exits, the door continues to rotate until it reaches home position.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Boon%20Edam%20Marketplace_cmyk.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Armored Medical Vehicles<p>​Bar Shield is an ID scanner application for real-time patron management in the hospitality industry. Developed by Miami-based Bar Shield, the app scans a customer’s identification and displays the customer’s “Shield Record,” which reveals information about the person’s previous behavior—including arrests, nonpayment of bills, harassment of other people, and more. The person’s name, date of birth, and a challenge question are also displayed. The app also enables e-mail to guests and customers, e-mail to law enforcement to report crimes, and real-time headcounts. A laser scanner is required, as well as a compatible iOS device.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Lenco%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Authentication App<p>​New York City-based Hoyos Labs has introduced a mobile app to make digital transactions more convenient and secure. The 1U app eliminates the need to remember usernames and passwords; they are stored encrypted in the mobile device. The app leverages a user’s smartphone to acquire the owner’s biometrics for securing log-in information for thousands of favorite websites, including nonstandard sites that require information in addition to usernames and passwords (i.e. a site key). Available for iPhone and Android devices, the app supports various biometrics—facial, periocular, fingerprint, and iris—to authenticate identity and log into the sites. It can distinguish a real person from an image or video to prevent fraud.&#160;</p>
Biometric Payment Card<p>​MasterCard of Purchase, New York, and Zwipe of Oslo, Norway, are launching a contactless payment card featuring an integrated fingerprint sensor. The launch of the card comes after a successful live pilot in Norway. It includes an integrated biometric sensor and the Zwipe secure biometric authen­tication technology that holds the card­holder’s biometric data. Cardholder fingerprint data is stored directly on the card, not in an external database. After activation by a simple fingerprint scan, the card can be used to make contactless payments. The biometric authentication replaces the PIN entry, enabling cardholders to make payments of any amount.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Zwipe%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Emergency Lighting<p>​Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, has released a Class 1 Division 2 LED bug eyes emergency lighting system for use within hazardous locations. Dur­ing power outages, the HAL-EMG-EXT-12W-2L automatically switches to a battery backup that will power the unit for 90 minutes. Once the power is restored, a built-in charger will return the unit to a fully charged state. The maintenance-free, sealed, high temperature nickel-cadmium battery backup power supply is protected from deep discharge by solid state circuitry that turns the unit off before damaging the battery. This emergency light operates on voltages ranging from 120 to 277 volts.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0415%20Larson%20Electronics%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
IP Dome Camera<p>​Toshiba Surveillance &amp; IP Video Products of Irvine, California, has introduced a low-profile IP dome camera designed for indoor video surveillance. The compact IKS-WD6112 provides true HD resolution (1920 x 1080) at 30 frames per second and offers H.264 compression. Quad-streaming capabilities provide four separately configured video streams from one camera simultaneously, allowing users to optimize each stream. It can be installed in locations where standard cameras would be obtrusive, and it is ONVIF compliant for maximum compatibility with network equipment from Toshiba and third parties. Power over Ethernet (802.3af) means that no electrical outlets need to be installed nearby for power.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Toshiba%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Light Mast<p>​The PLM-30-CCTV-NAC rugged telescoping pneumatic light tower from Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, is designed to allow operators to quickly and safely deploy 150 pounds of lights, security cameras, and other electrical equipment to heights of 30 feet. The tower is constructed of high-strength, heat-treated aluminum tubing in five sections and includes a locking top mounting plate for easy removal of mounted equipment. The boom can be extended to 30 feet and collapsed to eight feet. The mast is elevated using an air compressor, and wiring and CCTV cabling are internally routed to prevent fraying.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0215%20Larson%20Electronics%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />