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Biometric Authentication<p>New York City-based HYPR Corporation introduced the HYPR Biometric Tokenization software development kit (SDK) to enable enterprises to seamlessly implement biometric authentication in any application. The HYPR platform allows users to authenticate actions without transmitting biometric data across the Internet. The SDK is add-on software that adds biometric authentication compatibility to an existing infrastructure. It tokenizes biometric data and enables a bring-your-own-biometrics environment. It gives enterprise customers full control of how biometric authentication is used by their partners, employees, and customers. Users can leverage biometric devices to authenticate with fingerprint, facial, or voice recognition.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1115%20Marketplace%20Milestone%20DB-TVI-Bandwidth-Control.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Connection Tools<p>Platinum Tools of Newbury Park, California, offers a complete turnkey field kit for the professional installer. The EZ-RJPRO Termination Pod offers an assortment of tools and connectors for working with Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat3 installations. The kit includes a crimp tool, cable jacket stripper, electrician’s scissors, and various connectors. The tools ensure that terminations will meet specifications of the Federal Communications Commission.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1115%20Marketplace%20Platinum%20Tools.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
HD Camera<p>​The Bolide Technology Group of San Dimas, California, introduced the iPac Meg 2.0 WDR camera that delivers true 120 dB wide dynamic range in full high definition. The camera produces clear images, even with adverse backlight conditions. A double quartz crystal optical low pass filter with infrared blocking function offers more natural and accurate color. Three-dimension digital noise reduction lessens noise under low illumination. It features all of the functions of the iPac network camera series.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1015%20Marketplace%20Bolide.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Edge Camera<p>​​Tyco Security Products of West­ford, Massachusetts, introduced the Illustra Edge, a complete high-definition video system that combines an IP camera, preinstalled exacqVision Edge video management system, and SD storage into a single, out-of-the-box solution. The system can be connected and configured in minutes. It is ideal for installations of up to 10 cameras and for remote sites where server hardware installations are impractical. Users can view live or recorded video from multiple devices or recorders simultaneously. The included video management software enables users to export video search results, display alarm events on screen, and get instant replay of both video and audio events.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20Tyco%20Security%20Products.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
PTZ Cameras<p>Toshiba Surveillance and IP Video Products of Irvine, California, introduced two new pan-tilt-zoom 3MP dome cameras that feature 20x optical zoom and HDTV streaming video for applications that require highly detailed surveillance. The IKS-WP8201R PTZ camera operates in harsh conditions with its IP66 enclosure, integrated heater, and automatic defogging. The IKS-WP8103 PTZ provides an attractive indoor solution for covering large spaces. True day/night imaging with digital wide dynamic range empower both cameras to capture images in high-contrast and changing light conditions to 0.01 lux. Both cameras are powered with PoE+, and both are backed by ONVIF Profile S to ensure interoperability.&#160;​</p>
Cellular Modules<p>​Moxa of Brea, California, launched new items in its ioLogik family of devices. The ioLogik 2542-HSPA and the ioLogik 2512-HSPA cellular remote I/O modules feature high-speed packet access five-band cellular in addition to Ethernet and serial ports, providing us­ers with reliable access to remote field devices. They offer dual SIM failover, which automatically switches to a secondary SIM when communications over the primary SIM fail. Both units feature automatic tag generation and reporting for connected sensors and devices, allowing operators to monitor multiple field devices efficiently. Custom alerts are easily configured with notification by SMS, e-mail, or SNMP trap.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1115%20Marketplace%20MOXA.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Backlit Keypad<p>Camden door controls of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, developed a metal, backlit Wiegand keypad to provide exceptional performance in high-traffic applications. Weather- and vandal-resistant, the CV-710SL is IP65 rated for dust and water resistance. The keypad supports selectable PIN code lengths and facility codes. Its rugged metal keys, faceplate, and cast aluminum box are designed to withstand the elements; a tamper switch alarm output is also provided. A wide range of field-selectable Wiegand outputs, along with audible and visual feedback, make the keypad suitable for indoor and outdoor solutions using virtually any access control system.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20Camden.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Cable Security<p>Platinum Tools of Newbury Park, California, introduced the EZ-DataLock Strain Relief, which is designed to protect network cables from tampering. It locks cables in place until a key holder unlocks the device. It also protects cables from accidental disconnections and strain. Available in two sizes, the units work with the company’s RJ45 Cat5e connectors and standard RJ45 Cat6 connectors. OD-Flex technology accommodates cables from 5 to 6.8 millimeters in diameter.&#160;​</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20Platinum%20Tools.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Video Management<p>Milestone Systems of Copenhagen, Denmark, introduced Device Pack 8.1 for its XProtect video management software, enabling users to employ ultra-low bandwidth video transmission for cameras connected to mobile networks. It supports Digital Barriers’ TVI wireless video streaming, which contains a patent-protected codec that dynamically adjusts video image resolution to fit the quality of bandwidth available for video transmission. It is ideal for delivering secure, real-time video over mobile and other low-bandwidth networks from first responders to control rooms and accident and emergency units.&#160;​</p>
Rack Enclosure<p>​Video Mount Products of Stevensville, Maryland, in­troduced a new 42-rack space EREN-42E1K 19-inch Equipment Rack Enclosure. Designed for use with audio, video, security, and communication components, the rack offers a usable depth of 33 inches and a durable load capacity of 1,300 pounds. It features integrated cooling fans and lockable, removable side panels to allow for organization of components while protecting them from heat, damage, and theft. The rack’s front door is made of tempered glass, and the rear door is made of steel. Rails are threaded with standard 10-32 threading, and front and rear rails are adjustable.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/1015%20Marketplace%20Video%20Mount%20Products%20EREN-42E1K%20%20%20%20Equipment%20Rack%20Enclosure.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />