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Security Robot<p>​SFC Energy of Brunthal/Munich, Germany, announced that its EFOY Pro fuel cells are integrated into Roboguard, an autonomous security robot developed by Singapore-based Oneberry Technologies. Roboguard can operate autonomously and maintenance-free for up to a month without intervention. Then a one-minute hot-swap of the fuel cartridge allows the robot to return to operation quickly. The unit addresses the manpower shortage in the Singapore security sector and raises the level of security for clients.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Oneberry.jpg" width="180" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Bullet Camera<p>​LILIN Americas of Arcadia, California, part of Merit LILIN, strengthened its line of IP cameras with the MR832 outdoor bullet camera, which features a 4-millimeter fixed lens with an IP66 environmental rating, an operating range of –40 to +122 degrees Fahrenheit, and day/night imaging. The IP outdoor cameras are easy to install, configure, and maintain. They integrate seamlessly, offer high-resolution HD images even in complete darkness, and are competitively priced. The cameras feature 2D wide dynamic range and 3D Noise Reduction for maximum clarity in low light conditions. Energy-efficient infrared LEDs automatically illuminate scenes in complete darkness for discovering subjects at a range of up to 30 meters.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/LILIN%201.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Hybrid Illuminators<p>​Raytec of Ashington, Northumberland, United Kingdom, released new VARIO2 IP Hybrid Illuminators that combine four key technologies in a single package. Each illuminator combines infrared, white light, IP connectivity, and power over Ethernet technology to deliver the right light for any situation. They use PLATINUM Elite twin-core SMT LEDs, which are individually 200 percent more powerful than previous generation LEDs. Fully IP addressable, the illuminators are operated remotely with a user-friendly interface that allows users to control lighting at any time to respond to live events or make easy remote adjustments. They can also be fully integrated with video management systems and other third-party devices.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Raytec.jpg" width="244" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Notification Devices<p>​Eaton of Long Branch, New Jersey, launched its Wheelock Exceder LED3 notification appliances that comply with the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code requirements for flash duration. Eaton’s energy-efficient LED design requires less power, allowing more devices to be connected to fewer power supplies and reduce overall costs. The line includes strobes, horns, speakers, speaker strobes, low-frequency sounder strobes, and sounders for both ceiling and wall-mount indoor applications. The high-fidelity speakers provide leading intelligibility for mass notification and emergency communications. Because the units meet NFPA’s 20-millisecond flash duration requirements for strobes, customers can mix xenon and LED devices in the same field of view.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Eaton.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Biometric Access<p>​ZKAccess of Fairfield, New Jersey, launched the ProBio-ID, a multi-biometric access control device with SilkID technology. It offers both security and convenience in a single, easily installed stand-alone device. ProBio-ID connects directly to door locks or panels like a common keypad or RFID card reader. ProBio-ID can read faces, fingerprints, RFID cards, PIN codes, and any combination of those four credentials. Its face recognition camera provides true hands-free access control. ProBio-ID also includes a ZKAccess next-generation SilkID fingerprint sensor which provides superior accuracy and speed matching.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/ZKAccess.png" width="210" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Designer Turnstiles<p>​Delta Turnstiles of Concord, California, introduced its new Designer Series turnstiles. The new models offer the same functionality and high level of security provided by standard Delta models, but are designed for style. Their circular shape makes them especially distinctive and adds an aesthetic dimension to any space. The Infinity model uses bidirectional optical technology and features the additional deterrence of swinging glass/acrylic barriers. Designed with a seamless unibody construction and made of cold rolled steel, it is available in a variety of colors or a chrome finish.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Delta%20Turnstiles.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Perimeter Sensor<p>​Southwest Microwave of Tempe, Arizona, expanded its high-reliability digital microwave sensor array with the INTREPID Model 336-33464, a standalone volumetric perimeter sensor for maximum-security sites such as nuclear power plants and military installations. Combining proven detection performance with advanced embedded digital signal processing to discriminate between intrusion attempts and environmental disturbances, the sensor mitigates risk of site compromise and prevents nuisance alarms. Designed for maximum protection against physical tampering and harsh environmental conditions, the sensor features heavy-duty components and packaging, integrated radome tamper switches, and optional steel enclosures for external connections. Advanced shielding protects electronics against electromagnetic or radio frequency interference. Standalone configuration and on-board relay alarm outputs for monitoring deter the risk of hacking or other digital compromise.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Southwest%20Microwave.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Parking Enforcement<p>​Genetec Inc. of Montreal, Canada, introduced the Genetec AutoVu Motoscan, a new scooter-mounted parking enforcement solution. Designed for the traditionally narrow streets of European cities, Motoscan is a lightweight, low-power, fully-featured license plate recognition unit that can be mounted on a smaller vehicle such as a scooter. Equipped with automatic number plate recognition cameras, the system automatically scans license plates and sends the information to the parking authority, which will identify parking violations and issue tickets as required. The compact unit combines all critical components onto a single device to keep the weight low.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Genetec%20Motoscan.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Access Control<p>​A new site security system from Credential Verification Service of Rockville, Maryland, lets security managers track in real time all employees and contractors who are entering a worksite or building. To enter, the individual places an RFID-enabled photo ID card within an inch of a reader. The card connects to a cloud-based database to give security staff the information needed to determine whether to admit or deny entry. The readers record the time and location of each tap, and can record each exit. The system can be connected to turnstiles for automated entry. Readers can be secured to a fixed physical location or used as mobile devices, and multiple entry/exit points can be configured.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/Credential%20Verification%20Service.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Incident Support<p>​In the event of a major incident, companies need to account for employees who might be affected. To accomplish this and provide other support for traveling employees, International SOS of Trevose, Pennsylvania, and Control Risks of Washington, D.C., collaborated to launch TravelTracker Incident Support. It automatically initiates communications with potentially impacted mobile workers immediately after any major incident. The International SOS global network of security experts investigates and validates reports of major incidents in less than 30 minutes. As soon as the validation is complete, the service will automatically contact members through multiple communication methods, including email, SMS, and text-to-speech protocols. Collated responses are provided to customers within the following hour, and assistance will begin if needed.</p>