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Video Management<p>​The G-Scope/1500-X is a powerful, compact member of the G-Scope video management system from Geutebruck of Windhagen, Germany. This system documents the RGB from x-ray scanners such as those used at airports or in supply chains. The device also accommodates up to 10 network cameras, so the scanning is documented from different perspectives. The operator can see all relevant camera and x-ray images at once. The data from camera to server and from server to playback station can be encrypted. The system can serve as a stand-alone solution or as part of a networked system.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0715%20Geutebruck%20Marketplace.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Power Software<p>​Eaton of Raleigh, North Carolina, launched Intelligent Power Manager software version 1.5, building on its integration with VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager with load-shedding capabilities. End users can set specific times for virtual machines to shut down during a power event or disaster, so they can keep critical applications running while shutting down nonessential machines. The software works with Eaton power management solutions, including uninterruptible power systems, enclosure power distribution units, and other devices.&#160;</p>
Personnel Screening<p>​​IDentrix is software from InfoZen of Bethesda, Maryland, that continuously evaluates personnel data and proactively alerts organizations to potential risks, such as insider threats. It extends the value of a preemployment background check throughout the employment lifecycle, using sophisticated analytics to assess risk factors from relevant criminal, financial, and professional data sources to keep the risk profile current. The patented, cloud-based technology brings together more than 65 different publicly available identity attributes, including criminal and court records. When analytics identify patterns of risky behavior, automated alerts are sent to managers who can investigate further and take action in compliance with regulations.&#160;</p>
Emergency Notification<p>​​The Sielox CLASS Emergency Notifica­tion and Response Solution delivers lockdown alerts, enables communications with first responders, and visually tracks and reports status in real time on a room-by-room basis. Made by Sielox of Runnemede, New Jersey, the system is easy to use and affordable, making it a good fit for the education market. Teachers, administrators, and other designated persons can issue an emergency alert to notify responders of conditions in real time. A chat feature enables two-way communication with responders to exchange detailed information. The browser-based application functions across LAN, Wi-Fi, WAN, and high-speed cellular service.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0715%20Sielox%20Marketplace%20copy.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Video Access Control<p>​The AXIS A8004-VE Network Video Door Station is an open IP-based door station that provides two-way audio communication, high-definition video, and remote entry control. Made by Axis Communications of Lund, Sweden, the unit allows users to identify and communicate with persons at the door and securely let them in. The weatherproof, vandalproof device is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations. Compliant with ONVIF, VAPIX, and SIP, the station is easy to integrate with video surveillance, access control, and other systems. Power over Ethernet allows for installation with a single network cable and provides power to support and control most door locks.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Axis%20A8004.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Server Locks<p>​​CyberLock, Inc., of Corvallis, Ore­gon, offers a wide variety of high-security electronic cylinders for server cabinets. The cylinders use existing door hardware and require no power or wiring, so they are easy to replace. The CyberKey smart keys can be programmed with keyholder schedules and permissions for accessing the locks. The locks and keys record openings, as well as unauthorized attempts to gain entry. The system sends e-mail alerts and keeps an audit report of each person’s activity.&#160;</p>
Contactless Readers<p>​Farpointe Data of Sunnyvale, California, a DORMA Group Company, offers rugged contactless card readers. Guardian vandal-resistant and Gibraltar bullet-resistant contactless proximity card readers are ideal for vulnerable locations, such as schools, correctional institutions, and housing authorities. Electronics are sealed in weather- and tamper-resistant epoxy potting that protects them from water, steam, detergents, sand, tools, and other elements. Guardian readers are made from thick polycarbonate material and fastened with tamperproof screws, while Gibraltar readers are milled from a solid block of stainless steel and reinforced with a bullet-resistant insert.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20Fairpointe%20Data%20specialty_300x300.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Secure ID<p>​​HID Global of Austin, Texas, introduced a visual security solution that enables universities, corporations, and government agencies to issue personalized, secure identification cards with higher levels of protection. The vanGO portfolio is cost effective, counterfeit re­sistant, and easy to issue via a desktop solution. The cards are hot-stamped with a special square metallic patch that can be written with the cardholder’s image using a laser writer module and the FARGO HD8500 printer. The vanGO portfolio of One-2-One visual security features includes two options&#58; an affordable solution in a single configuration and a customizable solution that allows the customer to modify the shape and location of the vanGO patch and add more security features.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20HID%20Global%20vanGO.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Signal Light and Horn<p>​​The EPL-TL-2X10W-C-PA from Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, is an LED signal stack light that is equipped with an audible horn and approved for hazardous environments. The explosion-proof light is designed to route traffic in industrial refueling stations and can be used in other dangerous surroundings. The light is equipped with two 10-watt LED lamps that produce amber and red light. They can be configured to operate on a steady burn, a strobe, or combination. The audible alarm setup sends a unique tone that can be heard over the sound of an industrial environment. The device can be customized with different colors and numbers of lights and horns.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0815%20Marketplace%20Larson%20Electronics.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Body Cameras<p>​​Force Protect Video Equipment of Cary, North Carolina, introduced the LE10 camera system, a body-worn, high-definition camera that is rich with features and does not require special software or storage contracts. Video files can be quickly downloaded into a standard law enforcement case file, and microSD cards can be sealed in the provided static evidence bags for secure storage in evidence lockers. The rugged design incorporates Ambarella chips for recording high-definition video. The camera offers 8-megapixel still pictures, 4x zoom, and audio recording.&#160;</p>