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Card Reader<p>​Tyco Security Products of Westford, Massachusetts, introduced the Safran MorphoAccess SIGMA Series access control high-speed biometric and card reader, the MorphoWave Tower. Using advanced biometric technology, the C•CURE 9000 Security, and Event Management platform can deliver contactless access control. The optical biometric sensor captures four fingerprints and meets FBI standards for Personal Identity Verification and Image Quality Specifications. SIGMA Lite Series readers, designed for narrow mounting surfaces such as turnstiles or server rack doors, deliver a durable design making them ideal for a wide array of indoor and outdoor deployments. Readers feature a color touch screen and buzzer for advanced interactivity, and can be used with any electronic device that has Web access. The readers support Prox, iCLASS, MIFARE, MIFARE Plus, DESFire, and NFC cards.</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Tyco%20Safran%20Morpho%20AccessMA%20SIGMA%20Lite+_Face.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Jamming System<p>​Elbit Systems of Haifa, Israel, launched the Light SPEAR, a new self-protection and jamming system for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). It is composed of air defense systems and derives from Elbit’s electronic warfare and signals intelligence systems, which are used in fighter jets, helicopters, and other aircraft. The system is based on multiple digital radio frequency memory jamming channels, which work in parallel and cover a wide spectrum. The system enables easy integration with an array of transmitters and platforms. Its light weight and low power consumption allow it to work with drones.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Elbit%20Systems%20Light%20Spear%201.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Access Call Station<p>​Talkaphone of Niles, Illinois, announced that its VOIP-200 Series Call Station interconnects with the AVM-1 IP video attendant phone from Boston- based Grandstream to provide a fully integrated access control system. With the ability to connect to up to 30 VOIP-200 call stations, the AVM-1 can monitor and regulate entry points through the call stations using video and voice communications. The AVM-1 unit will receive basic preprograming to integrate effortlessly with Talkaphone VOIP-200 Series and include technical support from the Talkaphone team. The call station also allows for remote software upgrades, configuration, and monitoring. The station offers exceptional sound clarity during two-way communication, and is available with an optional ONVIF-compliant, wide-angle IP camera. Easily installed at any access point, it can intelligently control entry or exit from facilities.</p>
Compact Camera<p>​Canon U.S.A., Inc., of Melville, New York, introduced its newest multipurpose modular camera, the ME200S-SH. Compact and versatile, the 8.2-megapixel Super 35mm compact box camera offers high sensitivity and high-quality image capture. &#160;Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus technology provides a range of foc­using options when using compatible Canon EF lenses and CINE-SERVO lenses. The camera features 3G/HD-SDI and HDMI output terminals that enable video to be transmitted via a single cable to external recorders and monitors. Equipped with a 2.5-millimeter stereo mini-jack and a round eight-pin jack for RS-422, the multipurpose camera can connect to the optional RC-V100 Remote Controller. A 3.5-millimeter stereo mini-jack allows the camera to connect to a microphone or other audio equipment.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Canon%20ME200S-SH.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Solar Tower<p>​The SPLT-.53K-LM30-2XN3B-PW-TLR7 from Larson Electronics of Kemp, Texas, is a solar-powered unit equipped with a 30-foot mast, two 265-watt solar panels, a battery bank, and a manual crank-up mast mounted on a seven-foot trailer with outriggers. The system delivers 12 volts for lighting, cameras, sensors and other electrical equipment mounted atop the manual crank mast. The three-stage steel mast allows operators to quickly and safely deploy electrical equipment. It can be extended 30 feet above the trailer floor for maximum coverage and collapsed to 13½ feet. The light tower can also be elevated to its full height using a hand winch fitted with galvanized steel cables.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Larson%20144102.jpg" width="198" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Converged Security<p>​Vidsys of Vienna, Virginia, released its latest Converged Security and Information Management (CSIM) software platform, Vidsys Enterprise 2017, with capabilities for large-scale, widely dispersed customers. This new software release includes advanced features and expandable infrastructure purposely built for the Internet of Things (IoT) and can support customers with regional, national, and global footprints. The CSIM platform extends capabilities beyond physical security by capturing and correlating data from multiple IT security systems and information management systems. Customers can leverage the CSIM platform to support smart city and IoT applications and a wide variety of use cases, including logistics management, manufacturing, and supply chains.&#160;</p>
Analog Dome Cameras<p>​Toshiba Surveillance &amp; IP Video Products of Irvine, California, is offering a new line of analog dome cameras that provide a 34 percent increase in resolution over comparably priced D1 analog cameras and more than 500 percent larger images than CIF cameras. Toshiba IKS-D207 indoor and IKS-R307 outdoor cameras use a 960 x 640 CCD sensor that delivers 700 TV lines of resolution. They include 24 infrared LEDs to accommodate nighttime conditions down to 0.05 lux. Both cameras offer 4x zoom, 78-degree tilt, and full 360-degree rotation, and both work well with the Toshiba EAV16-480 embedded analog 960H DVR and are backwards compatible with standard resolution cameras and DVRs.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Toshiba%20960H.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Breathing Detector<p>​TiaLinx, Inc., of Irvine, California, launched the Eagle5- NCL, a versatile breathing detection sensor that identifies motionless individuals. The sensor detects live persons inside a compound, while its integrated high-resolution display clearly indicates their precise location. TiaLinx’s patented Wafer-Scale beamforming and use of coded ultra- wideband radar technologies enables the sensing and networking of the units through thick concrete walls. The impulse radar system uses massive signal processing to enhance its detection capability. It also allows backward compatibility with the smaller Eagle5-NC RF module.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Eagle%20Tialinx.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Security Server<p>​Quantum Corporation of Irvine, California, added the Xcellis Application Director to its surveillance and security solution family, enabling customers to run video management systems or analytic applications with directly attached storage. With the new server, these applications can connect directly to the company’s QXS Series disk storage or as clients in an Xcellis environment powered by the StorNext data management platform. As a result, users can access data without adding to network traffic for a more efficient video surveillance in­frastructure, regardless of scope. Incorporating Xcellis Application Director into a video surveillance solution allows customers to scale from fewer than 50 cameras to more than 10,000 cameras.&#160;</p><img alt="" src="/ASIS%20SM%20Product%20Images/0716%20Quantum%20Xcellis-Application-Director-With-QXS.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Health Cybersecurity<p>​Cognetyx of Houston, Texas, launched its patented Ambient Cogni­tive Cyber Surveillance technology. The new surveillance platform, which leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning, gives the healthcare industry the ability to detect privacy violation, patient record snooping, and cybersecurity breaches in real time. This technology offers a defense against criminal hackers as well as malicious insiders, because it continuously surveys and learns the patterns of a specific healthcare system and its users and detects abnormalities. The platform is HIPAA and HITECH compliant, and it can be rapidly integrated with exiting healthcare IT systems from leading companies.&#160;</p>