ISC East: A report from the show floor
Sep 19, 2001 12:00 PM
The International Security Conference and Exhibition East (ISC East) featured the latest in security technologies August 28-30 in New York. Here is some information compiled by our editors about new products and other announcements at the show:
-- Brivo Systems Inc., Arlington, Va., unveiled its single-door and multi-door control panels. The single-door panel is ideal for small businesses with one access point for multiple facilities. The multi-door panel is designed for small businesses with more than one access point. Both feature Web-based user interfaces. Visit http://www.brivo.com for more information.
-- Jeron Electric Systems Inc., Chicago, introduced its Spectrum Digital Duplex Intercom System - a two-way voice communications system used throughout a facility. The Spectrum system and its family of products can be used for a variety of security applications. Visit http://www.jeron.com for more information.
-- InfoGraphic Systems Inc., Garden Grove, Calif., announced the release of three different access control solutions. The company's SAPPHIRE Pro system performs alarm monitoring, access control, security, video recording and management and photo ID badge applications. The TOPAZ system is a server that supports up to 64 card readers for 2,000 cardholders. The DIAMOND II integrated security system offers several features and benefits for Microsoft Windows users. Visit http://www.infographicsystems.com for more information.
-- Panasonic Security and Digital Imaging Co., New York demonstrated its latest video surveillance product, the WJ-NT204 Digital Network Interface, which provides video streaming over an Ethernet. Visit http://cctv.panasonic.com for more information.
-- Hirsch Electronics, Santa Ana, Calif., introduced its Velocity Version 2.0, which is a complementing system to the Velocity Mobile Workstation. The new feature adds wireless Ethernet for mobile security operations using tablet PCs. Visit http://www.hirschelectronics.com for more information.
-- Autometric, Springfield, Va., introduced the Visual Security Operations Console (VSOC), used to monitor physical security alarm systems. Visit http://www.vsoc.com or http://www.autometric.com for more information.
-- Costar Video Systems, a new division of Southern Imaging Inc., Carrollton, Texas, unveiled its new product line. It includes over 100 items in 10 product categories. Visit http://www.costarvideo.com for more information.
-- ELMO Manufacturing Corp., Plainview, N.Y., introduced two enhanced versions of its Dallmeier two-track digital HD Recorders.
-- Interlogix Security and Life Safety Group, Austin, Texas, presented its improved Caddx system, which provides security, fire and environmental monitoring. Contact Bob Freshman at email@example.com for more information. The company also introduced its Sentrol 1138T Series magnetic contact. Mail Elizabeth Ruis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
-- Image Sensing Systems, St. Paul, Minn., presented its 5.8 GHz Wireless Video Surveillance System, which provides high-resolution, real-time video for long or short surveillance operations. The company also unveiled its PRS-24 portable audio/video recording system. Visit http://www.imagesensing.com for more information.
-- International Fiber Systems inc., Newton, Conn., introduced a 16-channel digitally-encoded video multiplexing system and eight-channel digital video multiplexing equipment with a bi-directional data channel. Visit http://www.ifs.com for more information.
-- WeSpot, a subsidiary of C Technologies, Sweden, announced an agreement with Overhead Door Corp., a subsidiary of Sanwa Corp., Japan. The Overhead Door Corp. will incorporate WeSpot's Smart Door Opener. The company also unveiled a new camera that is half the size of its predecessor, with higher performance. Visit http://www.wespot.com for more information.
-- WebEyeAlert, Chelmsford, Mass., introduced its professional Internet live video monitoring and intrusion detection/notification system. Visit http://www.webeyealert.com for more information.
-- Street Smart Securities Inc., San Diego, a wireless division of Honeywell, announced it is changing its name to Street Smart Technologies Inc., and is expanding its product line. For more information, contact Melissa Rubenstein at email@example.com or Mireia Mangual at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- SmaL Camera Technologies, Cambridge, Mass., introduced its V1000 and Ultra-Wide W3000 lines of video surveillance cameras. The new line expands the standards for dynamic range and wide-field view in surveillance. Visit http://www.SMaLcamera.com for more information.
-- Silent Witness, Surrey, B.C., announced the release of its surveillance camera, ExitView, which is an eye-level CCD camera for identification and apprehension of offenders. The company also released a new color camera board for its MagnaView line. Visit http://www.silentwitness.com for more information.
-- Tiscor, San Diego, introduced its Palm Pilot SPT 1733, which can dial into wireless Wide Area Networks (WWAN). The device enables access to the Internet corporate LANS, and the ability to send and receive e-mail. Visit http://www.tiscor.com for more information.
-- Videx, Corvallis, Ore., released its interchangeable core version of cyberLock, which is a cylinder that can transform a standard lock into a full-functioning access control system. Visit http://www.videx.com for more information.
-- GVI Security Inc. DBA Samsung CCTV, Carrollton, Texas, has trademarked the term OCTV (Open Circuit Television). The company has also teamed with Axcess Inc., Dallas, to distribute Axcess' ActiveTag and Prism Video lines throughout North America. Visit http://www.samsungcc.tv for more information.
-- AcSys Biometrics Corp., Burlington, Ontario, released its facial recognition system called AcSys FRS. The system uses holographic/quantum neural technology. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
-- PCOpen, Spokane, Wash., unveiled its line of CCTV products, including the HDDR multi-channel digital recorder. Visit http://www.pcopen.com for more information.
-- Pelco, Clovis, Calif., introduced three new products. The company released its DX9000 series digital video recorder, two new video matrix switches and a new line of high-performance cameras using Pelco's LowLight technology. Visit http://www.pelco.com for more information.
-- SeaView Video Technology Inc., St. Petersburg Fla., introduced its SecureView, which is a light bulb with a low-light monochrome camera inside it. Visit http://www.seaview.com for more information.
-- Storm Data Entry Technology, Glen Ellyn, Ill., released its Storm Strike Master, a vandal-resistant access control keypad. Visit http://www.storm-keypads.com or call (630) 469-2981 for more information.
-- Secure Access Portals Inc., Boca Raton, Fla., introduced both single-entry and multi-access interlocking door systems. Visit http://www.secureaccessportals.com for more information.
-- Ilco Unican Inc., Montreal, Quebec, introduced its 4000 series mortise programmable pushbutton door locks. The system is designed for one to 15,000 doors, all managed with one software. Visit http://www.kaba-ilco.com for more information.
-- Motion Media Technology Inc., Wilmington, N.C., launched its first IP-based video transmission device for remote surveillance, the eyesite 140. The company also released its Sentinel Plus video surveillance device, a remote video surveillance solution. Visit http://www.motion-media.com for more information.
-- Sandra Jones & Co., Chardon, Ohio, introduced My $ale Maker, software designed to generate proposals to help with sales. Visit http://www.sandrajonesandco.com for more information.
-- American Fibertek Inc., Somerset, N.J., introduced a new line of fiber-optic systems products. Visit http://www.americanfibertek.com for more information.
-- Dortronics Systems Inc., Sag Harbor, N.Y., announced its enhanced version of the company's 7600 annunciator monitoring and control series. The company also introduced its Mantrap system, which provides security designers with the ability to field-program custom functions and locking/unlocking sequences. Visit http://www.dortronics.com for more information.
-- Dedicated Micros, Chantilly, Va., announced the formation of a national account sales and service team focused solely on managing the company's CCTV with national commercial security companies and systems integrators.
-- Northern Computers Inc., Milwaukee, introduced its Win-Pak 2.0 software - a complete access control solution for use on Windows-based computers. Visit http://www.nciaaccess.com for more information.
-- OmniTek, a division of Ademco Group, Syosset, N.Y., unveiled its OmniProx family of proximity readers, its new vandal-resistant proximity reader and a new contactless smart card reader. Visit http://www.omnitek.com for more information.
-- Precise Biometrics, Sweden, introduced its new fingerprint reader for physical access system called The Precise BioAccess. It is a plug-and-play biometric fingerprint reader. Visit http://www.precisebiometrics.com for more information.