Intrusion Detection
D3 Security Management Systems introduces the latest in mobile incident reporting and security tour technology with the official release of its new handheld solution, D3 Mobile. Based on the Apple iOS platform, D3 Mobile fuses the only fully integrated Incident Reporting, Guard Tour, Dispatch and Procedures software with the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Nano.
  American Dynamics, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, introduces the latest version of its VideoEdge VMS which includes new features to help prevent crime and more effectively monitor active, high-traffic environments. Through analysis of the unique challenges facing security professionals in very active environments, American Dynamics identified critical features that are important to ensure the safety of patrons and employees, while securing company property.
Bosch Security Systems is launching a new portfolio of 960H products that capture more pixels per target object for a maximum sensor resolution of 720 TVL – the highest available for the PAL and NTSC standard.
Tyco Security Products introduces the Kantech Intevo Compact. This new addition to its line of integrated security platforms is designed to unify access control, IP video and intrusion for small to medium size enterprises.
IndigoVision has launched its latest Integration Module, enabling data to be seamlessly integrated between Geoquip perimeter protection and detection systems and IndigoVision’s complete IP video security solution.
LOREX, supplier of do-it-yourself home and small business video surveillance systems, announces the release of Stratus Connectivity.
Barix introduces a solution to help media companies, businesses and other multi-site network users route multicast traffic over remote network links, enabling bandwidth-efficient, multicast delivery over the public internet.
Potter Electric Signal's PFC-6800 is a 127-point analogue/addressable panel expandable up to 1,016 points. The built-in IP Communicator allows reporting to central stations. LAN & WAN connectivity allow for large scale IP network applications. Quadrasync technology enables four different brands of strobes to be synced together using one panel without having to utilize similar protocols. E-mail capability provides an immediate and detailed history and detector status report can be sent directly to your computer or cell
DSC has introduced the PowerSeries 2-Way Wireless Transceiver Module TR5164-433 which transforms the hybrid PowerSeries alarm control panel into a wireless system and only requires hardwiring of the panel and receiver. The TR5164-433 is an add-on module that enables dealers to extend the capabilities of their customers’ traditional alarm system with the addition of up to four wireless keypads. The TR5164-433 supports 60 wireless zones, 16 wireless keys and both 2-way and 1-way DSC wireless devices. The TR5164-433 is designed for older homes, where homeowners do not want to damage walls by running wires. It also allows homeowners to add a second keypad at a later time after completing the initial installation of an alarm system. It features an easy wireless enrollment process; installers confirm Electronic Serial Numbers (ESN), zone numbers and zone type through a series of user-friendly screens. The TR5164-433 is compatible with the PowerSeries version 4.6 and higher.
SC100 Series Seismic Vibration Sensors from Honeywell are designed for the protection of high-value assets in financial, retail and other applications. The series includes two compact, high security sensors: the SC100 and the SC105. The SC100 detects heat and vibrations resulting from attempts to disturb solid structures including fixed ATMs, bank vaults, safes, ATMs and doors. The SC105 is equipped to safeguard freestanding objects like mini ATMs, gun cases, vending and ticket machines or to secure file cabinets in noisy
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