Intrusion Detection
Barix AG recently announced that Sureview Systems, a commercial security monitoring solutions provider, has successfully integrated Barix IP Audio device support within its Immix automation software platform. According to Barix, the connectivity with Barix devices enables communications with an unlimited number of audio surveillance, intercom and access control points from a central location. Immix is an open architecture software platform that provides monitoring stations and other centralized security businesses with a single point of control to send, receive and respond to alarm events for their customers. The integration means that new or existing Barix devices can be added to the Immix infrastructure without modification, and that Immix operators can communicate with Annuncicom-enabled locations at any remote facility with a click of the mouse in response to live queries, intrusions and other critical or non-critical events.
Honeywell has released the 7845i-GSM, which allows communication via the GSM (Global System for Mobile) network combined with the Internet. It communicates using GPRS, but automatically switches to SMS if GPRS is unavailable, and offers data reporting, uploading and downloading to most Honeywell control panels. Features include tamper protection, a built-in power supply, six input zones which can be configured for +V, -V, or EOLR triggering, web-based programming, 256-bit AES encryption, and remote services capability.
Firetide Inc. has announced tri-band (2.4, 4.9, 5 GHz) capability on its HotPoint access points and HotClient client premises equipment (CPE) to augment the tri-band functionality of its HotPort mesh nodes.
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