RAE Systems Launches RAEShare

RAE Systems Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., announced the launch of RAEShare, a hosted service that provides first responders and security officers true data integration and portability. RAEShare aggregates and stores sensor data from multiple AreaRAE networks and allows users to share this real-time data through a secure online interface with experts in remote locations. Wireless AreaRAE sensor networks are currently used for hazmat response, public venue protection, indoor air security and environmental fenceline monitoring. Visit www.RAESystems.com

Camera System for the Circuit

Firetide Inc., Los Gatos, Calif., and Sony Electronics, Park Ridge, N.J., recently announced customer deployments of Sony/Firetide high-performance video mesh networks for the American Le Mans racing circuit and the Long Beach Grand Prix. The IP video system, which includes Firetide’s HotPort mesh network and Sony’s line of IP video cameras, software and servers, will be set up within minutes at each racing venue and will webcast the team preparing and servicing their race car during each race. Visit www.firetide.com and www.sony.com/security.

Single Access Control System Approved

GVI Security Solutions announced that its GVI Access Control System 300 has achieved compliance with Homeland Security Presidential Directive Number 12 (HSPD-12), a mandated presidential directive to establish a common identification standard for all federal government employees and contractors. The system also meets specified intent of Federal Information Processing Standard 201 (FIPS 201).