Access Control

Secures Access to Apps and Devices
ActivID Tap Authentication Platform from HID Global

This multi-factor authentication program enables users to tap their access control smart card to laptops, tablets, phones and other NFC-enabled devices for convenient access to cloud applications, Web-based services and Office365. The solution reduces the need for complex passwords and diminishes password fatigue.

Booth #2613;


Reduces Maintenance and Increases Security for Multi-Family, SMB Buildings
Multi-Family Solution from Yale Locks & Hardware

This solution suite includes access control locks, digital deadbolts, cloud-based lock management software and a credential updater for managing access rights and transmitting audit trails. Potential benefits for building managers or small business owners include reduced maintenance, easier management of access rights and increased security.

Booth #2815;


Aids in Migration to Credential-Based Electronic Solutions
ENGAGE Technology from Allegion

This connectivity platform connects people, openings and access, delivering cost-effective intelligence and efficiency. Schlage NDE Series wireless locks (pictured) are the first platform to use this technology, and they grant users the ability to see who has access where and when, and the ENGAGE platform gives clients access to cloud-based Web and mobile applications to simplify managing and configuring the locks.

Booth #2838;


Enables Easier Visitor Management
C•CURE 9000 v2.40 from Software House, a Tyco Security Products Division

The latest release of this security and event management solution includes visitor management functionality, area pass-through and building automation monitoring capabilities. Users can manage appointments and create temporary credentials – a digital replacement for paper visitor logbooks.

Booth #1701;


Integrates Access Control with Video Management
Vicon Access Control from Vicon Industries

This IP-based access control management system was designed for complete integration with the company’s video management system, ViconNet. This will allow for the automatic linking of ViconNet video with corresponding access control events.

Booth #1523;

Video Surveillance

Delivers Wide-Area Surveillance at Faster Frame Rates
SurroundVideo G5 Camera from Arecont Vision

This generation of multi-sensor panoramic camera systems delivers 180º and 360º wide area coverage, with double the frame rate of previous models. The new camera features low-light technology for color imaging in extreme low-light conditions, and it includes an option for Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) at 12MP resolution for scenes with highly contrasted lighting.

Booth #817;


Enables Use of 4K in Control Rooms
MediaWall V Display Processing Architecture from RGB Spectrum

A new addition to the Enterprise MCMS control room management system, this solution enables users to utilize 4K surveillance technology without losing mission-critical control room applications. The MCMS system now supports a full range of inputs and outputs up to 4K/UHD resolution. Higher resolution of video walls or desktops provides enhanced clarity of detail and increases the number of surveillance streams that can be simultaneously displayed.

Booth #339;


Provides Economical Video Surveillance
WiseNet Lite from Samsung Techwin

This series of 10 IP-based megapixel cameras includes options for indoor domes, outdoor domes, bullet cameras and infrared illumination in 1.3MP and 2MP full-HD versions. The cameras feature 60dB Digital Wide Dynamic Range, which fine-tunes contrast to ensure high-quality detail in the darkest and brightest portions of an image.

Booth #1729;


Maximizes Scene Coverage while Minimizing Bandwidth Consumption
7K HD Pro Camera from Avigilon

This 7K single-sensor camera offers horizontal resolution exceeding 7,000 pixels and more than 30 million total pixels. When coupled with High Definition Stream Management technology from Avigilon’s Control Center software, this camera provides clear image detail, effective processing power and efficient bandwidth and storage management.

Booth #3027; 


Provides Range of Resolutions and Options
IP 4000 and IP 5000 Cameras from Bosch

This family of surveillance cameras is available in a wide selection of indoor and outdoor models to suit any facility or application. The IP 5000 series offers resolutions up to 5 megapixel, and the lower-cost IP 4000 series provides 720p resolution. The fixed or pan-tilt-zoom cameras provide clear images and accurate color representation while fitting your enterprise’s budget.

Booth #1209;


Uses Three 4K Sensors for 180º Views
Q3709-PVE Network Camera from Axis Communications

This camera provides situational awareness of a large area, ideal for city surveillance applications, as well as in stadiums, airports and train stations. By using three factory-focused 4K sensors, there is no stitching in the center of the image for a 180º view.

Booth #1713;


Delivers Higher Image Quality with Fewer Cameras
SNC-VM772R Camera from Sony

This 4K surveillance camera gives enterprise security professionals the opportunity to expand their wide-area surveillance and still capture, magnify and examine the smallest parts of a scene, such as license plates or faces, with a single camera. This model combines these benefits with enhanced visibility, reduced total system costs and flexible and easy installation.

Booth #1139;

Intercoms and Mass Notification

Retains Video Evidence from Emergency Calls
Video Door Entry Station from Talkaphone

Designed for higher education institutions, healthcare and corporate facilities, as well as other institutions where it is necessary to retain video evidence, this video door entry station features an embedded wide-angle megapixel camera that is ONVIF compliant and offers a clear view of the caller. The station works with major video management system vendors and offers greater deployment flexibility.

Booth #2311;


Organizes Data for Streamlined Incident Management
FireWorks Control System from Edwards

This control system delivers comprehensive incident management and mass notification solutions, and it can be installed on a dedicated life safety network or on an enterprise’s network backbone to offer the tools needed to monitor, control and address emergency situations. The system will color-code and prioritize simultaneous emergencies and will support custom audio messaging to reinforce and emergency action plan.

Booth #3915;


Can Remotely Broadcast Emergency Information
IX Series from Aiphone Corporation

This series is a network-based, all-in-one communication and security control system, featuring video identification, emergency call queuing, ONVIF video streaming, and paging. The system can remotely unlock doors or broadcast information quickly to multiple stations using the standard master station or new IX Series mobile application.

Booth #1623;