People are still running around the exhibit hall at ASIS 2009 in Anaheim. Here are a first selected booths and their tech. Check previous Zalud's Blog Technologies articles for more coverage.

ioimage Camera With Built-In Self-Sustained Video Analytics Booth 1263

The newest addition to ioimage's series of ioicam intelligent video cameras, the sc1dn, will be available for shipping as of February 2010 and will retail in the U.S. for $990.

The ioicam sc1dn's affordable price and ease of use make it particularly practical for mid-sized entities such as remote monitoring, educational and logistics centers, and other commercial sites, according to the company. Embedded with ioimage video analytics, which is time-tested and utilized by government and commercial organizations under harsh environmental conditions, the ioicam sc1dn also provides a suitable solution for high-end installations such as government institutions and homeland security.

Easily set up and operated via a standard Web browser, the ioicam sc1dn can be configured and managed using ioimage command center software and also seamlessly integrates with leading NVR and management platforms.

Exceptionally low noise levels and low light performance optimize the captured video signal and achieve maximum detection capabilities while maintaining an extremely low false alarm rate. Applications built in to the ioicam sc1dn include intrusion detection, tripwire, fence trespassing and camera tampering. The unit can also be easily configured to detect unattended baggage, object removal, loitering and stopped vehicles.

"Intelligent video appliances equipped with ioimage's time tested video analytics offer high performance, cost effective security solutions to mid-range and high-end installations of all kinds," said Zeev Farkash, ioimage CEO. "Our latest camera, the ioicam sc1dn, exemplifies our commitment to broadening the reach of video analytics."

ioimage at Booth 1263

Six New Video Solutions on Intransa Videoappliance Booth 781

Intransa at ASIS International 2009 announced that ten video management software solutions are now available on Intransa’s video appliance systems. Intransa VideoAppliance eliminates the complexity and cost of integrating commodity servers, storage and other hardware, delivering an installer-ready, video optimized IP surveillance solution for simplicity, improved reliability and energy savings. Certifying and then preloading video management solution (VMS) applications on Intransa’s VideoAppliance eliminates the installation and support challenges for security departments, while eliminating costly, complex commodity servers and storage.

March Networks VideoSphere, Axis Communications’ Axis Camera Station, Salient Systems CompleteView, TimeSight Systems Video Lifecycle Management, videoNEXT SKM and VideoProtein 3.0 are the six newest applications certified for use with the Intransa VideoAppliance family. They join Exacq Technologies exacqVision, Genetec Omnicast, JDS Digital Security Systems Softsite32, Milestone Systems XProtect, and On-Net Surveillance Systems (OnSSI) NetDVMS which have been available since June.

Intransa in Booth 781

Aware Mobile Network and Integrated Video Environment Booth 4369

SRI International's Direct Technology group is showing both the Aware Mobile Network and Integrated Video Environment (IVE) products. SRI will be joined in its booth by technology partner Steelbox, which develops IP media appliances that deliver comprehensive switching, distribution and recording of video and audio for unprecedented scalability and flexibility. SRI's IVE product solves the problem of managing large-scale video surveillance systems and uses Steelbox's media appliances to organize hundreds of video sources within a single, intuitive interface.

Aware is an intuitive, standards-based command and control software application designed specifically for public safety needs. It can create its own network or be used with an existing network infrastructure. Designed to maximize the usage of legacy investments, Aware communicates directly with existing security camera and management infrastructures, and is the only solution that leverages these systems to existing equipment used by law enforcement.

The Web 2.0 interface includes several powerful features that enable public safety officials to view real time multi-cast video, visualize information using interactive street map views with GPS, gain one-click access to web-based applications, and collaborate via instant messaging and benefit from whiteboard-style data sharing. Police departments in Lakewood, New Jersey and Atherton, California are actively using the technology. In addition, several other police departments are currently conducting trial deployments.

SRI International in Booth 4369