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ISC West 2010 Conference, Las Vegas, NY, March 2010
Brad Richards, Sales Engineer, describes HySecurity’s full line of hydraulic and electromechanical gate operators, which are well known for their quality, reliability and innovation, and are installed at such critical infrastructure sites as Bagdad International Airport, Fort Knox, and the United Nations. Richards points out that the company’s Smart Touch Control Panel ties in with the IP network and allows integration with command and control systems.
Gary Jones, Sr. Manager, Biometric Security, points out that MorphoTrak has 2.5 billion fingerprints in its database, not to mention a 60% worldwide market share of the biometric market and 50% of USA state and local biometrics. Jones demonstrates the Morpho Access 500+ series, the Morpho J Series, and the Morpho Outdoor Access Device, all of which are waterproof and dustproof. Another great year of customer feedback, he claims.
Regional Sales Manager Matt Bathalter describes Optex America as a sensor manufacturer involved in residential, consumer, critical infrastructure and government. The company is introducing its RLS 3060 Class 1 Laser for CCTV at ISC West. The product is used in logistics, power substations, prisons and nuclear facilities and cannot be seen by an intruder. If you’re looking for a stable, flexible outdoor sensor system, he says, the RLS 3060 is a solid choice.
Elan Moriah, President of Video Communications and Enterprise Business divisions, describes Verint’s business as collecting, analyzing and distributing information focused on voice and video. The trend in vertical such as finance, retail, critical infrastructure and government, he says, is for customers to seek their whole system from one vendor such as Verint, who provides innovative tools and technologies that add up to a solution.
Jimmy Palatsoukas, Senior Product Manager, indicates that Genetec’s mission is to bring multiple security and safety systems within a single software solution. The latest version of the company’s “Security Center” includes video, access control and license plate recognition into one unified platform. The benefits of this seamless integration, he says, are to lower training costs and provide better information to the operator making important decisions.
Larry Thomas, VP of Sales and Marketing, explains that Protech manufactures outdoor intrusion sensors for the government and military markets which keep false alarms low and detection sensitivity high. The company’s new wireless sensor uses a mesh network that can transmit a signal for 2500 feet to a wireless gateway. Thomas sees the future as heading toward wireless communications and IP, where sensors can be inputted into the network.
Southwest Microwave is a developer and designer of outdoor perimeter detection systems used by the military, government agencies and other high-security sites around the world, according to Bob Kirkaldie, VP of Marketing and Sales. All technology in the company’s Intrepid Sensor system is on a common platform in which the intelligent sensors drive the cameras and can capture the image of an intruder within 10 feet.