Smiths Detection’s RadSeeker is designed to quickly and accurately identify radiological and nuclear threats in all operating conditions. The handheld device offers an array of applications from enabling civil defense and first responder rad-nuc search operations to helping port and border personnel with cargo, container and vehicle screening. It is designed to meet the ANSI N42.34-2006 performance standard and the requirements of the Department of Homeland Security Domestic Nuclear Detection Office.
Platinum Tools’ VDV MapMaster voice, data, and video tester can identify and map 19 locations at one time. It tests Cat-6, Cat-5e, Cat-5, Cat-4, Cat-3, coax and shielded cables. Video and data cables can be connected to their respective remotes at the same time to improve testing efficiency. Patch cables may be tested without removing the master remote from storage. The tester offers a convenient size, 7-segment LCD screen and a long battery life.
Lumidigm’s compact Mercury sensors provide multispectral imaging capabilities to fingerprint applications. Multispectral imaging is a biometric technology that virtually eliminates common real-world performance problems experienced with conventional fingerprint sensors. The sensors are designed to capture images quickly, on all people, in all environmental conditions. Two fingerprint sensors are currently available, including the M300 OEM module and M301 desktop sensor.
Angstrom Technologies 6700 Model Universal Money Checker currency scanner has two replaceable ultraviolet lamps that enable the detection and verification of fluorescent security features found in U.S. currency, credit cards, travelers’ checks and IDs. The scanner features a standard lamp that illuminates the watermark, a built-in reference template and a sensor that automatically activates the device when a document is inserted. The unit automatically deactivates after four minutes of non-use. An AC power adapter is included.
Hoyos Corp.’s Eye-Swipe Nano is a scanning device that captures the
irises of people from a distance and in motion at a rate of 20 people
per minute. The high throughput, accuracy, and ease of use make the
device ideal for commercial, industrial and high-density residential
property use. It deploys the same iris-scanning technology that powers
the company’s biometrics products. The device is roughly the size
of a dollar bill.
Kent Security Services
The SafeRise System facilitates management and
control of building entry points, common areas,
elevators and parking lots. It uses second-generation
facial, voice and behavioral biometrics to authenticate
a user’s identity and determine whether
the individual is cleared for access to a protected
area. The system features facial, speech, speaker
and license plate recognition; a redundant on-site
server; networked door controllers and intercoms;
high-resolution surveillance cameras; and electronic
Fast Access Security Corp.
The Biometric Fingerprint Door Access Kit provides
non-wireless entry access control. The kit includes
the SBF700 biometric fingerprint keyless entry
system, a 1,000 mA power supply and a DS150i
motion detector. A magnetic lock, electric strike or
electric deadbolt and an egress button may be
added. Users can program the unit using the infrared
remote control keypad or fingerprint manager.
The system can store up to 120 fingerprints. There
are two fingerprint managers, and each fingerprint
has one ID code.
Napco Security Technologies
The BioReader indoor/outdoor biometric keypad
integrates with alarm panels or functions as a
stand-alone alarm and garage door access controller.
The vandal-resistant unit is made with alloy
metals to withstand 14- to 122-degree Fahrenheit
temperatures. A one-touch button arms/disarms
the system and activates relay groups, and audible,
visual and biofeedback indicators display the
keypad’s armed status. The biometric ambush feature
allows pre-selected buttons or a fingerprint
scan to silently call police during a robbery.
The Single Door Unit provides biometric access
control. The embedded unit features 4.7x2.4x1.8-
inch biometric reader dimensions and a 24-volt DC
power source. The single-gang mount can be used
with a door strike or a magnetic lock and is designed
for indoor and outdoor use in residential,
commercial, warehouse, garage and IT applications.
The stand-alone device does not require a
server or software.
The EasyRead handheld biometric reader provides
travel document verification. The mobile device
reads and inspects first- and second-generation
e-passports and other documents in accordance
with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s
9303 standard. The optical camera-based scanner
reads up to three lines of machine-readable data
from passports, ID cards and visas. The unit features
a 508 dpi NIST-approved fingerprint sensor
and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular network connectivity.