The TG-1 Express is Telular’s smallest cellular communicator. Offering flexible features and functionality, the TG-1 Express helps to reduce cost and installation time in cell-only, no landline, VoIP homes. It transmits full data from security and fire systems to central stations using a nationwide digital cellular network.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
The IP Interoperability and Collaboration System solution streamlines radio dispatch operation and allows organizations to rapidly respond to incidents, emergencies and facility events. The IPICS Dispatch Console integrates with virtually any analog or digital radio system and enables the sharing of rich media such as video, images, Web links and alarms.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
The Physical Security Multiservices Platform offers choices for deploying and managing physical security services including video surveillance, access control and incident response communications. The server is a compact, 1 RU appliance that provides a variety of benefits, including high-storage density, system resiliency, hardware diagnostics and a high-performing motherboard.
iRa C3 Command Center for the iPad puts a video wall experience in the hands of anyone with access to live video for actionable, real-time information. The product provides real-time situational awareness for first responders and security personnel by allowing them to manipulate camera positioning and view up to 20 live video feeds on the iPad.
Tatung Co. of America
The TLTM19AD 19-inch LCD touchscreen monitor provides users with an interactive security tool. The monitor can be placed on a desk surface or rack mounted. It features a black textured case, 1280x1024 XGA, analog RGB, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, speakers, 0.29-millimeter dot pitch, five-wire resistive membrane, and a USB and RS-232 interface.
Honeywell Security & Communications
Total Connect communication services allows users to stay connected to their security systems remotely by using Web-enabled devices such as laptops and smart phones. Users can view live video and receive video notifications of activity around monitored areas upon an alarm or pre-programmed events. Users also can manually record video clips or take snapshots.
Grandstream Networks’ GXV3611_HD and GXV3611_LL progressive-scan CMOS fixed dome IP surveillance cameras feature SIP/VoIP support, enabling business owners to stream all monitoring activity to a mobile or video phone. The GXV3611_HD camera delivers multi-rate H.264 real-time video streaming with a maximum resolution of 1,600x900 at a frame rate of up to 25 fps. The GXV3601_LL captures and streams high-quality real-time video under low-light conditions (as low as 0.05 lux) and up to 30 fps with full D1 or VGA resolution
Avigilon’s Control Center 4.2 HD surveillance software with high-definition stream management captures, transmits, manages, stores, archives, plays back and exports HD video while handling bandwidth and storage requirements. Avigilon Control Center 4.2 includes full-featured client software that can be used with Microsoft Internet Explorer. The control center also features site grouping for dynamic system explorer layout, audio alerts for rules engine events and alarm monitoring, manually triggered recording and expanded third-party IP camera support.
IQinVision’s IQeye BASIC LINE of mini-dome cameras now includes MAIN profile H.264 and vandalproof models. The original VGA, 1.3 MP and 2.0 MP mini domes are available in standard or vandalproof models, and IQinVision has added HD 480p and HD 720p H.264 MAIN profile models that also are available in standard or vandalproof models. The vandalproof models feature a cast aluminum base and tamper-resistant screws.
Videotec’s DCZ keyboard lets users manage CCTV applications via a PC. The device is equipped with a jog shuttle, a joystick, 38 backlit keys and an alarm buzzer that integrates with the control systems. The unit connects with other keyboards, mouse and joysticks and is powered by a USB cable. A layer of transparent plastic protects each printed panel against wear.