Bosch Security Systems announces the Remote Security Control app for B Series and GV4 Control Panels now supports Android Devices, in addition to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Delivering flexibility and convenience for customers, Remote Security Control allows arming and disarming of one or more systems or areas, as well as controlling any connected outputs—including lights, garage doors, and more. Users can also check system status and lock, unlock, cycle or secure doors within GV4 systems that include access control.
ComNet introduces a unique SFP (Small Form Factor Pluggable) device that can be used in any Ethernet device, and can extends distances over COAX or UTP cables to 3000 ft. The ComNet SFP-CL can be used in any Ethernet device that uses MSA-compliant SFPs for connectivity. Two different models are being announced, a 10Mbps and 100MBPS model. These SFP modules can be connected any ComNet CopperLine device.
Bosch Security Systems has added new features to its B Series Control Panels, making them easier to use and maintain. With firmware 2.01, the panels offer improved text and e-mail alerts, expanded language capabilities and remote firmware updates of peripheral devices. Customers can now use the B Series Control Panel’s built-in Ethernet connection to send e-mail or text alerts for system events. With this capability, a cellular connection is no longer required for these alerts, reducing costs for the user. In addition, user names, point names and area names are included in the notifications to make them easier to understand.
The touchscreen app OmniTouch 7 is a capacitive touch, glass front touchscreen that features a 7 inch high res screen for controlling security, energy and entertainment settings in a residential setting. The program features large icons and integrates with the Leviton security system to alert emergency personnel, lock or unlock doors and view IP or analog surveillance video footage. The device also features slider bars to adjust light levels and humidity settings.
OnSSI’s Ocularis LS features comprehensive VMS and PSIM functionality for streaming, recording and managing an unlimited number of cameras. Designed for mobility without compromise, the Ocularis LS incorporates edge recording support for local recording on the camera in the absence of network connectivity, and automatic and seamless download of the recorded video when in range of the network. Ocularis LS provides comprehensive management and control of all video devices and recording servers from a centralized location with unlimited scalability. Its 64-bit architecture accommodates edge recording capability with automatic or flexible retrieval, configuration reports for document configuration settings and a system status monitor.
Camden Door Controls Inc.
With the addition of a Wiegand output, fully independent relays and an optional plug-in Lazerpoint 2-channel wireless transmitter, Camden Door Controls’ CM-120 Series take keypads to a new level, by offering more features and at a lower cost than competitive keypads in the market. Built to the highest standards of quality and boosting performance, ‘Camden Tough’ flush mount CM-120 series keypads includes CM-120i, an indoor digital keypad, and the CM-120wV2, a weather and vandal resistant, back lit, metal keypad. The new CM-120TX Series wireless keypads utilize Lazerpoint RF 2-channel spread spectrum communications to provide the most reliable wireless operation.
Designed for the protection of fence lines, open areas, gates, entryways and rooftop applications, the all-weather INTREPID MicroWave 330 offers a 1500 ft. detection range as well as robust programming, intrusion detection and remote management capabilities. Specialized detection algorithms continuously monitor alarm and tamper status, signal strength and detection parameters. Enhanced crawl and vehicle detection optimize probability of detection (pD), while unique Fresnel suppression algorithms successfully discriminate between intrusion attempts and environmental disturbances or other false targets, mitigating risk of site compromise while preventing nuisance alarms. The system’s superior K-band performance identifies slow-moving intruders and prevents interference from external radar or other microwave systems
Lenel Systems International Inc.
Developed by Lenel Systems International, goEntry 3.0 is a web-based access control solution with free iPad app and video integration. goEntry 3.0 is ideal for small- to medium-sized businesses and provides customers an entry-point solution that offers a future growth path to OnGuard. goEntry requires no server or additional software, and features installer and end-user wizards, device discovery, tool tips and help functions that enable customers to get up-and-running quickly and easily. An iPad app is available to help installers remotely administer or diagnose the system, while delivering on-the-go information to end users.
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies introduces the aptiQmobile, a web-based key management system that lets near-field communications (NFC)-enable smartphones be used like a badge ID to gain access to buildings and other ID card applications. The process uses strong security standards to turn NFC-enabled smartphones into an access control credential, which allows users to enter a building with a smartphone instead of a traditional ID badge. All users have to do is download the aptiQmobile app. <@NPcompany name>Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies.
Genetec’s AutoVu Pay-by-Plate Sync feature offers an open-architecture approach that simplifies the process of creating an end-to-end pay-by-plate (PBP) solution, allowing customers to select and integrate different parking systems that are otherwise non-compatible such as parking and permit management systems, parking meters and pay-by-phone solutions. By acting as a central aggregating database, AutoVu uses the license plate number as the key identifier and works with a wide variety of parking permit types, including residential permits, university semester permits, employee permits and shared permits, as well as transient parking transactions from pay stations and pay-by-phone systems.