Homeland Security


Products

  • EduProtect

    A handheld security device has been developed to fight crime against students. EduProtect is the only system that allows you to instantly alert police of an emergency without having a phone in your hand. When facing danger on or off campus, students simply push the button on the wireless hand-held remote to activate the EduProtect app which automatically transmits their personal profile and GPS location to the local police. more

  • ToolVox X3

    The ToolVox X3 from Code Blue is a sophisticated management platform for blue light phones and mass notification systems. By offering unique real-time monitoring and provisioning options for emergency phones, ToolVox is a hub for connecting Help Points and other devices to Code Blue’s software. The X3’s media gateway serves as the network center, bringing analog and IP devices together and connecting to third party products including PBX, as well as public telephone (PSTN) and Internet (ISP) networks. Occupying just two rack units (RU), it satisfies emergency communication requirements by offering redundant power supplies and utilizing hot-swappable RAID drives. more

  • TRIP LP ToneLight

    Transducer USA’s TRIP-LP ToneLight line of annunciators provides both sound and visual alerts and are available in a variety mounting configurations including panel and wall mount styles. Two panel mount types provide distinct audio/visual warnings with flashing LED lights and repetitive audio alerts suitable for all types of alarm situations, including: low-voltage, low-pressure, high-radiation and other potentially serious events. The wall mounted unit generates a siren-type sound and bright LED light output. This unit can be operated with sight and sound simultaneously, or with sound or light independently more

  • PFC-6006 Monitor

  • FM1200 VOLO


Webinars

  • Breakthroughs in Video Analytics

    New WebinarThe use of video analytics is growing rapidly in the surveillance market. It has proven indispensable in high-end security projects, and is becoming increasingly popular in commercial jobs for a wide range of applications. more


Podcasts

  • Expo Seguridad Conversation: Axis Communications

    Fernando Esteban, regional sales manager with Axis Communications, discusses the IP video market in the Mexico and Latin American regions with Security Products Editor-In-Chief Ralph C. Jensen during the first day of Expo Seguridad in Mexico City. more

  • Podcast: Workplace Violence

    Patrick Fiel, public safety advisor with ADT, discusses the recent incidents of workplace violence and how organizations can create a safer environment for employees. more

  • The Listening Post with Dan Verton

    In this episode of The Listening Post with Dan Verton, representatives from videoNEXT discuss the technology that keeps us all safe. more


Videos


Whitepapers

  • Understanding CFATS: What It Means to Your Business

    Whitepaper: Understanding CFATS

    In 2006, the U.S. Congress mandated that “High Risk” chemical facilities develop and implement security plans to guard against the possibility of terrorism. Congress authorized the Department of Homeland Security to develop and administer the appropriate regulations. Congress established fines of $25,000 per day and closure of the facility as the penalties for any company found to be out of compliance. In 2008, DHS began the rollout of the regulation with the most significant and complicated portion of the implementation beginning now. more


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