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DITEK, global provider of surge protection solutions, is displaying their newly improved DTK-RMNETS series of modular network protection products here at GSX 2018 (booth #3857). Designed with state-of-the-art circuitry, the DTK-RMNETS lineup provides superior rack-mounted surge protection for up to 24 shielded Ethernet and PoE connections in a compact 1RU mount - ideal for installations where multiple Ethernet cabling feeds require surge protection before entering network switches. The improved lineup lets installers match the number of connections needed for a project while providing room for easy growth and supports hybrid protection with a mix of both Ethernet/PoE and PoE Extender circuits within a single rack-mount housing. DTK-RMNETS Series The enhanced DTK-RMNETS product line is the next evolution in surge protectors for Ethernet and PoE"“The enhanced DTK-RMNETS product line is the next evolution in surge protectors for Ethernet and PoE,” said Jason Klein, National Sales Manager, DITEK. “It provides unmatched value and exceptional protection for networked systems and is easy to maintain and replace when protection modules have sacrificed. When used in conjunction with our single-channel protectors at the equipment end of the cable runs, users have a comprehensive network protection solution.” The flagship of the enhanced lineup is the DTK-RM24NETS, a 24-channel, 1U rack mount device providing the industry’s strongest surge protection for shielded Ethernet and Power over Ethernet (PoE) connections. Compatible with CAT5e, CAT6 and CAT6A cabling infrastructure, it supports data speeds up to 10GbE, offers field-replaceable modules that can be swapped without removing the housing from the rack, and provides surge protection grounding to remote devices when used with STP cabling. PoE Plus and Hi-PoE ready for high-wattage applications, the DTK-RM24NETS complies with IEEE standards 802.3af and 802.3at for PoE surge protection and is enclosed in rugged galvannealed housing. Ethernet/PoE The complete DTK-RMNETS rack-mount protection product series now includes models with 12, 16 or 24 channels to better match a range of project sizes. Along with the new 24-channel model, the company announced improvements to the 12 and 16-channel versions that allow additional modules to be added at any time to support up to 24 channels to accommodate current system needs or future growth. The rapid replacement modules can now support hybrid operation with both Ethernet/PoE and PoE Extender circuitsIn addition, the rapid replacement modules can now be mixed within a single housing to support hybrid operation with both Ethernet/PoE and PoE Extender circuits, providing even more flexibility for meeting the needs of both new installations and adding protection to current installations. The company also offers single channel Ethernet/PoE and PoE Extender protectors that are designed to be installed on the device end of the cable to ensure protection at both ends. This is recommended practice for externally mounted cameras and required by the NFPA when a SLC Loop runs between two buildings. Surge Protection “Surge protection is an important preventive step to help preserve the functionality of all types of electronic devices and systems,” added Mr. Klein. “Adding surge protection is an easy, cost-effective measure to ensure that life safety and security devices can do their essential jobs without interruption.”
Axis Communications, Citilog and Genetec converge at ITS World Congress 2018 to showcase best-of-breed technology that is making roads safer, smarter and more sustainable Axis Communications, the market provider of network video technology, will be showcasing alongside Citilog and Genetec a best-of-breed traffic management solution to help ease congestion and identify traffic collisions in real-time at ITS World Congress 2018. The event, which takes place Copenhagen, is one of the most important in the transport industry, with major players presenting solutions that make our road networks and cities safer, smarter, and more sustainable. Utilizing Machine Learning Technology The combined traffic management system utilizes Citilog’s Automatic Incident Detection solution, which can identify incidents in real-time utilizing machine learning technology. The analytical software can recognize what is normal within a scene, so when an abnormal activity occurs, such as cars stopping suddenly or traffic coming to a standstill, an alert can be sent to the operator via unified mobility operations with Genetec Traffic Sense. Decisions can then be made in real-time to help manage an incident. This is made possible through Axis’ innovative range of network-connected cameras, which enable operators to review a scene in great detail. Daren Lang, Regional Manager, Business Development, Northern Europe at Axis Communications, states, “Our roads are getting busier, especially on motorways and in cities. As populations across Europe continue to rise, so too does the number of cars on our roads. This in turn leads to greater pollution, more accidents, and increased congestion on our networks. Identifying accidents, congestion, or illegally parked cars in real-time is crucial to help our transport systems run smoothly with less of an environmental impact, keeping road users safe and on the move.” One of the vital elements of this incident detection technology is the efficiency in detecting incidents and accidents quickly and reliably" Incident Detection Technology Axis, Citilog and Genetec are attending ITS World Congress 2018 between 17-21 September, Copenhagen. Eric Toffin, CEO at Citilog, states, “One of the vital elements of this incident detection technology is the efficiency in detecting incidents and accidents quickly and reliably, allowing traffic operators to manage incidents efficiently. An additional benefit is that you don’t have to deploy an entirely new infrastructure on a road network for this to work, which can be timely and extremely expensive. Instead, an existing video-surveillance infrastructure can be used with network cameras that support analytics on the edge. The technology can also be applied to a server-based system, so transport operators can breathe new life into and extend the lifespan of their existing technology.” Unifying Video With Traffic Management Christian C. Lemire, Team Lead, Intelligent Mobility Practice at Genetec, states, “Historically, video operators have monitored a large number of screens looking for anomalies in traffic flow, meaning often incidents were missed. Unifying video with traffic management, and turning this video data into smart data, means transport operators can retrieve additional value from their existing infrastructures. It’s more cost-effective and intelligent, meaning a safer and smarter journey for the road user.”
Boon Edam Inc., a global provider of security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced they are emphasizing the theme of tailgating in booth #1715 at the GSX (formerly ASIS) exhibition in Las Vegas, NV from September 25-27. GSX is an annual event that brings together 22,000 participants from across the security profession for a week of networking, educational opportunities and discovering the latest security solutions. Boon Edam is also the official turnstile sponsor of the show. Access technologies are critical for granting or denying entry to secure areas within a building. However, these solutions are only effective at mitigating tailgating when coupled with security entrances. This complete solution ensures only one person enters per valid authorization. The following solutions will be on display in Boon Edam’s booth: Preventing Tailgating And Intrusion Offering the highest level of security available in an entrance, the Circlelock security portal prevents intrusion into the most sensitive areas such as data centers Tourlock 180+90: The industry’s best-selling security revolving door will feature an AMAG Symmetry card reader to demonstrate access control integration paired with the door’s uniquely high, bi-directional throughput and its ability to prevent tailgating and piggybacking without manned supervision. Circlelock: Offering the highest level of security available in an entrance, the Circlelock security portal prevents intrusion into the most sensitive areas such as data centers. The portal will be configured to demonstrate two-factor authentication: an AMAG Symmetry card reader on the outside of the portal conducts the initial authorization, followed by an iris scanning technology inside the portal from Iris ID called the iCAM7S Series reader, to confirm identity. Mantrap Entrance With Two-factor Authentication Circlelock Combi: This half-portal solution is the newest entry from Boon Edam. The Combi transforms an existing swinging door into a high security mantrap entrance that prevents piggybacking. It also enables organizations to save on both space and renovation costs. In the booth, the half portal will demonstrate a two-factor authentication scenario: initial authentication using an AMAG Symmetry card reader to enter the portal, followed by facial scanning technology from StoneLock Pro to open the second door. Lifeline Speedlane Swing: The industry’s slimmest optical turnstile will feature a custom, integrated pedestal that incorporates the MorphoWave touchless fingerprint technology from IDEMIA. This solution enables high throughput with the enhanced security of rapid biometric identification, all in a stylish, cohesive design. Integrating Card Readers And Barcode Scanners The Boost is suitable for the integration of a variety of access control systems, ranging from card readers and barcode scanners to various biometric devices New! Lifeline Boost: A brand new, stylish access control pedestal designed by Boon Edam to perfectly complement the popular Lifeline optical turnstile series. The Boost is suitable for the integration of a variety of access control systems, ranging from card readers and barcode scanners to various biometric devices. BoonConnect: An IP-addressable, proprietary software system providing diagnostic and configuration tools for the Tourlock security revolving door and Circlelock mantrap portal. Users can remotely access door operations and events using devices such as a tablet, laptop or smartphone via a secured corporate network. Tailgating Prize Giveaway We’re celebrating our position as the market leader for security entrances, according to a recent report by IHS Markit, with a tailgating-themed prize giveaway. All visitors to GSX are invited to participate by visiting booth #1715 during show hours. Participants have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes that will help them make the most of the upcoming tailgating season: the Big Green Egg grill, a YETI cooler, StubHub tickets and much more. Winners will be selected at random after the exhibition, and an announcement will be made to all participants via email on October 5.
The rapidly evolving security landscape and the technologies poised to disrupt the industry will take center stage in a reimagined expo hall at Global Security Exchange (GSX), being held Sept 23-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. In the first year of its rebrand following a 63-year history as the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits, GSX is expected to attract more than 20,000 operational and cyber security professionals and 550 exhibitors for the industry’s flagship event. ASIS International is the world's largest association for security management professionals. “ASIS is reinventing the way our industry supports innovation,” said Richard E. Chase, CPP, PCI, PSP, 2018 President, ASIS International. “We're bringing together entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and business and industry veterans for conversations and hands-on demos of technologies that are reshaping entire industries. Attendees will hear perspectives from all vantage points and walk away with a better understanding of the risks and opportunities inherent in these applications. There is no other event in our industry offering these comprehensive discussions and demonstrations—directly on the expo floor.” The GSX show floor will feature immersive, experiential learning opportunities including the X Stage, the event’s signature innovation theater Leading Technologies At Learning Theatres Upending the traditional trade show experience, the GSX show floor will feature immersive, experiential learning opportunities including the X Stage, the event’s signature innovation theater. Here attendees will see frontier technologies demoed, and will hear how cryptocurrencies and AI/VR/AR are reshaping entire industries. Education on the X Stage includes: Blockchains, Crypto, and De-Centralization: Tuesday 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Learn how these technologies are poised to revolutionise fundamental concepts within the security industry, like identity management, authentication, and personnel surety. Forecasting Security Needs Through Intelligence–How Information and Analytics Will Drive the Future: Tuesday 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Hear firsthand from Ty Richmond, CPP, president, Universal Services of America, as he discusses Allied Universal investments in AI and Robotics and how they leverage technology to make deployment of human protective assets more efficient and effective. Enterprise Virtual Reality: Wednesday 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. STRIVR kicks off an afternoon of programming focused on AR/VR and wearable technology by discussing how virtual reality is changing the game in developing training content. Security Innovation Landscape: Thursday 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Building off exciting news announced at Air Force Major General Bradley Spacy's Wednesday keynote, groups like AFWERX, Accenture, and the DHS Science and Technology Directorate will discuss the ways they are accelerating innovative solutions to create real long-term value. Xperience And Xcelerated Exchange Stage Additional theaters include the Xperience Stage–focused on tried and true best practices–and the Xcelerated Exchange Stage, which provides a ‘town hall’ forum for conversations between industry, technologists, and business and government leaders. Also, on the expo floor is the GSX D3 Xperience–providing hands-on demos and education around drones, droids, and anti-UAS defense systems.
LifeSafety Power Inc. heads to the Global Security Exchange (formerly ASIS International Conference and Exhibits), September 24- September 27 in Las Vegas, riding the coattails of recent product awards and groundbreaking innovation in power, security and access control. With continued advancements created by LifeSafety Power in intelligent networking, users can now get a real-time look at the health of power-connected solutions across an enterprise or single location. This data, helps them proactively predict and preempt component failure (such as a failing electronic lock), assess overall solution integrity and perform managed power services. MSM-Enterprise And ProWire Unified Power Booth 2765 will feature Multi-Site Manager-Enterprise (MSM-Enterprise), named a Security Today 2018 New Product of the Year. MSM-Enterprise is PC-software driven and has the ability to manage hundreds of power-connected systems, extracting critical information on the well-being of components. MSM-Enterprise provides detailed data on operability and viability through information gathered on power variances or voltage events. As a result, users can monitor, assess, maintain and troubleshoot proactively for greater system uptime. MSM-Enterprise provides detailed data on operability and viability through information gathered on power variances or voltage eventsAlso, at GSX18, LifeSafety Power will showcase a new standard in power—ProWire Unified Power access management systems. ProWire makes it simple to create a connected power campus, eliminating installation variability for consistent, repeatable and professional results. UL/ULC certified, ProWire’s precision wiring design shaves off hours of internal panel wiring. Network-connected ProWire systems can also interface directly into Mercury Security or Software House C●Cure 9000 platforms, allowing users to receive, manage and control alerts and notifications. FlexPower Unified Power And DCLASS LifeSafety Power will also feature its flagship, modular FlexPower Unified Power and new integration with Digital Monitoring Products (DCLASS). DCLASS features mechanical and electrical integration of power, access control hardware and lock power in a single, certified enclosure supporting two to 18 doors of access control. DCLASS is designed to easily add networking capabilities for intelligent data collection, battery management and monitored power services. Additional products on display during the show include Vantage, a best-in-class pricing, performance and value in a ready-to-install power system; and Gemini, the award-winning rackmount configuration that solves small space dilemmas with a sleek footprint integrating power and access control. New integrations with technology partners Integrated Control Technology (ICT) and Identiv Inc. will also be featured at the booth.