Inovonics News

Optex ISeries Battery-Powered Wireless Detectors Enhance Construction Site Security By Countering Thefts

Multiple Construction sites in the Albuquerque area are managed by Shumate Constructors, Inc., an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based construction contractor, that is also renowned for building educational facilities. In addition to building schools from the ground up, Shumate Constructors completes school additions and remodels. Construction site thefts Three years ago, the company began having problems keeping thieves out of its construction sites during non-working hours. Unwatched construction s...

Optex Secures School Campus In Atlanta With Wireless Passive Infrared Detectors

A high school campus in an Atlanta suburb underwent a complete remodel. Temporary modular buildings were set up on a large area of the campus to act as classrooms during the year-plus long construction. Due to the temporary structures, accessible HVAC units and threat of vandalism, a stable and reliable solution was needed that would also be easy to both install and move if necessary.   Wireless passive infrared detectors An integrator was selected who then teamed up with Optex to create...

Vera Cadillac Equips With Tyco And Optex Integrated Security Solution To Counter Cars, Accessories And Car Parts Theft

Vera Cadillac, a renowned automotive dealer in the Fort Lauderdale area of the US State of Florida was looking to install an advanced security system to counter the growing threat of sophisticated thieves - sophisticated enough to know how to circumvent the current security system and steal parts, tires and in some cases, complete cars. Vera’s current security system included inexpensive CCTV cameras with video motion sensors that proved ineffective in deterring theft at the dealer’...

Inner Range Keeps Grade 3 Certified Intruder Detection System As Standard For Its Access Control Products

Inner Range access control products all include intruder detection systems certified as Grade 3, according to European Standard EN50131-1. The grading system reflects how skilled and prepared intruders might be. Grade 3 (on an ascending risk scale from 1 to 4) assumes intruders will have some knowledge of an alarm system and a comprehensive range of tools and portable electronic equipment. Many insurance companies will not provide business cover unless a Grade 3 alarm system is in place. Effec...

Tri-Ed Wraps Up 2015 Stadium Tour With Final Stop In Denver, Colorado

Tri-Ed customers enjoy a night out at the ballgame following technical trainings and product Demos Tri-Ed Distribution's 2015 Stadium Tour wrapped up its cross country journey with a final stop in Denver, Colorado. These customer appreciation and training events attracted hundreds of dealers and integrators in Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle and Denver. Training And Networking Opportunities The Tours included technical trainings across every product categ...

Open Options To Unveil DNA Fusion V6.4 And Integration With Vingtor-Stentofon, Inovonics And Bosch At ASIS 2015

ASIS attendees are encouraged to visit Open Options at Booth 3047 to experience the latest in access control software Leading access control provider Open Options will unveil DNA Fusion version 6.4 and exciting new integrations with Vingtor-Stentofon, Inovonics, and Bosch at ASIS International’s 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits this September in Anaheim, California. New Partnerships “Our ability to provide the most IT-centric access control solution on the market...

PSIA Releases Draft Proposal Of Its Physical-Logical Access Interoperability Specification At ISC West 2014

PLAI specification streamlines and standardises the management of physical and logical identities Cost effective, automated synchronisation of physical and logical identities, privileges and credentials took a major step toward becoming an industry standard today, with the Physical Security Interoperability Association (PSIA) releasing a draft proposal of its Physical-Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification. "We're excited about the potential the PLAI specificati...

PSIA Announces Launch Of Physical-Logical Access Interoperability Working Group

The new PSIA specification will build on standards already used in the logical identity and access management world Tackling one of the most expensive and complex security challenges businesses face, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) recently announced it has launched the Physical-Logical Access Interoperability Working Group. This group will develop a specification to unify logical and physical identities so that security industry manufacturers, integrato...

PSIA Enables Interoperability Among Security Systems And Demonstrates At ASIS 2012

The PSIA has released seven systems specifications built with broad industry support Leading access control, intrusion detection, managed service providers, physical security information management (PSIM), video, and video storage vendors demonstrated the "plug and play" interoperability of their Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA)-compliant systems today during a series of demonstrations at ASIS 2012. The demonstrations showcased the utility of PSIA's newest s...

Leading Security Vendors To Demonstrate PSIA-compliant Systems At ASIS 2012

Nine use cases will be demonstrated at ASIS 2012, including automatic discovery of equipment and systems Leading security vendors will demonstrate the interoperability of their PSIA-compliant systems, including access control, intrusion detection, video, analytics and storage and physical security information management (PSIM), at ASIS 2012. At least nine use cases based on new and existing PSIA specifications will be demonstrated at ASIS 2012, including automatic discovery o...