Tyco Security Products, part of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company, is returning to the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, Sept 28-Oct 1, 2015, in Anaheim, Calif., at booth 1701 to introduce some exciting new integrations and solutions.

“Our growing portfolio of solutions offers extensive integrations within our core product lines in video surveillance, access control and intrusion,” said Anita Santos, vice president, marketing, Tyco Security Products. “Our unique ability to deliver these integrations provides our customers with intuitive solutions for business intelligence and operational benefits beyond the traditional core security functions.”

Highlighting the slate of new integrations at ASIS International is the latest version of exacqVision video management system (VMS) software from Exacq. exacqVision 7.2 has a new native integrated solution with the Kantech EntraPass access control system. Using exacqVision CameraLinks, users can secure doors, communicate with people at the door and trigger alarms directly from the live view page. This integration puts the most needed access control commands at the operator’s fingertips to greatly improve user response time to critical events within one, complete solution.

Also on display are two new integrations for the DSC PowerSeries Neo hybrid intrusion platform. PowerSeries Neo, in conjunction with Kantech’s v6.03 EntraPass or Software House’s C•CURE 9000v2.30 R2 or v2.40, offers enhanced remote system management for customers.

The growing Illustra IP camera portfolio continues to expand with the new Illustra Pro mini-dome cameras in 2, 3 and 5 megapixel resolutions. These high definition IP cameras deliver exceptional low light video quality and high performance in extreme conditions. Illustra will also debut its Pro PTZ 30x dome, which employs zoom-adjusted program (ZAP) technology to automatically control the pan and tilt speed in proportion to the amount of zoom used. As one of the fastest high definition PTZ cameras in the industry, the Illustra Pro PTZ 30x moves into position at 512 degrees per second.

Illustra cameras are easily configured with exacqVision video management system (VMS) software and American Dynamicsvictor Video Management System (VMS). The newest version of  the exacqVision recorder provides better camera power management with integrated PoE and PoE+ camera power ports built in and combined with Illustra IP cameras, offers the easiest video recorder to quote, install and service.

From American Dynamics, the newest version of victor Video Management System delivers lens-to-evidence cybersecurity, single point alarm/event management and incident reporting that streamlines case management.  VideoEdge analytics enable real-time alerts, forensic investigations, and integrate with data to deliver business intelligence.

To highlight these introductions, Tyco Security Products will host a Presentation Theater at booth 1701 where top-level technology experts from the company will present several seminars each day on a variety of topics. These topics include the introduction of cost-effective yet technologically advanced IP cameras through Illustra and how to optimize your access control system through Kantech. Each session is designed to educate security systems integrators, consultants and end users on product selection, product implementation and market trends.

For more information on the full Tyco Security Products portfolio, please visit Booth 1701 or www.tycosecurityproducts.com.