ONVIF announced the final release of Profile C, which extends the functionality of ONVIF’s global interface specification
April 24, 2014
Profile C also can be combined with ONVIF Profile S for video and audio streaming so users can group related access and video devices, sharing the same device management features such as network configuration and system settings.
When United Technologies Corp. (UTC), Hartford, Conn., (parent company of Casi-Rusco) announced that it would “end-of-life” its Secure Perfect and Picture Perfect solutions, it sent integrators — and other manufacturers such as AMAG Technology (AMAG), Torrance, Calif. — searching for a solution to provide to end users.
HID Global announced that its networked access controllers and readers were selected by the National University of Singapore Suzhou Research Institute (NUSRI) in China to enhance campus security and facility management. The solution leverages the university’s existing TCP/IP network investment to deliver a Web-based access control system.
The Physical Security Interoperability Association (PSIA) reported that cost-effective, automated synchronization of physical and logical identities, privileges and credentials took a major step toward becoming an industry standard recently, with PSIA’s release during ISC West of a draft proposal of its Physical-Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification.
Indianapolis-based infinias, a manufacturer and provider of IP-based access control software and hardware, announced a strategic integration partnership with Identity One, a provider of biometric hardware.
After repeated intrusions highlighted the lax security situation at the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), art students took matters into their own hands by raising the money necessary to fund a project that led to the installation of Schlage HandKey readers on the six-building complex.
Observint Technologies, a provider of video surveillance, audio surveillance and access control technologies based in Indianapolis, has planned a number of events around the country in coming weeks for integrators to either earn certification to sell certain of its products or simply learn more about the company and its offerings.
AMAG Technology, Torrance, Calif., recently invited some of the security industry’s top consultants to Tampa, Fla., to learn more about the company’s solutions, partners and end users at its Security Engineering Symposium (SES).