The security industry’s use of drones has exploded in the past 12 months, making adoption lightning-fast for an industry known as a bit of a dinosaur. If you haven’t started offering drone solutions for your customers, you’re already late.
Back when video surveillance relied on tape-based VCRs for recording, deploying these systems was fairly straightforward. You simply connected the camera or cameras directly to the VCR and — voila — everything was captured on tape. Retention depended on how often you wanted to switch out the tape and how much cabinet space you had to store tapes.
Anixter, a global distributor of communication and security products, released a technical application guide on Utility Grade Infrastructure (UTG), a new technology platform, assurance program and design approach that redefines the infrastructure layer to support multiple building subsystems, technologies and applications.
Aiphone, an international manufacturer of intercom and security communication products, updated its QuikSpec online design tool, making it easier for specifiers and installers to find product information required to accurately design and assemble intercom products.
DITEK’s uninterruptible power supplies, DTK-UPS600 and DTK-UPS800, extend the company’s lineup of comprehensive solutions to economically protect and power smaller electronic systems, including home and office workstations, POS and lottery terminals, fuel pumps, access control systems and more.
SECO-LARM’s mechanical keypad door lock (SD-962H-8LAQ) features non-handed installation, an external and internal entry lever, 13 code buttons, more than 8,000 possible codes and easy-to-change lock codes.
Openpath’s lockdown solution gives authorized users the ability to lock and unlock any door, zone or building in case of emergency — including active shooter, other emergency incidents and natural disasters — from a mobile device or third-party trigger, remotely or wired. Openpath’s triple-unlock technology works over Wi-Fi, LTE and Bluetooth, guaranteeing a fast and reliable connection.
The COSEC ARC DC200 is a standalone access control IP panel based on the IP-to-door concept, eliminating the need for individual cable laying requirements between the access panel to a reader or lock for access control applications.
ADT Commercial is expanding its presence in Atlanta with the purchase of Critical Systems. Headquartered in Marietta, Ga. and established in 2002, Critical Systems specializes in enterprise-class fire alarm, fire suppression, life safety and integrated building security solutions for high-rise properties, healthcare campuses and mission-critical data, manufacturing and distribution facilities in Atlanta and its suburbs.
The BriefCam Starter Kit program is a tightly coupled appliance-based solution that enables low-touch deployments in less than five minutes as a result of a pre-configured and a certified hardware appliance, seamless integration with the deployed VMS software, powerful and intuitive user interface and administration tools and full access to BriefCam’s cloud-based learning management system for user and administration training.
The Tango1B PoE-driven power supply/charger with lithium iron phosphate battery backup reduces the overall costs to deploy access control and security devices by eliminating the need for a licensed electrician.
Legrand, North and Central America (LNCA), a global provider of power, light and data technologies for homes, workplaces and data centers, today announced it has opened a new distribution center in Moreno Valley, Calif.
The ACT365 cloud-based access control and video management solution allows RS2 to deliver enhanced value to integrator partners and empowers end customers that look to streamline security and business operations through a cloud-based, intuitive platform.