Mission 500, a charitable non-profit organization engaging security professionals to raise money for children in need across the USA, has announced the winners of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Humanitarian awards.
ISS, Booth 28073: ISS’ SecurOS™ UVSS (Under Vehicle Surveillance System) combines advanced software and hardware for under-vehicle surveillance and is natively developed with a number of ISS’ analytic patents and designed to integrate with ISS’ SecurOS v10 platform.
Nexkey, Booth 41034: Nexkey eliminates the complexity of access control installations, reducing deployment time from hours or days to just minutes, and is making access control affordable for every business.
Delta Scientific, Booth 7117: Delta Scientific’s DSC1500 portable beam barricade sets up quickly and temporarily to block vehicles and secure locations during short-term events and anywhere a beam barricade is needed for interim security.
Pelco™ by Schneider Electric, the trusted global provider of end-to-end video security solutions, will be exhibiting products, solutions, and services for several market segment applications at ISC West 2019 this week. Pelco will lead with its forthcoming cloud-enabled video surveillance service for commercial and enterprise scale deployments as part of its phased delivery of capabilities and services that ties Pelco’s VMS, VideoXpert, into their cloud-based architecture.
In a “town hall meeting” held yesterday morning, Axis Communications introduced several new solutions that it said will change how cities secure their citizens, property and assets. “People choose a city based on a number of factors, such as livability, efficiency of services, mobility, safety and security, economic growth and city image, reputation, and sustainability,” said Fredrik Nilsson, Vice President, Americas. “As an industry we can help cities to be smarter and safer,” he said.
“We do not hold the keys to all of the solutions to keep our country safe and secure – you do. There is always an opportunity for you to work with the U.S. government,” said William N. Bryan, Acting Under Secretary for Science and Technology for the DHS Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T). In a keynote presentation yesterday morning, Bryan stressed how S&T wants to work with the security industry, across the globe, to accelerate R&D and deliver solutions that enable communities to adapt and respond to the speed of innovation and complex threat cycles.