ASIS 2017 Product Showcase

Security by Industry
ASIS 2017 Product Showcase


Abloy Security

Booth #3203 

Abloy Security of Irving, Texas, offers a wide range of locks that provide high security and extreme environmental resistance for critical infrastructure applications. Electromechanical models can replace mechanical ones and take advantage of the ABLOY PROTEC2 CLIQ LED key and interface. There are no batteries in the locks because the power comes from the key. CLIQ technology provides audit trails from both lock and key, flexible time functions, and immediate removal of lost keys electronically. All padlocks feature case-hardened boron-steel shackles and hardened steel UL listed cylinders. Patent-protected keys can also open ABLOY door locks, and the keys cannot be duplicated.




Booth #3533

Protection 1, a division of ADT, offers fully managed services from its network operations center to help design, implement, manage, and monitor security-only IT networks. Protection 1 Network Managed Services ensure that networks are continually monitored, software is updated, and bandwidth is managed. CMX Location Analytics based on the Cisco Meraki platform provide actionable customer feedback. Location analytics detect visitor presences via their mobile devices from Meraki’s cloud-managed access points. Metrics provide insight into how many clients pass a location, peak business hours, length of time visitors spend within a location, and number of first-time visitors, for example.




Booth #2823

Altronix of Brooklyn, New York, introduced the NetWaySP8WPX Hardened PoE Switch with Dual SFP (Fiber). Designed for long-distance applications, the switch is a cost-effective, all-in-one solution that includes an 8-port hardened power over Ethernet switch and a 115-watt power supply/charger with an enclosure that accommodates batteries. The unit features two SFP ports, allowing users to connect multiple units and create a fiber ring. Each port is rated at 30 watts (PoE/PoE+). Two ports are configurable for 60 watts (Hi-PoE), and embedded LINQ Network Communications Technology provides remote diagnostic monitoring, control, and reporting. Switches are made in the United States and backed by a lifetime warranty.



Ameristar Perimeter Security

Booth #3517

Ameristar Perimeter Security of Tulsa, Oklahoma, offers a full line of perimeter security products. Its team of security specialists includes experts in data centers, power utilities, government and military installations, stadiums, arenas, and more. Products include patented fence systems, anti-ram barriers, bollards, and perimeter enclosure grids. The company focuses on creating single source solutions that simplify the incorporation of active security components and physical security systems.



Booth #3203

Corbin Russwin and SARGENT brands, part of ASSA ABLOY of New Haven, Connecticut, introduced iCLASS SE technology to Access 600 RNE1 and Harmony Series locks. These online locks combine the ease and convenience of integrated Wiegand system architecture with the heightened security and flexibility of iCLASS SE technology from HID Global. Offering multi-layered security and simultaneous support for multiple high-frequency credentials, the locks are UL Listed to UL294 6th Edition and combine all standard access control components into a single device. This integrated approach reduces installation time and creates a streamlined aesthetic that blends into any environment. 




Booth #3203

ASSA ABLOY of New Haven, Connecticut, announced that its brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT introduced a next-generation IN100 Aperio wireless lock, which offers the convenience and flexibility of Aperio wireless technology with the real-time communication of online access control. Remote locking or unlocking can be accomplished in less than 10 seconds. The IN100 also provides simultaneous support for multiple credential types and HID Mobile Access powered by Seos. The lock is available in cylindrical lock, mortise lock, and exit device configurations, with a choice of black or white reader and a broad range of finishes and levers. 




Booth #3203

Available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT of New Haven, Connecticut, the IN220 Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) lock combines aesthetics with the energy efficiency and streamlined architecture of PoE access control for a cost-effective, sustainable solution that leverages existing network infrastructure for enhanced security and easier installations. Featuring HID multiCLASS SE technology, the IN220 supports a wide range of credential types and HID Mobile Access powered by Seos for use with mobile devices with Bluetooth Smart and/or NFC technology. Built with integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware, the IN220 is available in cylindrical lock, mortise lock, exit device, and multipoint lock configurations.



Axis Communications

Booth #4032

Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, is introducing the AXIS D2050-VE Network Radar Detector. The outdoor motion detector with radar technology can provide cost-efficient perimeter protection, accurate and reliable day and night detection, and fewer false alarms, which can lower costs. The detector can also easily integrate into existing surveillance systems and is a great complement to any security solution in smaller outdoor areas. 



Brownyard Group

Booth #2132

The Brownyard Group of Bay Shore, New York, provides insurance coverage and risk management solutions for the security guard, private investigative, and alarm industries. With more than 60 years of experience covering security concerns, Brownyard offers broad coverage through an admitted insurer. The company handles claims in an expeditious and knowledgeable manner via its in-house claims facility. Brownyard works exclusively through an insurance agent or broker chosen by the client.



Brownyard Programs

Booth #2041

Brownyard Programs of Bay Shore, New York, is proud to introduce the BestGuard Plan, a revolutionary insurance program designed exclusively for high-quality, low-risk security guard companies. The plan rewards only the best security guard companies with the broadest coverage, the highest limits, and the lowest pricing commensurate with their lower risk. For too long, insurance companies have treated all security companies the same regardless of their caliber. Consequently, the best security guard companies always end up subsidizing the worst. Why should well-run organizations pay for others’ mistakes?



CAP Index

Booth #3422

CAP Index of Exton, Pennsylvania, reports that more than 5,000 businesses and government agencies use its CRIMECAST Reports, custom data analytics, and risk-mitigation software tools to help optimize resources, limit exposure, and minimize losses. The company helps security professionals proactively manage locations, assets, and crime risks. Data intelligence enables security teams to allocate resources in response to the needs of locations, establish realistic security goals, apply standards to decision making, determine where a property falls in terms of tiering security packages, and audit a property for compliance with best practices. CAP Reports provide comparable crime data at any location in Canada, Puerto Rico, the United Kingdom, and the United States.




Booth #1109

The Christie FHD553-XU LCD panel from Christie of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, captures viewers’ attention with color-rich visuals and nearly seamless tiled video wall displays. The panel integrates easily into limited spaces while offering easy-to-service flexible mounting options. The LED-backlit LCD display delivers long-lasting and reliable performance with low operating costs. Christie’s Phoenix EP network distributed processor installs directly into compatible Christie displays to offer LAN signal distribution and to manage presentation of audiovisual content in a Phoenix system for video wall array in a control room or AV system.


Comm Port Technologies

Booth #4377

Comm Port Technologies of Cranbury, New Jersey, offers the CPAS series of under-vehicle surveillance systems for inspection and analysis of a vehicle’s undercarriage. The systems offer high-resolution color composite scanning up to 900 frames per second for vehicles traveling up to 75 kilometers per hour. Security analysts can view, in real time and full color, the entire length of any vehicle. There is no need for an expensive image-processing computer or control unit. With no limit on scanning length, these ruggedized flush mount frames are ideal for secure vehicle entry points at government, military, and corporate facilities.




Booth #1509

ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, introduced the Port Guardian Physical Port Lockout, a new cybersecurity feature for its latest switches that can physically disconnect a port if unauthorized access is detected. Port Guardian is essential in situations where network access is attempted by disconnecting an IP device to connect to the network. When Port Guardian senses the disconnect, a notification is sent to the head end and the affected port is physically locked out, preventing access. This feature is available on ComNet Switches. 



Dahua Technology

Booth #4145

Dahua Technology of Irvine, California, introduced its first HDCVI multi-sensor format camera for coaxial infrastructure. The groundbreaking multi-sensor infrared camera brings wide panoramic views to HD over coax solutions, cutting installation time and increasing operator efficiency. Because fewer cameras are needed, clutter is reduced and aesthetics are improved. The new HDCVI 3.0 panoramic multi-sensor IR bullet camera provides the same coverage that would typically be provided by multiple standard cameras. It has three individual 2MP sensors in an all-in-one IP67 weather-resistant indoor-outdoor housing.




Booth #2723

For critical airport entryways and exits, Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, offers a full line of hardware options, including exclusive panic hardware that integrates delayed egress and latch retraction in a single patented device. Operation is simple for airport staff; latch retraction allows easy access with card or keypad, without sounding an alarm. But unauthorized attempts to enter secure areas trigger the alarm and keep the door locked for 15 seconds so that staff can respond. Designed specifically for this kind of use, Advantex Delayed Egress/Latch Retraction hardware is engineered for reliable performance, low maintenance, and long life. ​




Booth #2321 

Mobile access control highlights a new era for Keyscan systems from dormakaba of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Users with enabled iOS or Android devices can store mobile credentials in an app and conveniently and efficiently access entrances secured by mobile-enabled readers. Hands-free ingress and egress is easy with the RCI 910TC: a wave of a hand will activate automatic doors, and a built-in mechanical override keeps them operating when power is lost. The new E-Plex 7900 RF wireless lock offers advanced functionality with unique credential reading ability, making it ideal for all Aurora-powered Keyscan environments.




Booth #2321 

Modular full-height turnstiles from dormakaba are suitable for securing the perimeter of buildings and properties. Two-, three-, and four-winged units with straight or U-shaped bars can be grouped together. The same applies for units with bicycle doors, integrated doors, and emergency egress. Additionally, full-height gates in a matching design offer a solution for ADA compliance. Factory-built integrated canopies with lighting options fit any of the single, multiple, or space-saving double units for a unified appearance. The quiet, low-energy drive consumes very little power. The push-assist feature adapts to the speed of the person entering. Turnstiles with integrated end-point locking prevent people from being trapped.



Designed Security, Inc.

Booth #2723

The new Slimline Series from Designed Security, Inc., (DSI) of Bastrop, Texas, provides a refined visual and physical turnstile with barrier. Its smaller footprint enables customization to fit in smaller areas. Each unit can monitor passage of up to 60 people per minute per lane. It integrates with any access control system. Made of acrylic, it offers a sense of openness. It also features a programmable LCD display with audio wavefile capabilities, plus next-generation optical sensing technology for increased accuracy.



DSX Access Systems

Booth #3715

DSX-AES256 software from Dallas-based DSX Access Systems, Inc., contains government-approved AES-256 bit encryption technology that can be implemented systemwide. Communications to each location can be encrypted with a unique encryption key assigned by the customer for communicating with that location’s field controllers. The software encrypts communications to all panels in that location without using add-on devices. Because encryption technology is inherent in the software and controllers, implementation is easy. All 1040 Series and 1022 controllers can be flash-upgraded to the AES-256 bit version.




Booth #1915

GAI-Tronics Corporation of Mohnton, Pennsylvania, offers the 234FSP RED ALERT Pedestal as part of a completely integrated emergency communications station. Designed for use where height is a factor, the FS series unit provides solutions to security concerns for building entrances, parking lots, transit platforms, shopping malls, gate entry, and walking paths. At only 56 inches tall, the pedestal has a durable epoxy finish to withstand the harshest environments and is ideal for use in covered areas or where a lower height is more aesthetically appealing. The 234FSP accommodates GAI-Tronics FS Series Compact Telephones.



Garrett Metal Detectors

Booth #2223

The Walkthrough Caster Set from Garrett Metal Detectors of Garland, Texas, is ideal for stadiums, special events, and school use. The casters, which can be permanently attached, allow full mobility of a Garrett PD 6500i walkthrough metal detector by one person. Detectors can be moved to a secure location when they are not in use and provide an unimpeded exit at the close of an event. The caster assembly is constructed of durable, powder-coated steel for use in all types of environmental conditions.



Hanwha Techwin America 

Booth #3523

Hanwha Techwin America of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, is building on its commitment to deliver the industry’s highest-performance video solutions with the introduction of its new Wisenet P series multi-sensor, multi-directional cameras. Available in 8- and 20-megapixel models, they offer unmatched performance. The series includes the PNM-9080VQ with four individual 2-megapixel sensors for a total of 8-megapixel resolution, with 150 dB wide dynamic range and 60 frames per second for each sensor. The series also includes the PNM-9081VQ with four individual 5-megapixel sensors that deliver 20-megapixel resolution (120 dB WDR and 30 fps per sensor).




Booth #2509

Honeywell Home and Building Technologies of Melville, New York, creates products, software, and technologies that are found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide. The company helps homeowners stay connected and in control of their comfort, security, and energy use. Commercial building owners and occupants use the technologies to ensure their facilities are safe, energy-efficient, sustainable, and productive. Advanced metering hardware and software solutions help electricity, gas, and water providers supply customers and communities more efficiently.



Horton Automatics

Booth #1033

The Secure Exit Lane from Horton Automatics of Corpus Christi, Texas, provides one-way pedestrian traffic flow between the secure and non-secure zone of an airport or other high-security environment. Directional motion detection technology reduces the threat of unauthorized access to a secure environment by sensing and monitoring traffic flow direction. The Secure Exit Lane, which is large enough to accommodate passengers with disabilities, uses an array of sensors to detect unauthorized entry and foreign objects. The system’s sleek design integrates into areas with restricted space, making it a versatile solution for facilities of all sizes.




iView Systems

Booth #1601

Integrated software from iView Systems of Oakville, Ontario, Canada, provides a platform for incident reporting, risk management, visitor management, and identification solutions, ensuring reporting and compliance that meet a wide range of requirements. The iTrak platform delivers an easy-to-use physical security daily reporting system. Available as both an on-premise or cloud-based solution, iTrak helps businesses consolidate and simplify physical security reporting and aids in tracking, analyzing, and investigating events consistently across multiple departments, including security, surveillance, and risk management. Robust reporting and business intelligence modules manage, document, and identify exceptions in data, reducing manual security processes and driving transparency and accountability 



KEYper Systems

Booth #4483

KEYper Systems of Harrisburg, North Carolina, presents the Monarch Plus, an electronic key management system. Each 16-gauge, powder coated steel cabinet holds 40 to 280 keys, and systems can expand to control more than 2,000 total keys. The cabinet is accessed via touchscreen, using either PIN, biometric, proximity card, or smart card. Keys are electro-mechanically locked into place, and only the requested key can be removed. Keys and assets are tracked in real time using Web-based software, and a complete audit trail is available. Administrators can restrict access by user, key, or cabinet, and a digital camera captures a photo of every check-in and checkout attempt.  



Micro Technology Services, Inc.

Booth #3967

The Lynx Network Duress and Emergency Notification System is developed, manufactured, and supported by Micro Technology Services, Inc., of Richardson, Texas. The system focuses on encryption, supervision, and testing. Features include the PC-based F9-F11 keyboard alarm, USB duress buttons, and popup alerts that operate even when users are logged off. The LynxIcons are encrypted (not unsecure desktop shortcuts), all of the hardware and software is fully supervised, and any alarm can easily be tested. With a single activation, the system can communicate to thousands of PCs and Macs, HDMI monitors, radios, overhead PAs, Axis IP speakers, mobile devices, and IP phones. 



NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc.

Booth #3120

ArchiTech Designer Wireless Networx Locks from NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc., of Amityville, New York, are infinitely customizable and offer optional enterprise integration, using either Continental Access CA4K or Lenel OnGuard. ArchiTech Locks blend wireless access control convenience in a locking form factor and with a wide choice of trims and finishes to complement any decor. The durable Grade 1 access locks are ideal for every application and offer mobile access and smart device unlocking convenience with universally compatible Bluetooth LE technology and a wirelessly paired iLock App.



Open Options

Booth #625

DNA Fusion from Open Options of Addison, Texas, is open platform access control software that has provided innovative solutions through Authentic Mercury hardware for two decades. The software seamlessly connects with leading technologies, including video management systems, critical communications, wireless locks, and more. DNA Fusion contains many features to help customers: users can easily access system data with InfoReady reporting, assign global access levels, drag and drop data, create custom commands to control several doors, and more. System users can also manage security remotely with Fusion Web and Fusion Mobile applications.



Par-Kut International

Booth #4438

Par-Kut International, located in Metro Detroit, Michigan, produces a full line of portable steel buildings to be used as guard buildings, smoking and environmental shelters, and entry control booths. With more than 60 years of experience producing portable steel buildings, the company draws upon its industry-leading experience to design and build buildings to customer specifications. Whether bullet resistance (up to NJI-4) is required, or customers want an open and welcoming design, Par-Kut International works with security staff and site designers to build the best security booth possible, meeting or exceeding all expectations for safety, security, and design. 




Booth #433

Prosegur of Madrid, Spain, is a global company with more than 168,000 employees working in 18 countries on five continents. Through its four business lines—Prosegur Security, Prosegur Cash, Prosegur Alarms, and Prosegur Cybersecurity—it offers companies, households, and retail businesses security that they can trust, based on the most advanced solutions in the market. Prosegur Seguridad combines manned guarding with the latest technology to offer a full range of highly specialized security solutions tailored to the needs of each client across all sectors of activity.


Research Electronics International

Booth #2324

Research Electronics International (REI) of Cookeville, Tennessee, manufactures products that protect against intellectual property theft. The ORION 900 Non-Linear Junction Detector detects less-sophisticated circuitry and provides better signal penetration through certain construction materials. An ORION HX Deluxe has both 2.4 GHz and 900 MHz antennas for multiple applications. The TALAN 3.0 Telephone and Line Analyzer provides VoIP and network analysis. The ANDRE Advanced Near-Field Detection Receiver is a broadband receiver that detects RF, infrared, visible light, carrier current, and other types of transmitters, such as hidden audio and video devices. The REI Training Center provides year-round courses, as well as custom remote training.




Booth #3903

SecurAmerica is a privately-held, American-owned contract security services company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The company offers innovative contract security service solutions across the United States, providing uncompromising value, cost effectiveness, and results to clients. Its business model is based on creating and delivering operational excellence to each [and every] customer by selecting the right people, training them to exceed clients’ requirements, and providing them with a culture that is focused on 100 percent customer and employee satisfaction. SecurAmerica strives to deliver legendary service every day to all customers.




Booth #4583

Stratfor of Austin, Texas, approaches threat assessment and mitigation based on a unique methodology of tactical deconstruction. By leveraging Stratfor’s expertise in geopolitical analysis and local history, culture, and politics, its global intelligence solution Threat Lens provides clarity on an attacker's motivations, objectives, and operations. Threat Lens covers the full spectrum of terrorism, criminal activity, industrial espionage, and business continuity for security professionals to anticipate, measure, and mitigate the risks of emerging threats. Threat Lens also provides access to top security analysts for specific questions pertaining to an organization’s exposures.


Team Software

Booth #2023

TEAM Software of Omaha, Nebraska, offers the insights dashboard, the next generation of analytics that unlocks more value from the data in WinTeam[,]—TEAM’s core financial, operations, and workforce management solution. It provides a virtual report card of key performance indicators, as well as metrics and trends that leaders should track to gauge company performance. It offers near-real-time updates on job financials, overtime information, customer analytics, and quality assurance statistics displayed in handy charts and graphs. The insights dashboard will be available this fall for TEAM Software clients.



Unitex Direct

Booth #4166

What does a uniform say about a brand? Unitex Direct of Walled Lake, Michigan, has prepared a white paper with the answers. It includes tips on fabric selection, sizing, and garment care, plus a discussion on how to better manage a uniform program through technology and online tools. Choosing the right uniform helps protect a company's image as well as its bottom line. Visit Booth 4166 at ASIS 2017 to get a copy of the white paper.




Access Specialties 

Booth #1943

Access Specialties of Rosemount, Minnesota, created Focal Point Freedom, a new mobile application for the Focal Point IP-based access control system. Focal Point Freedom gives customers the option to remotely control their doors, see transaction activity, and disable cardholder and operator permissions. Users can also acknowledge alarms and receive alarm notices. The app uses the permissions set for system operators within the desktop application so that they can only manage the zones or areas that they have permission to view. In emergency situations, doors or areas can be instantly locked down and/or disabled.  



Allied Universal

Booth #2733

Allied Universal of Santa Ana, California, provides unparalleled service, systems, and solutions to the people and businesses of its communities. As North America’s leading security services provider with more than 150,000 employees, Allied Universal combines people and technology to deliver tailored offerings that allow clients to focus on their core business. A focus on client success creates partnerships rooted in quality and value, and is supported by experience gained from being in business for more than 60 years. Allied Universal’s divisions include Security Services, Security Systems, Janitorial Services, and Staffing Services.




Booth #4056

Dallas-based Avigilon introduced the H4 Mini Dome to its line of cameras. With a footprint of just 2.8 inches, it offers a modular design that snaps into place, allowing users to switch between surface and in-ceiling mounts. Equipped with Avigilon LightCatcher technology, the camera offers exceptional image quality, even in low light. Content adaptive infrared technology provides consistent illumination in complete darkness across the camera’s field of view. It also uses Avigilon’s patented High Definition Stream Management, as well as Avigilon HDSM SmarCodec and Idle Scene Mode technologies for efficient bandwidth management.




Booth #1433

The CEIA MSD (Magneto Static Detector) portable cell phone and contraband detector targets concealed cell phones and other ferrous threats with the highest detection capabilities in the industry. Made by CEIA USA of Twinsburg, Ohio, the MSD is portable and, with no assembly required, ready for immediate use. Combining high reliability and lightweight design with advanced detection, the MSD is flexible enough to make surprise checks fast and efficient. The unit quickly and easily detects items concealed on the person or in body cavities (including key fobs, cell phones, smartphones, shanks, and more), and it is fully weatherproof for outdoor use.



Hikvision USA

Booth #3703

New from Hikvision USA of City of Industry, California, are DS-2TD4035 Series Network Bi-Spectrum Thermal/Optical PTZ Camera Systems. The units feature a high-performance 384x288 thermal imaging camera, with 25- and 50-millimeter lens options, combined with a 2MP CMOS true day/night camera with 30x zoom lens and 150-meter infrared illumination to improve the lowlight performance of the CMOS sensor. This system offers more accurate detection, better situational awareness, and cost savings by combining the two sensors, analytics, and tracking into a single camera system. Advanced analytics include smart tracking, line cross, intrusion detection, region entrance/exit, temperature-exception alarms, and fire detection.



NC4, Inc. 

Booth #501

NC4, Inc., of El Segundo, California, evaluates worldwide incidents and events in real time, providing early warning and predictive intelligence of risks that could threaten critical infrastructure, cause business disruption, or affect employee health and safety. NC4 integrates technology and resources around all-hazards information collection and analysis into its proactive risk management application, NC4 Risk Center. Risk Center enhances members’ capabilities in monitoring, analyzing, and responding to risks that pose a threat to their organizations. All-hazards events can create risks that can affect any part of an organization and can quickly impact operations; NC4 monitors and reports on what is happening around the globe.





Booth #4577

New from Patlite of Torrance, California, the NHL-FV is designed to maximize productivity and minimize data loss. It notifies administrators of any network abnormalities or security breaches as they develop via LED light notifications, audible alarms, email notifications, and now MP3 voice messaging. New features add functionality through Ethernet and input/output contacts to greatly improve response time. The tower has configurable LED stack colors and alarms. Monitoring is available, and a test switch operates all tower functions directly for self-diagnosis.



Security Door Controls 

Not exhibiting—no booth number

Security Door Controls of Camarillo, California, announced that SDC IP Pro IP-based Single Door Access Controllers are now available with two Ethernet ports for interfacing with an additional IP device. They allow expansion from one standalone door to a 100-door grid. The additional Ethernet port lets the IT department save a port when connecting an extra door at the server. Installers can eliminate a long cable run when connecting an additional IP device. This capability brings safe, secure, and easy-to-implement door access control to the network’s edge without costlier enterprise solutions.




Booth #1123

The Via access and courtesy communication pedestal from Talkaphone of Niles, Illinois, can be used for building access, parking access, or courtesy communication. When used in an access installation, the included blue LED light band will change to green when the door is activated through the call station. The pedestal is constructed with marine grade stainless steel front panels and a vandal-resistant coating to resist extreme weather conditions. The included VOIP-200 series call station can include an ONVIF-compliant, wide-angle IP camera, and can read CALL or HELP in a variety of languages. When linked with the AVM-1 IP Video Attendant Station, entry points and parking gates can be monitored.




Booth #833

Winsted of Bloomington, Minnesota, offers the M-View Rize as part of its adjustable workstation products. M-View Rize is the perfect complement to any console system, including all Impulse Sit/Stand consoles. As the operator changes the height of the console, the M-View Rize can adjust the height of the monitors on the wall to maintain proper ergonomics and optimal sight lines. It is available in two standard configurations: a 43-inch-wide configuration for a single monitor and an 83-inch-wide configuration for dual monitors.



NVT Phybridge

Booth #2443

NVT Phybridge of Oakville, Ontario, Canada is making IP over Coax quick, easy, and cost-effective. The award-winning CLEER family of long reach PoE solutions delivers powerful, enterprise-grade, fast Ethernet (100Mbsp) and PoE+ (up to 30W) over Coax with extended reach to 2,000 feet (610 meters). That’s six times the distance of typical switches. The CLEER switches quickly and easily transform coaxial cable infrastructures into a robust, highly secure IP platform that is easy to install and manage. Options include 24-port managed, 10-port unmanaged, and Ethernet over Coax (EoC). 



Quantum Secure (part of HID)

Booth #3009

SAFE Enterprise marks the next generation in physical identity and access management software from Quantum Secure of San Jose, California, part of HID Global. Designed with the needs of the organization in mind, SAFE Enterprise serves the needs of the secur​​​ity team and end user communities by centralizing systems into a single identity management platform. This policy-based solution addresses the common physical identity and access management challenges organizations face, such as onboarding, badging, access management, visitor management, and compliance. It automates and simplifies physical identity and access management of employees, visitors, contractors, and tenants.