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Analog Surveillance<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/GVI%20Security%20copy.gif" width="144" height="33" /> </div> <p>The new videoPLUS line of analog CCTV products from <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>GVI Security </strong></span>of Carrollton, Texas, is designed to offer full-featured surveillance at an affordable price. The family includes box, dome, bullet, and pan-tilt-zoom cameras, as well as professional monitors and digital video re­cord­ers. Cameras offer 650 TV lines of resolution, wide dynamic range, day/night performance, and noise reduction. Record­ers feature H.264 compression, real-time recording performance, an HDMI output for easy connection, a built-in Web viewer, iPhone support, and video management software. The company plans to launch an integrated client for its autoIP line of recorders and the vidoPLUS line, so cus­tom­ers can create a seamless hybrid system. </p> </div>
Anti-ram Barrier<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Ameristar%20Fence_Crash%20Test%20copy.gif" width="144" height="96" /> </div> <p> <strong> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">Ameristar Fence Products </span> </strong>of Tulsa, Oklahoma, has announced that its Stalwart anti-ram barrier system was recently tested and approved to the ASTM F2656 standard. The addition of the new M50/P1 (K12) rating helps customers design a complete perimeter security solution to tackle multiple vehicle threats. The barrier system can serve as a standalone barrier or increase security near existing fences. Its fence framework carries anti-ram cable to prevent vehicles from penetrating the perimeter. </p> </div>
Art Protection<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/ArtGuard%200511%20Mktplace%20copy.gif" width="144" height="108" /> </div> <p>The new Art Guard RF Wireless Module from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">Art Guard </span></strong>of Weston, Connecticut, uses radio frequency transmitters and patented alert technology to protect individual pieces of hanging art. Manufactured using a high-quality UTC-Interlogix micro transmitter with five to eight years of battery life, the new modules are available as individual sensor units, easily linked into most RF security systems or as components in an independent, self-contained security network, communicating with a central master alarm control panel. Sensors instantly notify authorities on or off premises when someone tampers with the art. Each unit’s transmitter carries a specific identity and notifies a receiver of the exact location of tamper or theft. Modules can be programmed to work seamlessly with legacy systems. </p> </div>
Badge Readers<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/0711%20Mktplace_RFIDeas%20copy.gif" width="144" height="136" /> </div> <p>The RF IDeas 82 Series readers allow customers to use their existing employee badge systems for security, with applications for door access, time and attendance, secure printing, single sign-on, and more. New from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">RF IDeas </span></strong>of Schaumburg, Illinois, the line includes proximity, contactless, and magnetic stripe badge readers. The low-cost units deliver identification in a format that applications recognize, offering virtually limitless possibilities for user identification and authentication. </p> </div>
Blast Resistant Draps<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/0711%20Mktplace_Cascade%20Coil%20Drapery%20copy.gif" width="144" height="107" /> </div> <p> <strong> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">Cascade Coil Drapery, Inc.</span> </strong>, of Tual­atin, Oregon, has introduced GuardianCoil, a new blast-mitigation fabric. It works by stopping and/or entrapping flying objects such as glass shards that result from bomb blasts or explosions. The interwoven metal coils stretch to absorb flying glass splinters and other objects. The special retainment system catches and deposits glass on the floor below a protected window. The draperies can be customized for any window, and they are available in carbon steel or stainless steel in several gauges and colors. The fabric is available to government agencies under General Services Administration categories, “Blast Mitigation” and “Architectural Drapery.” </p> </div>
CD Grinder<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/0711%20Mktplace_Security%20Engineered%20Machinery%20copy.gif" width="144" height="115" /> </div> <p>The DX-CD2 from <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"><strong>Security Engineered Machinery </strong></span>of Westboro, Massachusetts, permanently removes digital information from compact discs, including CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and WORM CDs. The portable device quietly and completely grinds the information layer off a disc in less than 19 seconds, with no possibility of data recovery. It complies with pertinent HIPAA, FACTA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Gramm-Leach-Bliley requirements. It also meets NSA/CSS Specification 04-02 for optical media destruction devices and NIST SP 800-88 Standard for optical disc destruction. The unit comes with two cutting blades and two vacuum collection bags. Options include a 100-disc automated feeder, and a DVD splitter attachment. <br>&#160;</p> </div>
Child Locator<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/0311%20Kidspotter%20Marketplace%20copy.gif" width="144" height="61" /> </div> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;"> <strong>KidSpotter </strong> </span>of Dublin, Ireland, offers a child-location system for use in amusement parks and other entertainment venues. It integrates wireless and satellite networks with mobile technologies. At a Kid­Spotter-enabled location parents can rent a Spotter wrist device that broadcasts the child’s location to the server. Parents text the Spotter’s unique code to a short number to link their cell phone to the child’s Spotter. If a parent and child are separated, he or she texts “help” to the same short number. The location of the child is sent to the parent’s cell phone and to the venue’s security personnel. The system works indoors and outdoors. The wrist device is tamperproof, waterproof, lightweight, and comfortable to wear. </p> </div>
Explosives Detection<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Morpho%20Detection_MDI%20CTX%209800%20EDS%20In%20Use%20copy.gif" width="144" height="94" /> </div> <p> <strong> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">Morpho Detection, Inc.</span> </strong>, of Newark, California, announced that its CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system has been certified by the Transportation Security Administration in a high-speed configuration that pro­cesses 40 percent more bags than its previously certified system. It provides high-resolution imaging us­ing the Clarity data acquisition system. It is certified at a belt speed of 0.3 meters per second, fast enough to screen more than 1,000 bags per hour. It uses computed tomography imaging technology to create a three-dimensional image of each bag. The system then uses algorithms to automatically compare the contents of the bag with the properties of known threats. </p> </div>
Guard Accessories<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/Duckbill%20Unitized%20Duty%20Gear%20copy.gif" width="144" height="91" /> </div> <p>Unitized Duty Gear from <strong><span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">Duckbill</span></strong> of Grand Rapids, Mich­igan, helps officers carry tools of the trade with safety, comfort, and functionality. The unitized gear system securely links all accessory modules and belts all the way around a us­er’s waist, preventing bounce and migration of accessories from their assigned positions. Neutral posture principles are used in design of the belt and accessories, and use of the gear has resulted in fewer reports of discomfort and fatigue, and more reports of improved safety and ease of use. </p> </div>
Guard Tour Kit<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/AMAG%200511%20Mktplace%20copy.gif" width="144" height="110" /> </div> <p> <strong> <span style="COLOR&#58;#ff0000;">AMAG Technology </span> </strong>of Tewkes­bury, Glouces­tershire, United Kingdom, has launched a newly updated ProxiPen Kit with tags that provide a significantly greater read range. Reliable and effective, the Prox­i­Pen requires no operational training. The greater read range of the new RFID tags enables them to be concealed behind wallpaper, plaster, and other decorative wall coverings to disguise their presence. The kit provides all the tools to plan, monitor, and analyze guard tours. It includes the ProxiPen data collection unit, a data transfer unit, a data cable, TopGuard Patrol control software, and 20 proximity tags. </p> </div>