Product Demos From ISC West

The biggest security show in the country didn’t disappoint, and Campus Safety was there to document it all!

One of the best parts of ISC West is all the new products that various companies are showcasing for the security industry.

Last week, Campus Safety documented product demonstrations from various companies’ booths, highlighting a number of cutting edge technologies in the physical security space.

Here are five technologies that were on display on the show floor at the Sands Expo:

1. 4K Video: It’s no secret that video surveillance is moving more and more toward 4K and IP technology. CS visited Sony to learn more about the SNC-VB770, which will be available in a few months. The company says the product has more light sensitivity as well as a new 35mm sensor.

Sony Senior Product Manager Allen Chan walked CS through a demonstration of the SNC-VB770. Below is the second part of the demonstration, which is a continuation of the video on top of the page.

2. Cloud VMS: Eagle Eye Networks President Dean Drako wants his company to be known as a game changer in VMS. To do that, Drako and Co. showcased the Eagle Eye Bridge 304w on Thursday, a bridge appliance that connects wireless and wired cameras to the Eagle Eye Data Center.

Eagle Eye Networks’ Will Harris showcased the company’s interface and explained how it uses the bridge, which is fully supported on the cloud.

3. Thermal Camera: At the 3xLOGIC booth, the VERA Thermal Camera was on display. The camera is used to spot intruders or to monitor temperature changes in specialized applications, according to the company. 3xLOGIC Senior Director of Marketing Wendi Burke spoke to the advantages of thermal cameras as opposed to motion-sensor cameras, citing a reduction in false alarms with thermal technology.

Product manager Justin Capra gave a demonstration of the benefits of the thermal camera.

4. Biometrics: SRI Identity highlighted the benefits of biometric access control in applications with its newly released IOM Access Control Tablet. The tablet is built on an Android platform and is said to fuse an access control reader, biometrics, keypad, intercom, camera and other capabilities.

SRI Identity President Mark Clifton gave a demonstration of the biometrics technology in action.

5. Smart Locks: Members of Kwikset took CS on a tour of the company’s Signature Series Deadbolt locks, which are equipped with Kwikset’s Home Connect technology. The motorized deadbolts are said to utilize the Z-Wave wireless protocol to enable remote locking and unlocking.

Kwisket’s Ashton Good has all the details in the video below:

Stephen graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2014 with a degree in journalism. He’s held positions in both print and digital media, including stops at the Boston Globe, ESPN Boston and most recently Turner Sports, where he served as a Digital Interactive Producer for NCAA.com. He predominantly writes for Campus Safety’s sister publication Security Sales & Integration

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