Security Product Vendors Strut Their Stuff at ASIS 2017
Check out IDIS, Omnigo, Napco, Amag and Genetec — just a few of the companies that exhibited at ASIS 2017 this week.
A whole slew of electronic security systems manufacturers and service providers exhibited their offerings at ASIS 2017 this week in Dallas, and this video highlights the products and services from IDIS, Omnigo, Marks USA/NAPCO, AMAG and Genetec.
IDIS discusses how its solutions can help schools and universities future-proof their video surveillance equipment. Omnigo talks about how it has combined Competitive Edge Software and ITI to create a new company that provides incident management software for law enforcement, institutions of higher education, healthcare organizations and other corporations.
Also featured in this video is Marks USA/NAPCO, which gives us a demonstration of its K-12 lockdown solution. Additionally, AMAG Technology talks about its new Symmetry Connect solution that can help organizations that are highly regulated appropriately manage their access control privileges. The final company featured in this video is Genetec, which discusses the launch of its new solution that helps campuses manage investigations and share the data collected from their security platforms.
Other companies that exhibited at ASIS 2017 this year include Vanderbilt Industries, which showcased its Security Management System and Vingtor-Stentofon by Zenitel, which provided demonstrations of the Zenitel Pulse: Intelligent Communications Platform.
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