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MAR 2017

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SECURITY SYSTEMS NEWS Ma RC h 2017 www.securitysystemsnews.com suppliers 35 and customers in all market sectors. "Hanwha can support an end-to-end solution, not only in our cameras but also in our NVRs and our software," Cook explained. "And most of our VMS partners that we are working with today, such as Salient, Genetec and Milestone, all have progression plans to support H.265, if they aren't already. Genetec, for example, is already supporting our H.265 products and their next release will have our entire camera line, supporting not only H.264 but H.265 as well, so the industry is migrating to and taking advantage of the newer compression, especially with the higher resolution cameras." SSN 650 strong, have been developing this new chip set that we are proud to say will take the video market to another level." The new chipset powers the Wisenet X series, a new product line that features 27 models split up between 2MP and 5MP camera lines. Wisenet X series offers 150dB WDR performance and clear images in extreme low light conditions. A convenient USB port is also available for easy setup and installation. Other notable key features include license-free audio and video analytics, dual SD card slot for increased onboard storage and image stabilization using gyro sensors. Wisenet X cameras also combine H.265 compression and WiseStream II, a complementary compression technol- ogy that "dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression accord- ing to movement in the image," according to the company. "Data reduction of up to 99 percent can be achieved with Wisenet X series cam- eras," said Cook. "We are very proud of that!" The analytics include audio analysis function that recognizes critical sounds, such as gunshots, explosions, screams, and broken glass, and t h e n i m m e d i a t e l y issues an alarm. B y a d d i n g t h e Wisenet X series to the recently released Wi s e n e t Q a n d P s e r i e s , H a n w h a Te c h w i n o f f e r s a comprehensive line- up of video surveil- lance solutions, from affordable entry level to competitive high-performance products that satisfy the needs of projects Wisenet name to replace Samsung on products Continued from page 1 Commander. Incorporating Crisis Commander "really helps extend the capabilities in the mobile collabora- tion, task assignment, and response management capabilities during critical events," Mouline said. Everbridge was founded in 2002. Mouline said that the Everbridge mission is two-fold: "to help keep people safe and help keep busi- nesses running. Part of what we deal with is any type of critical event that might disrupt a busi- ness—disrupt an organization of any type—or ultimately put people in harm's way." Everbridge has 3,500 enterprise customers including "24 of the top 25 airports in North America [and] eight of the top 10 investment banks based in North America, but on a world wide basis," Mouline said. SSN Ev E r B r I dg E Continued from page 31 By SSN Staff CARMEL, Ind.—Allegion and Brivo, a global provider of cloud-based physi- cal access control systems and mobile credentials, have worked together to provide customers with a cost-effective security management solution. The integration brings the security of Schlage NDE wireless locks and Brivo OnAir, Brivo's flagship cloud-based access control solution. Previous inte- gration includes the Schlage AD series locks, the announcement read. "Through this collaboration, our customers will benefit from simplified installation, secured wireless com- munication and access via mobile device—without sacrificing safety or efficiency," Brad Aikin, electronics portfolio leader at Allegion, said in a prepared statement. "Brivo OnAir easily integrates to deliver enhanced security management and monitoring as well as a unique user experience." Brivo OnAir combines access con- trol, video surveillance and mobile credentialing in a unified cloud-based security platform that can be managed anywhere with a secure connection to the Internet. Enhanced capabilities include enabling secure access to locks via a smartphone. NDE locks are designed to fit a stan- dard cylindrical door prep without any modification. Users can upgrade from mechanical keys to electronic employee identification credentials without hav- ing to drill additional holes or run wires. "The ease of the installation com- bined with the lower cost of owning these wireless locks makes moving to a cloud-based access control system even more attractive for single or multi- tenant building owners," Steve Van Till, president and CEO of Brivo said in the announcement. "Brivo is excited to begin distributing Allegion's Schlage NDE wireless locks through its channel partners, across vertical markets." SSN Allegion and b rivo integrate Arteco announces storage solution integration with SANS Technology "Hanwha can support an end-to-end solution, not only in our cameras but also in our software." —Tom Cook, h anwha Techwin a merica By SSN Staff CARMEL, Ind.—Allegion and Brivo, a global provider of cloud-based physical access control systems and mobile credentials, have worked together to provide customers with a cost- effective security management solution. The technology partnership ensures the Arteco Video Event Management System (VEMS) is optimized for performance and reliability when hosted on the SANS-Syneto storage appliance, the company announced. "Our integration with Arteco demonstrates our commitment to helping joint customers maximize video surveillance investments through the delivery of technology col- laborations with principal partners," Todd Duchemin, vice president of sales and mar- keting of SANS Technology, said in a prepared statement. "Our alliance with Arteco allows our clients to get the most out of their sur- veillance deployments by leveraging a video management solution that delivers greater awareness to enable more efficient and proac- tive security management." The integration helps ensure video data is stored and protected, while video manage- ment capabilities are readily available for video monitoring, security and operational purposes, Arteco said in its announcement. "The advanced storage solution Syneto from SANS Technology provides our customers and integrator partners with more options and flexibility when it comes to ensuring the long-term retention of video surveillance information," Steve Birkmeier, vice president, sales and business development for Arteco, said in a prepared statement. SSN Inspire Children and families in crisis across the USA need our help – and yours. And as a 501(c)(3) organization, Mission 500 now has even greater flexibility to work with local charities to better support existing and new sponsors and volunteers. But even with over 1100 children sponsored and many acts of charity performed to date, there's still a great deal of work to be done. Get involved today! Visit mission500.org for more information. Supporting Families Across America

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