Security Systems News

JAN 2019

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Page 12 of 36 january 2019 SEC ur IT y S y STEMS n EWS news 8 ALULA .NET n Dual-path ensures you are future-ready n Alula Video helps you to up-sell and upgrade the experience n Modular platform lets you choose what to provide n IP first brings a lightning fast experience with a modern mobile approach Alula Communicators. Sunset Ready. Upgrade your customer's experience and prepare for CDMA sunset now. Alula's Connect+ System for Security, Automation and Video The new approach that gives you control. Safer, Connected World," Mary Beth Shaughnessy, event direc- tor for ISC Security Events, said in the announcement. "The top attended education sessions were formed around a diverse spec- trum of topics including cyber- physical integration, converged security for smart cities build- ings, the impact of IT and AI on video surveillance/intelligence, critical incidents prevention and mitigation, plus drones, drone- detection, drone-regulations and policies, and more. The present and future is bright for ISC East and we are committed to provid- ing great solutions and education for this community." Over the past four years, the ISC East Show Floor has grown by more than 60 percent in square footage and has come to be known as "the highlight of the year," stated by Linda Esposito, Security Specialist of US Postal Inspection Service. "The extensive variety of vendors and professionalism of the ISC staff make it one of the best shows out there." In addition, Alex Pachikov of Sunflower Labs, a first-time exhibitor at Unmanned Security Expo, commented, "[This] was the perfect venue for us to intro- duce the Sunflower Labs drone- based security system. We had the perfect audience and fantastic exposure to potential customers, installation partners and system integrators." Additionally, while Unmanned Security Expo presented 15-plus sessions dedicated to the in-depth issues, policies and opportunities for UASs and UGVs, the SIA Edu- cation@ISC East program offered 25-plus complimentary education courses and highlighted two dis- tinct keynote speakers for the first time at ISC East—Philip Halpin, senior vice president & head of global security for Brown Brothers Harriman, and James A. Gagliano, retired FBI supervisory special agent, CNN law enforcement ana- lyst, and adjunct assistant profes- sor at St. John's University. "SIA Education@ISC East 2018 was a great success, with hundreds of conference attendees partici- pating in our education sessions, engaging keynotes and hands-on workshops," Don Erickson, CEO of the Security Industry Associa- tion, said in the press release. "This year's sessions highlighted cutting-edge topics like the move to smart cities, convergence in the security industry, the use of artifi- cial intelligence in video analytics, and how some legacy connections leave modern access control data vulnerable to hacking." Other highlights included the first-ever SIA Women in Security Forum Breakfast; the new Mission 500 Hygiene Kit Building; the ever-popular ASTORS Homeland Security Awards; and ISC East's Featured Product Showcase. SSN mation security event. Welcoming 85 new companies and brands and close to 1,000 more industry professionals compared to 2017, the ISC East exhibit hall bustled and featured expanded in-depth content- including new technologies and product categories, more special events/networking opportunities, and a variety of all-new compli- mentary education through SIA Education@ISC and Unmanned Security Expo New York. "It was exciting to see such a robust expo floor and high atten- dance growth with our New York event this year, all while match- ing up to our brand theme of Comprehensive Security for a By SSN Staff NEW YORK—ISC East, in col- laboration with premier sponsor the Security Industry Association (SIA), reported strong growth results at the conclusion of this year's industry event, held in New York City this past November. The International Security Conference & Exposition is the Northeast's largest security trade show, where close to 7,500 security and public safety pro- fessionals convened this month to meet experts from over 300 leading security brands, all while co-locating with the launch of Unmanned Security Expo New York and Infosecurity North America, Europe's leading infor- i SC East exceeds expectations

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