Biometrics and other security professionals around the world have gathered at McCormick Place in Chicago to Global Security Exchange (GSX) Event 2019, organized by the professional association of safety and technology management ASIS International.
Some 20,000 participants and 550 technology and solutions providers from 132 countries will attend the event, and the retired 4-star general and former U.S. National Security Secretary and White House chief of staff John F. Kelly will deliver a speech by Wednesday opening.
HID exhibits ultra-wide and biometric band technology
HID Global introduces a range of products, including its ultra-broadband (UWB) technology, HID mobile access and Seos credential technology in GSX. HID is part of the FiRa Consortium, which was recently launched to grow the UWB ecosystem.
The company is also demonstrating its iCLASS SE RB25F fingerprint reader for physical access control, which was launched at the beginning of this yearand the new integration of HID SAFE Enterprise with HID FARGO Connect, which offers the incorporation and issuance of credentials to the centralized identity management platform.
Dahua biometric cameras on display
Several cameras with biometric facial recognition and enhanced Power or Ethernet (ePoE) technology are shown or in low light. Dahua Technology.
According to a company announcement, two new 4MP ePoE network cameras are exhibited with the company's Analytics + software, which feature deep learning algorithms for facial recognition, facial blur for privacy protection, facial attributes, protection perimeter and people count. Dahua is also demonstrating its HDCVI Night Color and Starlight +, as well as three new Wi-Fi products: a two-way talk bell with PIR detection, a 1080p reflector camera for motion-activated lighting, and a 1080p active alarm camera with Two way of speaking.
"As we continue to invest in the North American market, we are seeing GSX as an opportunity to connect with our customers in person and share our latest innovations with them," says Dahua USA Genreal manager Tim Wang. "We strive to keep to our competitive and up-to-date customers on market trends. "
Dahua is also previewing two new IP panoramic cameras at the show.
Boon Edam integrates biometrics to stop tracking
In addition to being the sponsor of tourniquets for GSX, Boon Edam It has a series of integrated physical access control technologies for the mitigation of personalized tracking on display at the fair.
Lifeline Speedlane Swing optical turnstile with IdemiaMorphoWave contactless fingerprint technology for high performance and the new Lifeline Boost access control pedestal, with an Essex credential reader and support for HID mobile access solutions complement the Lifeline turnstile series, according to the announcement. The company also shows its Tourlock 180 + 90 security revolving door, the Circlelock Mantrap portal and the BoonConnect software.
Hanwha launches new facial recognition cameras
Video surveillance company Hanwha Techwin America has announced a new line of cameras with artificial intelligence in GSX 2019, with face and license plate recognition and other video analysis capabilities.
The company is offering the PNO-A9081 series and PNO-A8081 cameras for 4K and 5MP resolution, respectively, and both come with 2.2x zoom and motorized varifocal lenses. The new AI algorithms implemented in the cameras can support advanced rules for the movement of cars and people within the same image, says the company.
"When talking to end users about analysis, many still don't take advantage of them," says Ray Cooke, vice president of products, solutions and integrations at Hanwha Techwin America. “Often, this is due to false positives with the technology of the previous generation, or the alerts of the previous generation are not selective enough for what they need to know about their cameras. With deep learning and neural networks, we have achieved a new improved level of analysis and data collection. "
CNL and Cepton Partner
Physical security information management software (PSIM) provider CNL software has announced a partnership with the developer of 3D detection solutions Cepton Technologies in GSX 2019. According to the announcement, the companies will work together in the detection, monitoring and escalation of threats in real time using the video evaluation technologies PSIM, LiDAR Y.
The collaboration will leverage Cepton Technologies' Helius system, a smart LIDAR network that uses state-of-the-art computing for real-time detection, tracking and classification. It controls networks of sensors fed by laser for images of objects of high resolution, with integrating software that allows the monitoring and configuration based on navigator without additional software installations.
“CNL Software is committed to working with new and innovative technologies that will provide our customers with improved security and greater efficiency. Cepton's lidar sensor technology brings the technological advances that have taken place in autonomous vehicles to the security industry, especially in government and critical infrastructure markets where we are experiencing a growing demand for the integration of multiple security systems and technologies of different sensors, ”says CNL Software CEO Keith Bloodworth. "When integrated with IPSecurityCenter, Helius further improves the industry’s most comprehensive PSIM system solution, giving users access to more of the tools they need to properly view, understand, evaluate, and resolve security and surveillance incidents in the industry. perimeter quickly and consistently. "