ISC West is right around the corner—March 22-25 in Las Vegas—and as the first regularly scheduled version of the conference in three years, excitement is at an all-time high. And with the latest and greatest in physical security technology on display, it can be hard to decide where to start.
Be sure to check out the list of SIAEducation@ISC West sessions running throughout the week—we recommend “The Big 5: Key Security Strategies for Preventing Domestic Violence in the Workplace” on the 23 and “Balancing Privacy with Effective Security” on the 24. But make sure to set aside plenty of time to walk the show floor, where networking opportunities and a display of new technology awaits.
To help guide your exploration, check out this guide to some of the most exciting new technologies that will be on display at ISC West this year.
Eagle Eye Smart Video Search
Eagle Eye Networks will be previewing its upcoming Eagle Eye Smart Video Search, which allows users to search for people, vehicles, or objects and immediately find the exact video across all cameras in all sites, saving time and money. All customers will get this AI capability without any change to their installations—at no extra subscription cost—in the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS.
VSaas by Bosch
VSaaS by Bosch is a new offering that enables users to monitor, manage, record, and replay video security footage in the cloud from anywhere. With VSaaS, cameras are the only hardware investment needed on-site, , which reduces capital expenses and eliminates maintenance.
New Hanwha Cameras
Hanwha Techwin America is unveiling a new line of affordable cameras and NVRs designed for the most budget-conscious projects. The A series line combines NDAA-compliant devices in bullet and dome form factors with Hanwha’s imaging technology. The Wisenet A series cameras offer 120dB WDR and IR to capture the best possible images in a variety of lighting conditions.
Zenitel’s Turbine Mini Video Intercom
Zenitel is adding the new Turbine Mini with Video to its growing portfolio of Turbine intercom and communication solutions. The new TMIV-1+ provides video surveillance, two-way communications, and remote entry control in a low-profile size.
Securitech Auto-Bolt Max Exit Device Series
Securitech is launching the Auto-Bolt Max Exit Device Series, designed for doors requiring panic exit hardware. This projects steel deadbolts as opposed to traditional latching exit devices, and is available in both concealed models and surface applied models.
SDS Gunshot Detection
Shooter Detection Systems (SDS) will be doing live gunshot detection demonstrations at the show and will introduce new innovations in security integrations, software enhancements for enterprise-level deployments, and wireless/battery-powered gunshot detection solutions.
Genetec Streamvault Edge
Genetec will be unveiling Streamvault Edge, an innovative new line of connected appliances that enable an easy transition to a hybrid-cloud infrastructure. Ideally suited for multi-site operations such as retail, Streamvault enables organizations to modernize their security while leveraging existing infrastructure.
Azena Application Store
Azena will be showcasing its open platform marketplace for smart cameras, which provides more than 100 AI-enabled, flexible video analytics. Apps available from third-party developers on the Azena Application Store will be on display, demonstrating solutions for retail and other verticals.
Ontic Real-Time Threat Detection
Ontic’s Real-Time Threat Detection offering connects the entire threat management landscape and investigation process, providing a comprehensive picture of the risks that an organization faces. Key features include continuous gathering of real-time and historical data and customizable alert configurations for active events and known risks.
Salient CompleteView VMS
Salient’s CompleteView VMS platform is focused on harnessing video to improve operations in a retail environment, providing actionable information for loss prevention efforts, liability claims, personnel behavior issues, and marketing trends. It also enables web and mobile access for remote monitoring and satellite operations.
OpenEye’s Analytics-Enabled Cameras
OpenEye is introducing a family of analytics-enabled cameras that can detect people, vehicles, and line-crossing video events. They will be available in multiple form factors and resolutions, and work with OpenEye Web Services (OWS) to send real-time alerts and streamline video event search.
LiveView D3 Security Unit
LiveView’s D3 Security Unit is a completely customizable security solution to meet the most off-the-beaten-path needs. The unit does not require hard line access to the internet or electricity, and it offers dozens of possible camera and analytic combinations.
AlertEnterprise Policy-Based Access Control
AlertEnterprise will be sharing its Policy-Based Access Control (PBAC), a cloud dynamic authorization service for physical access using identity, roles, and policies to determine access rights to buildings and physical spaces in real-time at the door.
Cisco Meraki’s Expanded Sensor Models
Cisco Meraki is introducing two new sensors, the MT14 and MT30. The MT14 is an indoor air quality sensor, providing insight into overall air conditions to improve comfort and safety. The MT30 is a smart automation button designed to streamline common tasks or trigger specific actions.