June 2019 Industry News
Brookhaven, New York, now boasts a Public Safety Communications Center, enhancing the town’s communications with other local, county, and state agencies. IntraLogic Solutions designed and installed the facility. It features cutting-edge technology, including a communications compression system that transmits real-time surveillance video. Able to alert officials about criminal activity or weather events, the new center can track GPS-outfitted town vehicles and access more than 350 cameras in parks, recreation centers, and other sites, as well as two drone cameras.
The Security Industry Association (SIA) New Product Showcase Awards awarded the 2019 Best New Product honor to IPVideo Corporation for its HALO IOT Smart Sensor, submitted in the Environmental Monitoring Systems category. The Judges’ Choice winner was Alcatraz AI.
A private Missouri college partnered with PlateSmart Technologies, to use its license plate recognition software to manage high traffic volumes on campus, automatically checking for any blacklisted vehicles. The software integrates with the college’s existing Milestone Systems video management system.
The Safety Alerts for Education Foundation (S.A.F.E.) will donate its emergency alerts system to all schools in the United States for free and in perpetuity.
Cynet will cooperate with Allianz to promote cybersecurity innovation to detect and respond to threats.
OpenEye integrated its Web services with SightLogix’s thermal detection cameras for improved accuracy, detection, and management.
Bank South Pacific paired up with Fulcrum Biometrics to protect the institution from financial crimes while ensuring compliance with antimoney laundering laws.
SCC will represent Cobalt Iron’s SaaS enterprise backup solution to U.K. and Ireland customers.