Tyco brings host of integrations and solutions to Security Canada Expo 2015
Tyco Security Products is returning to the Security Canada Central International Security Conference & Exhibition in Toronto, Ont., Oct. 21-22, 2015, at booth 405 to showcase its full-suite of integrations and feature rich security systems and solutions.
October 15, 2015 By SP&T Staff
The conference and tradeshow is presented by CANASA, a non-profit association focused on supporting security professionals and manufacturers in Canada. Security Canada Central is the largest security industry tradeshow in Canada and is expected to draw attendees from eastern Canada and the Atlantic region.
“The number and complexity of integrations offered through our video surveillance, access control and intrusion portfolio provides our customers with the business intelligence needed to succeed in today’s marketplace,” said Travis Firth, Senior Director of Sales, Tyco Security Products. “Our unique ability to deliver these integrations provides our customers not only with comprehensive security capabilities, but also with significant operational benefits.”
Headlining the intrusion portfolio is the new all-in-one smart panel, DSC Touch, which supports security, life safety and home control technology. DSC Touch includes compatibility with Alarm.com’s interactive security, video monitoring, energy management and home automation services, used in millions of homes today.
Two new integrations for the DSC PowerSeries Neo hybrid intrusion platform will be highlighted as well. PowerSeries Neo offers customers enhanced remote system management when used in tandem with Kantech’s v6.03 EntraPass or Software House’s C•CURE 9000. Also compatible with DSC PowerSeries Neo, Sur-Gard SG-System 5 virtual receiver offers visual verification for central stations to significantly reduce the cost to customers when false alarms occur.
Other featured integrations at Security Canada Central is the newest version of the exacqVision video management system (VMS) software from Exacq. exacqVision 7.2’s new native integrated solution with the Kantech EntraPass access control system uses exacqVision CameraLinks to let users trigger alarms directly from a live view page, secure doors and communicate with entrants at the door. This integration delivers the most vital access control capabilities and improves user response time to critical events within one comprehensive solution.
Also from Exacq is the newest version of the exacqVision recorder, which provides better camera power management with integrated PoE and PoE+ camera power ports built in and combined with Illustra IP cameras, offers the easiest video recorder to quote, install and service.
Kantech will showcase the KT-1 Ethernet one door controller, a cost effective, yet feature rich controller that was designed with installers in mind. With its on-board Ethernet port for direct network connection, its Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities and its innovative single button programming, the KT-1 controller is automatically detected and enrolled on the EntraPass security management system, making it quick and simple to install.
The growing Illustra IP camera portfolio continues to deliver a technologically advanced yet cost-effective range of options. See the complete line of high definition cameras and the exceptional video quality and performance delivered in the most challenging lighting conditions.
The newest version of the victor Video Management System from American Dynamics delivers single point alarm/event management and incident reporting that streamlines case management and lens-to-evidence cyber security. With the addition of VideoEdge analytics, real-time alerts, forensic investigation and integration with data deliver much needed business intelligence.
Software House will introduce the iStar Ultra SE door controller that supports up to 32 readers. iStar Ultra SE combines iSTAR Ultra’s feature set with a ‘Pro mode’ that ensures flexibility and compatibility with all Software House systems. iSTAR Ultra SE is available in both wall-mount and rack mount configurations.
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