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ASIS, Anaheim, CA, September, 2009
G4S Wackenhut, whose 650,000 employees in 120 countries are typically retired military or law enforcement officers who undergo a 280-hour training program, according to G4S Wackenhut executive Drew Levine. The company’s successful strategy includes bringing technologies such as video surveillance and other “Force Multipliers” to its assignments with local, city, county, state, federal government in protection extraordinary locales and facilities across the globe.
Rob Douglas, President of the Enterprise Access Division of L-1 Identity Systems, explains how the company has introduced more new biometric access control products in 2009 than in the last eight years combined, by using a common architecture hardware and software platform. These “next generation” products include the first-ever Very Rugged Access Control device, a Rugged Enough indoor/outdoor access control device that can operate in 158-degree Fahrenheit temperatures and the Robust Outdoor commercial reader.
Bud Broomhead, CEO, describes his company Intransa as a video appliance business, which sells hardware platforms that support video management software to large integrators. The company’s new Video Appliance 200 server storage viewing station platform was named the “Product of the Year” at ASIS.
Bud Broomhead, CEO
George Liggins, account manager at Mir3 in San Diego, describes the company's Intelligent Notification and inEnterprise scalable Mass Notification systems that have been successfully used in such disasters as Hurricanes Katrina and Ike and shootings on college campuses.
George Liggins, Account Manager
A.J. Paugh, head trainer and sales associate at Zistos, demonstrates the company’s range of portable video systems, such as the company’s under vehicle inspection trolley, for law enforcement, security personnel, urban search and rescue and covert surveillance.
A. J. Paugh, Head Trainer/Sales Associate
Jennifer Kraft describes Diebold's 150-year growth into a major Security Systems Integrator, and Dianna Goss describes the company's Gate Master Solution for combining multiple physical devices into one common entry point for bases and other facilities.
Vicon designs, builds, supplies and supports video security solutions, both on the physical and IT sides, according to Bret McCowan, the company’s Marketing VP. In its 40-year history, Vicon has completed thousands of installations in all four corners of the globe, in the corrections market, schools, government and municipal, courts, bridge and tunnel and commercial facilities. It is now expanding its product line with the launching of its SMS Access Control Solution.