Day 2 photos of IFSEC 2007 from Security Dealerâ€™s Peter Harlick . (Click to enlarge photos.) Read the text of his report from DayÂ 3 here.Â See they Day 1 report hereÂ and the Day 2 report here.
Adam Stroud of Paxton Access showcasing the Net 2 Nano
Stroud demonstrating the integrated prox/lock combo called EasyProx
TXI's immersive imaging unit provides a 360-degree view and has been used for surveillance by police/defense officers in crowds, and in use on Humvees in the Sand Box.
Pelco was showing its Esprit PTZ surveillance camera systems with a cool choreographed "dance".
Michael Mikaelian, Margie Gobler and John TaylorÂ of STI
At Hirsch Electronics' stand: Lars Suneborn, John Piccininni, an IFSEC attendee and Scott Howell
Hirsch's Verification Station can do multi-factor authentication, and was designed around the HSPD-12 government access control need.
Dennis Johnson of UltraVision Security Systems was proud of their buried intruder alarm sensor, the UltraSensor, which was recognized by IFSEC for "best new intruder alarm product".
Mango DSP's Oren Feldman
Mango DSP's rugged Raven X2 video encoding unit
Mango DSP's high-powered RavensNest unit can handle 60 D1 video streams and add IP-ready encoding and even analytics.
Doing business at the EverFocus stand
As would be expected, Bosch Security had a strong presence at this UK security tradeshow.
Smiling faces handing out booth bags at the ultra-modern entrance to the IFSEC show
CSL made us do a triple-take; the company makes the DualCom devices for intruder alarm signaling.
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