Honeywell Releases 2007-08 Video and Access Systems Catalogs

Sept. 7, 2007
Catalogs feature newest video analytics, web-based access control and integrated security technologies

LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 6, 2007 – Honeywell has announced the release of its latest Video Systems and Access Systems product catalogs. The two catalogs include Honeywell’s newest security offerings, and provide dealers with one-stop access to information on the company’s full line of video and access products.

The Video Systems Product Catalog includes products such as Honeywell’s new Intelligent Video Analytics software, which reviews vast amounts of raw video in real time using rules-based object detection, classification and tracking to distinguish suspicious activity. Also featured are Honeywell’s new True Day/Night cameras: the HD4D vandal dome camera and the HCD92534 IR bullet camera. Dealers and end users can also sign up to receive additional information on Honeywell’s new IP Network solutions as it becomes available.

Highlights of the new Access Systems Product Catalog include WIN-PAK SE access control software with integration to VISTA intrusion panels and Rapid Eye digital video recorders. The NetAXS hybrid Web-based access control panel is also featured, as well as the latest in smart card technologies such as Honeywell’s FIPS 201 compliant OmniAssure™ readers that bring innovative security to businesses of all sizes.

“Each industry and business has unique security requirements that standard, off-the-shelf products cannot meet,” said John Lorenty, president, Honeywell Systems Group. “The wide range of products in these catalogs can be customized to any location, facility or business. Our ability to work with individual customers to meet those unique needs is a major reason why so many of them have selected Honeywell as their partner of choice.”

Both catalogs will be available at ISC East and ASIS International 2007. For more information, visit or

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