The annual ISC West trade show brings an array of new products for integrators, and SSI Magazine’s editors scoured this year’s show for highlights.
We reported the announcements of these products and now have video demos so you can get a closer look at their functionality and features.
We’ve posted four videos, as a sampling of what we saw at the show. There were many worthy products, but time constraints limited us to these four.
At their booth, Axis Communications demonstrated the quick and easy installation of two network dome cameras. This year, the company is releasing the Q6034 PTZ and AXIS P5532 fixed dome cameras. As seen in the video, a pair of Axis dome cameras can be installed in about two minutes. Watch the clip:
Gene Pecora of Honeywell’s Fire-Lite division demonstrated the new MS25 25-point addressable fire alarm control panel. Watch the clip:
Bill Taylor of Panasonic System Networks showed the KX-TDE600 IP-PBX Communications Platform that supports a range of analog, digital and IP telephony devices. One application of this system could be for remote testimony during trials. Watch the clip:
Jim Pascale of Speco Technologies showed us the new M4 Series mobile DVR supporting four camera streams on a Web-based viewing portal that’s designed for police, school bus or other fleet operations. Watch the clip:
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Axis Communications, Fire-Lite by Honeywell, Industry News, ISC West, New Technologies, Panasonic, Speco Technologies
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