CP PLUS Launches First Manufacturing Facility in India

CP PLUS is bolstering its production in India by opening its first dedicated manufacturing plant in Andhra Pradesh, India. They are setting up the manufacturing facility under the Honorable Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ initiative which lays a lot of emphasis on R&D and local development of goods. Established in Chitoor, near Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, the state-of-the-art facility is equipped with world class technology for manufacturing a wide range of security and surveillance products to cater to the needs of government, defense, navel and key infrastructure projects which is ideal…

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Matrix COSEC Facial Recognition

Matrix has recently unveiled its indigenously designed COSEC Facial Recognition. Matrix COSEC Face Recognition is based on innovative, deep learning technology, which evolves as per regular user interaction in different conditions. It identifies a user quickly and accurately with 1:1 or 1:N identification method. The technology checks liveness of a face with 99.53% accuracy. It accepts the user’s mobile as a credential, which eliminates hardware cost and makes the verification process simple and secure. With contactless authentication, Matrix COSEC Facial Recognition technology reads the user’s face through COSEC APTA application.…

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Honeywell Vector Occupant App

Honeywell has recently added new capabilities to the Honeywell Vector Occupant App that give occupants more control over their experiences within a building with the swipe of a screen. The most significant new feature is indoor navigation, which uses GPSlike technology to help users find their way around complex buildings that are difficult to navigate without directions. The benefits of the indoor navigation feature have been demonstrated in the Minneapolis Skyway System, a complex interlinked network of enclosed pedestrian walkways spanning 80 city blocks. The walkways protect Minnesotans from the…

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DDS Protocol Analysis Software

In late 1970s to late 1980s, ATT offered a pure private line digital data service called Dataphone Digital Service, or DDS. Supported rates of 2.4, 4.8, 9.6, and 19.2 were standard with higher rates such as 56kbps; and nx56kbps also possible but rarely. These circuits although legacy, are still quite common today – because they really work. Specialized channel cards called OCU-DP (Office Channel Unit Data Port) are connected to standard CSU/ DSUs with datacomm interfaces. Both synchronous and asynchronous data is formatted and fit cleanly into a 64kbps time-slot…

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