LEGIC Holistic SM-6300 Reader IC

LEGIC, the global leading company in secure identification and legitimation management with headquarters in Switzerland, has presented its product portfolio including the latest reader IC SM-6300 featuring all globally relevant RFID standards. LEGIC’s flagship supports BLE, NFC, LEGIC prime and advant, NXP MIFARE and DESFire and now also HID iCLASS®. The SM-6300 is the reader IC that is compatible with all standard communication protocols allowing a seamless migration between the different RFID or virtual cards. Thanks to its BLE and NFC functionality, it can also be used with mobile credentials…

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Avigilon Control Center (ACC) 7

ACC™ 7 is Avigilon’s latest and most advanced video management software that is designed to revolutionize how users interact with and gain situational awareness from their video surveillance systems. It introduces Focus of Attention, a cutting-edge user interface for live video monitoring. Rather than watching static video feeds, Focus of Attention uses artificial intelligence (AI) powered Avigilon self-learning video analytics and unusual motion detection technologies to determine what information is important and should be presented to security operators. By providing actionable information immediately to users, the system is designed to…

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Dual-Imager SightSensor TC

SightLogix has recently introduced the SightSensor TC product line, which adds high-definition visible color to SightLogix’s longstanding reputation for outstanding thermal detection. The SightSensor TC uses an ideal outdoor intrusion sensor – thermal video – to detect targets with high accuracy in darkness, rain and snow. An integrated HD visible imager provides color video assessment. With powerful onboard video processing, SightSensor TC analytics maximize the full dynamic range of the thermal imager to detect intruders with great accuracy. The camera also provides a clear, high-contrast thermal image that can be…

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VR Mullion Readers Combat Card Hacking with OSDP

Andrew Fulton reels off a startling fact as he sits in his office at the Vanderbilt buildings in Dublin, Ireland. “90% of all access control cards in the industry today are easily copied and cloned,” states Fulton, Head of Access Control Product Line at the company, “Copied credentials, fake credentials and card cloners can easily be ordered on the internet. This has created the growing realization that most access control ID systems are therefore totally open to being compromised and seriously vulnerable to attack.” Often considered the first line of…

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