eSecurity World to Debut at Security 2013 Exhibition

Australasia’s leading security industry event launches new feature simulating real world environments.

Security 2013 Exhibition & Conference, organised by Diversified Exhibitions Australia, today announced that it will bring Security World, a never-before-seen feature to the show floor. For the first time, this exciting new feature will simulate real world environments which showcase how different security products combine to provide a complete, secure solution.

In today¹s technologically advanced world, security remains one of the key concerns for businesses with new threats being a daily occurrence. According to Australia¹s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), one in five Australian businesses suffered an electronic breach in 2012, and this is predicted to rise as attacks evolve and become more sophisticated.

The constant development of technology and the speed of deployment means that many corporate leaders risk falling victim to security breaches by not keeping up to date with industry developments,² said Kylie McRorie, Exhibition Manager, Security 2013 Exhibition. ³While most businesses are familiar with the security solutions on offer, often the gap in an organisation¹s security plan is the lack of understanding of how different products work together and it¹s here that businesses become vulnerable to attack. Security World will integrate the latest solutions where visitors can experience first-hand product demonstrations working in situ.²

The newest feature to the Security Exhibition will recreate four everyday situations in an office, building foyer, car park and home environment. Biometric intercomms, CCTVs, motion sensors, surveillance software, bollards and perimeter senses will be among the solutions in action from some of the world¹s leading security vendors including Honeywell, ID Warehouse, E-Nose, Salto Systems, MI5 Security Australia and Integrity Locksmiths and Security. Industry experts will host guided tours through Security World allowing visitors to gain an understanding of how different products operate and interact.

Some of the leading products that will be on display at Security World include:

·       E-Nose: Graffit-e-Nose Mk4

Graffit-e-Nose Mk4 is the world¹s first aerosol spray fume detection device that integrates with CCTV/video surveillance. Graffit-e-Nose hides its electronic nose technology in an inconspicuous box that can be installed in graffiti prone locations. When spray paint fumes are detected by Graffit-e-Nose, a silent alarm alerts security guards to catch the offenders in action. The solution not only enables councils to detect graffiti vandals earlier, but also increases the number of arrests and convictions. By integrating CCTV, Mk4 further increases the likelihood of convictions, as video footage can later be used to arrest and prosecute offenders.

·       Honeywell – Tuxedo Touch Automation Controller

Honeywell¹s Tuxedo Touch is a 7¹¹ graphic touchscreen that functions as a home and building automation controller, integrated security system, camera viewer and digital picture frame.

Some of the unique features the Tuxedo Touch include are:

  • On-premise control: With a built-in web server, users can conveniently control the system through a smartphone, web-enabled TV or compatible mobile device.
  • Remote Locking: Remotely lock and unlock doors and disarm security system through the keypad on the lock.
  • Reduce energy cost: Create an energy-intelligent home with automated heating, cooling and lighting at the touchscreen or on mobile devices around the premises when using Wi-Fi.
  • Remote monitoring: Video surveillance on the keypad or through local web-enabled devices.

·       Salto Systems ­ Networked Locking Systems

Salto Systems will feature a range of its networked locking systems within the four areas of Security World including its AElement RFID Lock with Wireless DNA (WiDNA) Technology and XS4 electronic lock.

AElement is an RFID lock that allows users to integrate all physical security needs into one energy efficient, wire-free system. Incorporating SALTO¹s new DNA technology, AElement enables users to choose between online and offline. Wireless ready locks can be Œswitched¹ to online mode to provide real-time control over an entire property at any given time.

Salto Systems¹ XS4 electronic lock with keypad, which increases security and control with the choice of two forms of authentication process to grant access, will also be on display in Security World. XS4 is available in a wireless version for online real-time control.

·       ID Warehouse: PassagePoint® Self-Registration Kiosk

ID Warehouse will be showcasing its PassagePoint® Self-Registration Kiosk, which turns any real-world foyer into a self-service visitor management platform.

PassagePoint® Self-Registration Kiosk makes it easy for visitors to electronically verify and register themselves on premises using a simple-to-use touch screen application. This registration can trigger the production of their ID badge, as well as notifying the host¹s visitor of their arrival. The easy to use Kiosk makes any visitor management process secure, streamlined and auditable.

Security 2013 Exhibition will take place from 24-26 July 2013 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.

For more information about Security World and Security 2013 Exhibition, please visit www.securityexpo.com.au

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