Interconnective Security Products (ISP0) will be showcasing their smarter security products at this year’s Counter Terror Expo (CTX) on the 24th and 25th of April 2013, on stand Q40. ISP will also present prototypes of the new Partner LWD (lone worker device), which is currently undergoing end user testing, in our ISP Future Lab.
The ISP stand will feature the following innovative products:
• Jack Ellis Body Protection All Jack Ellis Body Armour is certified to HOSDB 2007 standards and withstands the five most violent threats – ballistic, stab, spike & needle, shrapnel and blunt trauma.
• The Partner Verification Systems provides security, cleaning, and frontline management solutions using a variety of hardware options including live GPRS reporting supported by state of the art software, capable of instant notification of variances and confirmation of routine service level requirements.
• Adams Metal Detectors A high quality range of metal detectors providing professional solutions from general security to deep body tissue metal detection and the unique proximity detector which alerts frontline personnel when they stray from the “search zone”.
• Zepcam A flexible body worn video system (BWVS) catering for most frontline operational needs from local recording to WIFI and 3G real time solutions that exceeds the HOSDB recommendations for HOSDB.
• Xumo3 Portable Video and Alarm Systems combines the latest alarm, surveillance and mobile technologies into a single unit.
• Vigilant-i Real Time Video Analytic Software automatically identifies unexpected events in a real time video stream, guiding an active camera to record such events in high resolution especially in crowded environments such as football stadiums or shopping centres.
• Intellio provides a wide range of smart cameras and complete video surveillance systems which integrate pioneering technological solutions. Intellio smart cameras have built-in, intelligent video content analytics, allowing the camera to change the frame rate of the video stream according to whether there are any activated events taking place in the surveillance area, at the same time decreasing the number of necessary video recording servers and storage capacity. The unique mapping software allows the user to develop a 3D map of the computer screen which signals alarm activations. There are different modules available within the software which allows the user to set specific parameters to trigger alarms and make the operator aware of any unwanted action or behaviour. The Intellio image search model facilitates rapid and simple image tracking.
• Interconnective Future Lab showcases products that are under development ranging from a lone worker watch, body worn video systems with 4G connectivity and two way talk back between the frontline operative and the public as well was with the control centre.
ISP General Manager, Joanna Karwacka, commented: “The products on show will demonstrate the results of moving from a traditional security products supplier to the development of smart security products that underpin professional security officers. We are in our second year of our three year transition and are pleased to be ahead of our development targets. Please pay us a visit at stand Q40 where our team will be happy to explain our successes and demonstrate these smarter security products.”
CTX 2013 is being held on the 24th and 25th April at London’s Olympia. Visitors must pre-register in advance at www.counterterrorexpo.com.