ASIS Product Spotlight

08/04/2006


Integral Technologies’ recently launched DS RealVue products and the revolutionary access control solution Intelli-M PoE will be the company’s frontrunners at the 52nd annual ASIS International, to be held September 25-27, 2006 in San Diego, California. During the show, Integral also plans to reveal its latest in video, access control and network security solutions in booth #1737.

In the area of digital video, Integral will showcase its newest high-end video product in the DigitalSENTRY family of products, DS RealVue. Ideal for high security applications, DS RealVue products are the security industry’s first real-time digital video recorders capable of recording 32 cameras simultaneously at 30 fps at full D1 resolution--all on a single chassis. Offering both analog and IP camera support, the DS RealVue products use advanced compression technology to minimize both the bandwidth for transmission and the file size required for storage. DS RealVue products are powered by the latest version of Integral’s feature rich, MPEG4-based DigitalSENTRY software and are fully scaleable for multi-facility installations.

 

Integral will also display its latest upgrade to the company’s Ethernet-powered access control solution, Intelli-M PoE version 6.1. This version offers a variety of new features and benefits including IP camera and DS RealVue support, AES 128-bit encryption, and First Person In capability. Through these advanced capabilities, users receive a superior access control system with a high level of flexibility.

 

Intelli-M’s unique small size and design allow for easy installation, maintenance and diagnostics. With an embedded Web server, Intelli-M’s eIDC is ideal for stand-alone applications requiring only one door of access control. In addition, it allows operators to easily connect and manage a single door system from anywhere in the world, using familiar Web browser software. The Intelli-M system is also fully integrated with Integral’s digital video management system to provide a combined access control and digital video solution for complete facility security.

 

Among other products being showcased at ASIS, Integral will highlight its enterprise-class access control solution, Continuum SE, and its complete line of DigitalSENTRY network video products that provide customers with both analog and IP camera solutions.





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