Top 10 Booths to Visit at ASIS

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Top 10 Booths to Visit at ASIS

It is only a few short days until the ASIS show floor at Orange County Convention Center opens its doors. There are hundreds of booths to see, so how do you decide where to go first? Well, we’ve put together a list, sponsored by Security Products Magazine, of the top 10 booths you can’t leave Orlando without seeing.

This list will take you on a must-see tour of the show floor; you’ll see the very best in access control and security cameras as well as the newest innovations in physical identification and video surveillance. When you’re finished, you can swing by booth 3579 and ask about Security Products’ newest partnership, Security Today Academy. Through Security Today Academy, Security Products and STAM Interactive Solutions Inc. bring online training courses on the latest security technology to professionals in the security industry.

So here they are, in no particular order, the top 10 booths to visit this year at ASIS 2016.

Salient Systems

Salient Systems, provider of video management systems, will announce their partnership in the Safe City Consortium during the show. The Consortium showcases integration of five industry leading companies, and Salient is excited to enhance their partnerships through the program. The company will also be featuring CompleteView VMS, a platform that provides an easy-to-use way to organize sites and zones to view layouts in interactive maps, allowing users to manage complex deployments, something you have to check out in person.

Hear Salient’s big news and check out their top products at booth 3551.

Open Options

Open Options, an access control provider, will unveil the latest features of their access control platform, DNA Fusion, and their new integrations with Axis Communications, Isonas and Allegion at the show. The new features to DNA Fusion include integration with AXIS A1001 door controller, Vanderbilt VRINK and VIONX-8 panels, as well as support for Isonas pure IP hardware.  DNA Fusion also includes photo recall enhancements, improved Biometric Interface to support the verification time, SSP-LX coordination updates, and more.

Look out for live demos and more at booth 2661.

Protection 1

Protection 1, a provider of residential and business security solutions, will have a lot to see at the show this year. You’ll most certainly get a chance to view the newest eSuite 2.0, the next generation version of Protection 1’s innovative alarm data analytics and reporting platform for enterprise and commercial customers. The second generation was developed through feedback from users giving it more features like enhanced mobile design, ability to place a burglar alarm system on test and remove from test online, and an activity dashboard that shows users critical site activity in a summary activity map.

Stop by and see all that Protection 1 has to offer at booth 3113.


AlertEnterprise, provider of security software designed to identify and prevent cyberattacks, sabotage and terrorism, will have a lot to offer at the show this year, making them a must see booth. In addition to the AlertEnterprise booth where you can find their newest products and solutions, Founder & CEO, Jasvir Gill will be talking at a session on cyber and physical security. Make sure to stop by for a few minutes and AlertEnterprise can show you their solution in SOC environment right in their booth!

Don’t miss out on everything AlertEnterprise has to show at booth 1315.

Vicon Industries

Vicon Industries, designer and manufacturer of surveillance solutions, will have one of their newest products features at the show. Vicon has recently announced a video management system, Valerus VMS, and those who attend the show will have an exclusive peek at the new system. You won’t want to miss a demo of this VMS that features high performance video with HD resolution, web-based access from anywhere in the world and separate modules that mitigates the risk of interruption.

See the new Valerus Video Management System at booth 1426.

SALTO Systems

SALTO Systems, a manufacturer of electronic access control solutions, will be featuring some of their most exciting innovations at the show this year. The company has been striving to incorporate BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technology into a variety of their products in an effort to make them more efficient and convenient for end users. The BLE technology will be included in their newest minimalist RFID wireless electronic lock product line, AElement. The device integrates physical security needs in an energy efficient way, making it a must-see at the show.

See the AElement and more at SALTO Systems’ booth 2434.


HES, a member of the ASSA ABLOY group brand, is a manufacturer of electro-mechanical locking solutions. While the company will have many products showcased at ASIS we urge you to find their booth to check out the HES K200 and KS200 wired cabinet locks. The locks, which won Security Products New Product of the Year contest in the Access Control Devices/Peripherals division, are a flexible solution for drawer and cabinet access control. The devices use Wiegand communication between the reader and the access control system to deliver full access control, something you’ve got to see in real life.

Don’t miss out on seeing these cabinet locks in action at booth 3601.


The security industry is flooding the mainstream news on a very specific topic lately, and that is body cameras. Sentry360 has taken the cake when producing this increasingly-important device. The SentryMobile 2 Megapixel body wearable camera has a 10 hour battery with 140 degree field of view and 32 GB storage capability making it one of the most impressive in the industry. This year, the device won Security Products New Product of the Year in the Body Cameras category, making it a must-see at ASIS.

Take a glance at Sentry360’s body cameras, as well as their other products at booth 1569.

Arecont Vision

Arecont Vision, a company exclusively focused on megapixel technology, will be featuring several new products at the show. Lucky for you, they’ll be giving live demos of the products at the top of the hour every day of the show. It will be virtually impossible not to catch one of the members of their team showing off one of their newest cameras, like the MegaVideo Flex, ideal for tight spaces light gas pumps, drive-thrus and ATMs. The product was a winner in Security Products New Product of the Year Award in the Video Surveillance Cameras, HD (megapixel) category. Other products like the SurroundVideo G5 Mini and the MegaDome 4K cameras make Arecont the number one booth to visit if you’re looking for the best innovations in megapixel IP video solutions.

See live demos and more at Arecont’s booth 2027.

Total Recall Corporation

Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies company, will have exciting things happening at ASIS. Recently acquired by Convergint, Total Recall Corporation has released another product in their exclusive CrimeEye line of comprehensive citywide video surveillance solutions: the CrimeEye-RD-2. The CrimeEye-RD-2 is an intelligent and lightweight rapid deployment system designed for temporary video surveillance needs. It requires no tools and can be set up in a quick, single-person installation. Equipped with HDTV-quality Axis dome network cameras, the CrimeEye-RD-2 unit streams high quality video within minutes of installation.

To see the latest, visit Total Recall Corporation at booth 2451.


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