Live From ISC West 2024: Post-Show Recap

ISC West 2024 is complete. And from start to finish, the entire conference was a huge success with almost 30,000 people in attendance.

We’d like to thank our Live From partners one more time for letting us be their megaphone and help spread the word about their presence at the show.

Thanks to Princeton Identity, AtlasIED, DoorKing, Liftmaster, and Hytera for their openness and hospitality, as well as for the fantastic solutions they brought to Las Vegas. In addition to the recaps below, be sure to visit the @SecurToday X account for video interviews, product demonstrations, and photos from the show floor!

Here’s a recap of what our partners showcased at ISC West.

Princeton Identity
Security identity authentication provider Princeton Identity was busy with attendees taking a look at the company’s eyeallow. A flexible user authentication works on the edge and features a number of authentication technologies. Those include iris and face biometrics, RFID cards, high-frequency smartcards, mobile credentials, biometrics-on cards, and PIN codes. It can store 6,000 user profiles locally with at-rest data encryption to support continued authentication keeps the system operational even in the event of a network outage.

The company’s iris identification algorithm is currently used in high-profile installations both domestically and throughout the Middle East, including passenger screening at Dubai International Airport.

AtlasIED provides commercial audio and communication technology solutions for a variety of applications and customers. And the company announced a big partnership at the show with IntelliSee, a developer of an AI-powered video analytics risk management solution. AtlasIED is adding the IntelliSee platform as part of its mass communication ecosystem, including AtlasIED’s IPX series of endpoints and Singlewire’s InformaCast. Along with that big news, AtlasIED showcased its IPX series—the evolution of its IP endpoint category.

DoorKing provides access control systems, vehicular gate operators, parking control products and vehicle barrier products. And the company’s huge booth was a great place to see a wide variety of those products in action. The 1625 was Wedge Barrier System (literally) a huge draw. The ASTM F2656-20 Certified system can stop 5,000-pound vehicles at 30 mph to safeguard property and occupants.

The myQ Community ecosystem was one of the top products show off at the LiftMaster booth. It uses smart lock brands like Yale and Schlage and creating a seamless self-access experience for community residents that extends from a property's perimeter to a resident's front door. It’s a one-stop ship to help securely manage all of a property's access needs. And the company’s Rebecca Delgado-Peterson was recognized and celebrated as a 2024 SIA WISF Power 100 honoree at the SIA Women in Security Forum Keynote Presentation at the show.

Hytera is all about radio communications products. And along with great live presentations at the show, the company was showing off a number of new products and a Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) platform. The pair of radios, the HM652 and HM682 are both compatible with the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) industry standard. The HR652 compact DMR repeater weighs just a little more than 4 pounds and provides two simultaneous voice channels to double voice channel capacity. Finally, the HORIZON Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) Platform features resilient PoC servers and geographically diverse redundant failover.

Thanks again to all of our partners for their time and expertise! Remember to keep heading to the Security Today website and social media feeds for other news from ISC West. Thanks for reading and we’ll see you in Orlando in September for GSX!

About the Author

Brent Dirks is senior editor for Security Today and Campus Security Today magazines.


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