C-Suite Product Spotlight
- By Sydny Shepard
- Sep 14, 2016
ASIS Day 3 is in full swing and there was so much to see! The products that caught my eye the most were all-in-one devices or software that had added functionality to create the perfect security solution. This got me thinking, who loves saving money, added functions and reducing the chances of a security breach the most? The C-suite. Take a look at these products that boast the most for your buck while also being cutting edge and innovative.
Schneider Electric AccessXpert Security Management System
While AccessXpert isn't the newest product on the market, it is newly renovated to added several enhancements to the system. The new functions allow facility managers to seamlessly integrate security and building management systems for the first time via the BACnet communications protocol to drive information sharing that leads to better building efficiency.
AccessXpress uses secure, cloud-based technologies to provide building owners, management and security personnel with anywhere, anytime mobile access to video surveillance, intrusion detection, access control, alarm management and other systems. By using open standards to merge security with Schneider Electric's SmartStruxure building management system (BMS), AccessXpert delivers new levels of building integration to enable clearer decisions, faster responses and maximum efficiency.
Princeton Identity IOM Access Control Tablet
Princeton Identity™, Inc., recently spun off from SRI International, demonstrated its IOM Access Control Tablet for mainstream access control applications at ASIS 2016. The tablet fuses an access-control reader, biometrics, keypad, intercom, camera and other capabilities into a single cost-effective package for maximum value and functionality. The tablet is part of the Princeton Identity portfolio of Identity on the Move™ (IOM) solutions that enable greater ease of use, security and personalization for physical and logical access control, workforce management, enterprise operations and emerging applications within the Internet of Things.
Sydny Shepard is the Executive Editor of Campus Security & Life Safety.