Intrusion Alarm | Intruder Alarm System Communicator

2021-11-25 11:53:37 By : Mr. Kunka Luo

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Pairing sensors with video to enhance security Adding video to a monitored alarm system has obvious benefits. It allows visual verification of what triggered the alarm, a better understanding of the event and assessment of what the necessary response should be. Another major benefit is the reduction of false alarms. However, for many companies and homeowners, the main disadvantage of the full video surveillance alarm system is the cost of combining the alarm and video surveillance system and performing maintenance. OPTEX's award-winning smart visual verification solution brings innovative solutions to the alarm monitoring market by providing a simple, economical and safe way to connect intrusion detection sensors and/or emergency buttons with ONVIF video equipment. The solution consists of an IP gateway, OPTEX Bridge and a secure cloud portal, which can provide fast, safe and audited visual verification for participating monitoring stations/alarm receiving centers (ARC). How does the solution work? OPTEX Bridge is available as a four-channel or 12-channel model, allowing ONVIF cameras or NVRs to be connected to indoor and outdoor intrusion detectors, emergency buttons, and door contacts to map the detection area to the relevant cameras. Bridge is connected to the cloud portal, supported by CheKT, and registered with participating monitoring centers. When an alarm is triggered, Bridge simultaneously transmits the information to the monitoring station through the monitored system, and transmits it to the cloud together with related video clips. In a few seconds, the operator can see the pre- and post-event records and real-time view of the scene. According to the existing procedures, the operator will take an appropriate response or send the shot to the customer for verification and explanation. Clients will access the recordings with explicit actions of "ignoring" or "requiring response". All events and responses are recorded in a clear audit trail. What can be connected to The Bridge? The OPTEX Bridge has two models: CKB-304 and CKB-312, which can physically pair up to 4 or 12 indoor/outdoor intrusion sensors or emergency buttons with the same number of IP cameras, respectively. Bridge can be connected to existing or new systems. To increase visual verification, The Bridge's digital input can be connected to an IP camera or DVR. To activate an alarm, it can be connected to indoor and outdoor motion detectors, alarm panels, emergency buttons, and door contacts. The relay output can be used to turn on the lighting, give a voice warning through a siren, or trigger the opening of a gate. In some retail applications, customers have connected The Bridge to release smoke cloaks to prevent burglary. Who does this solution apply to? Bridge can be used for many different applications, such as monitoring intrusions and personal attacks, to visually verify when a leak sensor sounds an alarm. Retail, commercial and campus buildings, industry, warehouses and homeowners can also benefit from comprehensive visual verification solutions.

The award-winning REDSCAN Pro series uses LiDAR technology to create high-resolution virtual laser walls or planes up to 100m long, providing ideal intrusion protection and manufacturing for many high-security sites in public utilities such as water treatment, telecommunications, transportation hubs, and substations. And logistics to campus-style commercial premises. Through on-board sensor analysis, REDSCAN Pro can analyze the size, speed and distance of moving objects, and provide point detection by tracking the X and Y coordinates of the object. Another advantage of lidar technology is that the detection performance is stable at any time, and is not affected by light, weather changes or temperature. The sensor can work in the range of -20 to 60 degrees, and can extend its operating temperature to -40 degrees when using a heated lens. Long-distance and multi-area logic detection The new REDSCAN Pro series sensors can cover a large area with high accuracy and remain constant throughout the detection area. The RLS-3060V model provides a coverage area of ​​30x60 meters, while the RLS-50100V model provides a detection area of ​​50x100 meters. Rectangular detection mode (rather than fan shape) allows seamless protection from corner to corner, which is very suitable for exterior walls, flat roofs of commercial buildings and surrounding structures of large installations. A key feature of the new LiDAR series is multi-zone logic, which provides a high degree of customization and flexibility. With just one sensor, customers can create up to eight different detection areas, with configurable sensitivity, target size and output. For example, you can set instant alarms for restricted areas and lower sensitivity for low-risk areas. Multi-functional installation REDSCAN Pro sensors can be installed in different ways to suit the desired area or application; they can be installed indoors or outdoors vertically, inclined or horizontally. To simplify installation options, the sensor has a built-in 95-degree adjustment bracket in its housing, so no accessories are required. Auxiliary camera for easy setup and event review In order to simplify the setup and configuration process, the REDSCAN Pro series has an integrated panoramic auxiliary camera that allows the inspection area to be visualized to quickly perform any optical alignment. In addition, the camera module can be used to take pre-alarm and post-alarm images for later verification, and assist in re-adjusting the detection area when necessary. Up to 500 events can be stored on board. Benefits of ONVIF compliance Through the ONVIF protocol (Profile S), REDSCAN Pro allows alarm output and video streams from auxiliary cameras to be sent to any ONVIF-compliant network video system or IP network device. At the same time, REDSCAN Pro maintains REDWALL event codes (REC codes), so it is easy to update those sites that already have RLS equipment. Network security Online security is the main concern of the industry, which is why REDSCAN Pro is a PoE sensor that complies with HTTPS, SNMPv3, and IEEE802.1X protocols. To ensure the security of the device, the installer can also set up encryption and advanced authentication to prevent unauthorized access to the device. The sensor performs continuous health checks and is equipped with all functions to provide the highest level of safety. The REDSCAN Pro series includes two models: RLS-3060V: detection range is 30 x 60 m RLS 50100V, detection range is 50 x 100 m

Climax Hybrid Security System is an IP-based wired and wireless smart home security gateway with LTE function. It provides a customizable and powerful system for commercial and large-scale home applications. The system takes advantage of the two technologies to provide a comprehensive solution, including home security, overall visual surveillance solutions, ZigBee / Z-Wave Home automation and energy management, and bring all-all-round convenience, comfort and safety. Expandable system The hybrid security system can be expanded to 64 wired areas by installing an area expansion module. In addition, the hybrid security system is compatible with HWC-1, hard-wire to wireless converters, and provides flexibility for installing a variety of wired sensors and devices. The intelligent automated hybrid safety system combines with ZigBee or Z-Wave devices to create an integrated and comprehensive intelligent automated system that can adapt to your living habits and enhance safety. The energy management hybrid safety system can integrate the energy meter of the entire house to report the electricity consumption of the entire home/facilities and the ZigBee/Z-Wave meter switch to monitor the power consumption of a single household appliance. With this energy-saving system, you can develop a useful strategy to reduce energy consumption. The world's leading 2km RF range hybrid security system uses Climax's pioneering Security@2km wireless technology, which can provide 2km (1.5 miles) of RF communication range, fast signal transmission and ruthless reliability. 24-hour emergency monitoring hybrid safety system can be combined with smoke/heat detectors, water sensors, air quality sensors, emergency buttons, light and humidity sensors to protect the user’s house and property from damage caused by fire, heat, water or air toxins . The overall visual surveillance solution Indoor/outdoor PIR cameras, PIR cameras and IP cameras can be integrated into a hybrid security system for visual verification and real-time visual monitoring. Through the Vesta Home 5 web portal or application, you can access the remote and mobile control hybrid security system anytime and anywhere.

ReX extends the boundaries of the protected area. The range extender controls the system equipment connected to it, allowing users to place them quite far from the hub—in high-rise offices, independent garages, or large production plants—while maintaining a stable connection. ReX acts as a reliable link between the hub and the Ajax device. Upon request, all detectors or only some of them can be operated by the intelligent range extender. Although the conventional range extender is the weakest link in the security system and increases the risk of missing alarm signals during transmission, ReX has brought the reliability and flexibility of Ajax to a new level. After the hub, ReX is the second decision center. It integrates the detector into an autonomous group in the system. If the connection to the hub is interrupted for some reason, ReX will assume control: it will receive an alarm signal from the detector and activate the siren to draw attention to the event and scare away thieves.

MotionCam is a wireless motion detector with visual alarm verification for indoor use. It can run for up to 4 years with a bundled battery, can detect movement up to 12 meters, ignore animals, but can immediately recognize human movements. MotionCam works in an Ajax security system and is connected to the hub via two secure radio protocols. The detector uses Jeweler to transmit alarms and events, and Wings to transmit photos. The wireless coverage range is up to 1,700 m line-of-sight. MotionCam's infrared sensor detects intrusions into safe places by identifying moving objects whose temperature is close to that of the human body. The temperature compensation function makes the detector effective in a place with a temperature range of 0 to 40°C. If placed and adjusted correctly, MotionCam will ignore pets. When movement is detected, the armed detector will immediately send an alarm signal to the hub. The hub activates the connected alarm and informs the user and the security company. MotionCam uses the Jeweler radio protocol to transmit alarms and events to the hub. The built-in MotionCam camera can take 1 to 5 photos with a resolution of 320×240, and up to 3 photos with a resolution of 640×480 pixels. A series of photos are displayed in the app as an animation, so users can evaluate the unfolding of the event over time. The photos can be found in the Ajax application and the central monitoring station software of the security company. MotionCam uses the Wings radio protocol to transfer photos to the hub. The detector has infrared illumination for shooting in the dark and is only activated when triggered.

The award-winning remote LiDAR 8.0 version-REDSCAN RLS-3060 series and its configuration software REDSCAN Manager are now available. The laser sensor with the new firmware version and the new configuration software provide many new functions for the standard model RLS-3060L and the high-end model RLS-3060SH. RLS-3060SH will provide greater flexibility in dry contact management, with the option to switch from normally open (NO) to normally closed (NC). RLS-3060-SH provides additional detection modes for the L-type, such as indoor ceiling protection and vehicle detection modes, and has a major new feature-an extended detection area between 30-50m. When used for level detection, it creates an early warning area with a radius of 30 to 50m, capable of detecting larger objects, such as vehicles. In vertical mode, when installed at a distance of 3m from the ground, it can detect people standing or squatting over 100m, which is very suitable for picking up intruders, long walls or fences.

Exhibited at Essen Security, Hall 6, Booth 6D90. Wireless technology is becoming more and more mature, and the two-way communication function now consolidates wireless reliability. Vanderbilt's SPC wireless series includes detectors, emergency buttons, remote keys and transceivers, and has many benefits designed to make the installers' daily work and life easier. The SPC wireless range can be extended to 500 meters, proving to be a more cost-effective alternative than having to connect the entire building with cables. This 500-meter range also reduces installation time and ultimately reduces the cost of installers. The SPC Wireless device uses the industry-leading Energizer® lithium battery, which means that the battery life is extended by five years. This means that the installer does not have to go to the site frequently to replace the battery, thereby freeing up time to deal with more urgent tasks. The settings of the SPC wireless range can be configured wirelessly. Again, this reduces the need for time-consuming site visits. Most other products require dialing switches to change the physical requirements of the command, but the primary goal of Vanderbilt's SPC Wireless is convenience. All in all, the installation of SPC Wireless is designed to be hassle-free. You just need to install the control panel, connect the power supply to it, put the wireless detector in place, and you can start using it. In contrast, wired solutions require at least one day's work to assemble the cables. By reducing on-site time, Vanderbilt's SPC Wireless allows installers to do more work elsewhere, which essentially means more profit from more work.

The wireless touch keyboard is used to arm/disarm the Ajax security system. It is installed in the room near the entrance door for quick access to the keyboard. Identity verification to prevent forgery interference detection and communication channel encryption tampering alarm working principle When the numeric code is entered on the keyboard, the device will run in a safe mode. Indicates that the current security status, detector problem, or communication interruption with the hub is notified. Features alarm button is available. It will notify you every time you try to guess the password, and automatically block when the number of allowed entries is exceeded. Installation and setup works out of the box: the battery is installed, so there is no need to remove the keyboard. One-click connection to the hub in the mobile application. It can be installed on SmartBracket in a few minutes.

One-key call backup by pressing the button in emergency situations. It will immediately send an alert to the hub and then flash green to indicate successful delivery. The security system will call the responding company and send the notification to your relatives or colleagues. It can also turn on sirens to scare off intruders. The Ajax Button at your fingertips is very compact and has almost no weight. You can place it on your body or place it on any surface at any time. The body of the Ajax Button without false positives is designed to prevent false positives, even if you are sitting or lying on it. To ensure extra protection, you can set it to react only when double-clicking or long-pressing (1.5 seconds). To ensure that the alarm is delivered, the Ajax panic button uses the jeweler channel protocol to communicate with the hub at a distance of up to 1300 m. Once it sounds an alarm, you will see a green flashing. Jeweler encrypts all transmitted data. If signal interference or radio interference occurs, the Ajax system will switch the radio frequency and notify you and the security company of the situation. The signal range is up to 1300 meters, and the alarm transmission confirmation uses the improved AES algorithm to encrypt the frequency hopping

The key fob used to control the security mode. Equipped with an emergency button, you can send an alert to your inner circle and security company in case of trouble. Principle of operation The device controls the safe mode and sends an alarm signal to the central monitoring station by pressing the button on the remote control key. Characteristic authentication prevents device replacement and false alarms. Installation and setup works out of the box: the battery is installed, so there is no need to disassemble the detector. One-click connection to the hub in the mobile application.

5 Programmable sequence of handshake. 500 memory events per card. 4 lines of LCD display, 20 characters per line. 1 parallel port and 2 serial ports. 2 SBUS connector on the back. On-board touchpad for manual operation and programming. Comes with an RC-CARD. 18 months warranty.

Voice prompt programming, non-volatile memory, optional battery backup, remote and local programming, recording facility, optional line occupation relay, c/w free microphone

The IP/GSM receiver receives TCP/IP events and alarms generated by ACM or GS​​M/GPRS. When the encrypted data is transmitted to the IP/GSM receiver, the encryption is turned on and then forwarded to any existing automation software to simulate any standard receiver in Contact ID or SIA format.

By inserting a standard SIM card, the SPCN310.000 GSM module can be allocated to any mobile network. The modem is compatible with a full range of SPC panels and plugs located directly on the main PCB without any additional wiring. The device has an external antenna mounted on the cabinet. The modem uses common format protocols (SIA, Contact ID) or IP over GPRS to communicate with the central station (ARC) to the SPC Com alarm receiver. It also supports PPP connection with SPC Pro software for remote programming and configuration upload/download. The SMS function allows users/engineers to send predefined texts when selected events occur in the system or receive predefined SMS commands for security system control. The GSM modem can be used as the main communication source, but also as a backup for PSTN modem or IP communication.

Alarm receiving center station running under Linux operating system. The PE1800XS alarm receiver uses multiple communication protocols including Secom3, and is specifically designed around the characteristics of the Domonial system, which can provide high-level services for monitoring stations and installation personnel. 

The SPCN110.000 PSTN module (up to 56K) is compatible with the complete SPC panel series and can be directly inserted into the main PCB without any additional wiring. The modem can control the line and use the common format protocol (SIA, Contact ID) to communicate with the central station (ARC). It also supports PPP connection with SPC Pro software for remote programming and configuration upload/download. The PSTN modem can be used as the main communication source or as a backup for the GSM modem.

Enable PCX and Enforcer panel* to upload/download data to a PC running InSite 2013 v9.1r software. Up to 4 alarm calls (to ARC or SMS). * Except for Euro Mini series (non-communication 2x panel). Fast Format 4.8.1, 4.16.1, 6.8.1 & 6.16.1 TelenotSIA Level 1SIA-DKContact IDARM compatible (automatic remote maintenance)

The GPRS module is used with PCX 46 and Enforcer 32-WE panels, allowing upload/download, ARC and SMS messages. The GPRS module is used to communicate via Contact ID IP, Fast Format IP, SIA IP or SMS. It can also be uploaded/downloaded to the control panel remotely via a PC. DIGI-GPRS can only be used for PCX 46 (export only) and Enforcer version 10 and above control panels (including Enforcer 32-WE APP).

Suitable for Digi GSM modems of PCX 46 panel v9 and higher and Enforcer v9 and higher. Digi-GSM provides SMS text messages for alarm event communication, remote control and remote diagnosis of the Enforcer control panel. It also communicates the quick format and contact ID. An antenna is provided when Digi-GSM is purchased, which can be easily installed on existing or new devices. Please note that no SIM card is provided. GSM upload/download allows communication between the panel and the PC running our unique UDL software for upload/download, diagnostic inquiry and automatic remote maintenance (ARM©) (depending on the network) ARC signaling on GSM allows The alarm message is sent to the central alarm receiving center through the common protocols Fast Format and SIA. SMS Messaging over GSM allows text messages to be sent directly to up to 4 mobile phones via GSM.

The WiFi network communication module of the Pyronix IP control panel uses the existing broadband to communicate through PyronixCloud, so there is no need for complex port forwarding settings, low-cost installation, and no additional cost in addition to the existing broadband connection. Push notifications are sent directly to the user’s intelligence through HomeControl Mobile App can easily set up completely secure IP connection via DHCP or manual IP configuration. Compatible with InSite programming software. Antenna (1m cable) is included.

The residential home security market is rapidly shifting from PSTN lines to IP communications. Therefore, security service providers need to adopt new communication technologies. Visonic provides a complete set of solutions for IP-based security services. Our solution is ideal for service providers who want to take advantage of this huge and fast-growing Internet opportunity to not only meet changing customer needs, but also maximize recurring revenue. Visonic's IP solution range provides a compelling advantage provider for alarm monitoring stations and security services. These advantages include more reliable communications, lower costs, and opportunities for differentiation through high-quality services. IP Management Platform-IPMPA's unique service management platform provides overall solutions for IP-based service management. It is used as an IP receiver for all Visonic communication modules (GPRS and broadband). The unique architecture of Visonic's IPMP-aimed at the needs of security service providers-makes it one of the most cost-effective IP service management solutions on the market. A single IPMP receiver can easily handle up to 20,000 accounts during a 2-minute keepalive period. IPMP uses the standard receiver protocol to transmit the received events to the central station software, so the ARC software does not require any special adaptation to work with IPMP. IPMP supervises IP and cellular internal modules and forwards all events received from them to the central station software. This enables the central station operator to quickly track the alarm system and view the image of the alarm time record through a standard web browser on the operator console without leaving his/her workstation. PowerLink is an Internet-based advanced home security and control solution. It provides a plug-and-play broadband IP event notification solution for the alarm central station. In addition, it can be expanded by placing up to 12 cameras around the venue to create a comprehensive IP-based video alarm verification solution. GPRS connects to our GPRS module to ensure the maximum reliability of the event transmission to the alarm center station. It also includes advanced features such as two-way voice communication and SMS control. 

Software-based alarm receiver interface for connecting Premier ComIP alarm signal equipment. Support fast format, contact ID and SIA communication protocol. Manage the polling information received for each monitored site.

SPCN910.000 is an interface module that enables the SPC control panel to support the security alarm signal service provided in the United Kingdom. A series of 3rd party single-path and dual-path communication equipment provided by the UK market leader can be easily connected to the module and placed in the SPC G2 and G3 cabinets.

The GSM/GPRS module is an easy-to-add plug-in module that enables the system to communicate through the GPRS/GSM network for reporting, control and programming. It can be used for main communication or as a backup for IP or PSTN communication when communication fails. The RISCO IP receiver can be used to report events to the monitoring station via voice, SMS or GPRS. The GSM/GPRS module also supports two-way voice communication, which is conducive to old-age care, and can communicate with users in two ways in an emergency.

Fully redundant Internet and cellular dual-path alarm communication. Integrated call routing. Remote upload/download via cellular and Internet support panel. Heartbeat monitoring via cellular and Internet. 128-bit AES encryption on cellular and Internet. Complete event report SIA and Contact ID protocols.

LAN connection of Enforcer 32-WE APP certified as SP5 and PCX46 APP panel

Full-duplex hands-free can be used as a full-featured phone. Onboard microphone and speaker. Remote microphone and speaker output. Full remote control output via DTMF tones. Remote control external antenna. Automatic phone number recognition (CLIP). 6 onboard programmable inputs (expandable) Up to 14) 4 onboard programmable outputs (expandable to 52) 9 destination phone numbers for each input voice/SMS message 256 event memory logs, time and date stamps

Half-duplex hands-free can be used as a full-featured phone. Onboard microphone and speaker. Remote microphone and speaker output. Full remote control via DTMF tones. Remote control. Automatic phone number recognition (CLIP). 6 onboard programmable inputs. Programmable output of 9 destination phone numbers voice messages to each input 256 event memory log, time and date stamp

The WiFi network communication module used for the IP connection control panel uses the existing broadband to communicate through PyronixCloud, so there is no need for complex port forwarding settings, low-cost installation, and no additional cost in addition to the existing broadband connection. Push notifications are sent directly to the user through HomeControl Smart phone App can easily set up completely secure IP connection through DHCP or manual IP configuration Compatible with InSite programming software

PIMA GSM-100™ is a tri-band GSM module that is fully integrated with PIMA's control panel-a full data transmitter that supports the most popular Central Monitoring Station (CMS) protocol. Integrated GSM module (installed in the same box as the control panel) Installation is simple and simple: just plug it into the panel to set up and run. No telephone line is required, so no special settings and adjustments are required. The alarm system is fully programmed through the keyboard, local or remote Through Windows-based download software, or through the rapid programming tool full data report tri-band engine, it is suitable for almost anywhere in the world. The device is very suitable as a backup for conventional PSTN line communicators. In the construction and construction of factories where PSTN lines are unavailable, Or as the main communicator with ships in docks, holiday houses, etc., it is unnecessary to rent PSTN lines in these places. In addition, GSM-100™ provides many opportunities for the Central Monitoring Station (CMS), because the GSM module sends short messages through the voice channel, does not require additional CMS hardware, has low operating costs, and has a wide coverage of the GSM network.

SD3 was exhibited at the FIREX exhibition in 2007 and is the latest development of Menvier's world-class voice dialer series. In addition to the standard PSTN connection, SD3 also has an integrated full-featured GSM module, enabling it to use any standard mobile phone network. SD3 accepts all standard SIM cards (not provided). The device is user-programmable, allowing users to digitally record standard "family" messages and up to 8 individual trigger messages, enter up to 10 contact phone numbers and select the message type for each input. Users can choose to send messages (verbal or SMS text) via either connection or both, and if both are used, they can further preselect which will dial first. Provides four programmable outputs, allowing designated users to dial into SD3 at any time and switch up to four connected devices remotely. You can also control these when a message is received and the line is still open. If needed, the integrated microphone allows anyone to be called to listen to the place and even talk back. SD3 has additional unique features, opening up a whole new field of use for voice dialers. When the input is triggered, the automatic digital recorder can be programmed to record and store the next 15 or 30 seconds of sound received from the integrated microphone. This can be replayed remotely on the device itself or via a fixed or mobile phone from anywhere in the world. The integrated digital sensor can be preset at any given temperature from 0°C-50°C, and will automatically transmit a message when the temperature is reached or exceeded. Ideal for ensuring that the building or room will never become too cold if the heating system fails. The wide operating voltage range of 10.5VDC to 28VDC enables SD3 to be used to monitor almost any type of system, intruder, fire, access or building management system (BMS). Reduces the need for installers to stock separate 12 and 24VDC versions. Cooper showcased SD3 and a wide range of other products at the 2007 FIREX show.

Dial a pre-programmed number to remind someone that an intruder has been detected. Up to three phone numbers.

Texbase is an alarm management software package designed to be used in conjunction with Premier Elite Com IP and Montex software. It is ideal for installers who want to individually monitor their installed security system for specific alarm signals. Texbase is event optional, and features include printable reports, detailed account history, and alert status emails.

Premier Elite ComGSM provides SMS text messages for alarm events, remote control and remote diagnostic communications. With GPRS/GSM communication wireless monitoring and reporting functions.

Commercial Fire Fighting Ethernet IP Communicator is suitable for any control panel that uses Contact ID format to communicate. It is configured for independent commercial fire protection applications to comply with NFPA72 version: 2002, 2007, 2010. Includes power supply. Compatible with most control panels that use Contact ID format.

DSC 3G2055 wireless alarm communicator has remote upload/download via HSPA support panel, heartbeat monitoring, 128-bit AES encryption, remote activation and programming via C24 communication, complete event report and 2-channel cellular voice. It is compatible with Sur-Gard system I/II/III/IV monitoring station receiver.

DSC TL2553G is a fully redundant Internet and HSPA dual-path alarm communication. It has integrated call routing, 128-bit AES encryption via HSPA and the Internet, SIA and contact ID protocols, and 2-Way cellular voice. It is compatible with Sur-Gard System I/II/III/IV monitoring station receiver

Allows the PC-LINK connection to be extended by 50 feet (15 m), so the communicator can be installed in a housing separate from the panel. If additional power is used, the distance can be extended to 1000 feet (300 m). Compatible with 3G2080, TL2803G and TL280 alarms Communicator

Dimensions: 4" (H) x 2.375" (W) x 2" (D) North American plug input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz output: 13.8VDC, 1Amp UL Model: ADP1310-NAU

Gaofeng Technology HSGW-MAX15-ZBS-ZW-F1 433/868 IP-based multifunctional smart home security gateway

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In the field of access control, face recognition has made considerable progress. Face recognition technology used to be considered too slow to verify personnel identities and credentials under high-traffic conditions, but it has now developed into one of the fastest and most effective access control authentication solutions in all industries. Industry leaders such as Intel's advancements in artificial intelligence and advanced neural network (ANN) technologies have improved the accuracy and efficiency of face recognition. However, another reason for the attractiveness of this technology is the rapid growth in demand for contactless access control solutions that can help reduce the spread of diseases in public places. High-volume effective face recognition eliminates security risks, and it is almost impossible to be forged. Modern face recognition technology meets all the standards that have become the preferred solution for barrier-free access control. It provides an accurate and non-intrusive way to verify the identity of high-traffic areas, including multi-tenant office buildings, industrial sites, and factories where multiple shifts per day are common. A typical electronic access control system relies on the person providing physical credentials, such as proximity cards, key chains, or Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, all of which can be misplaced, lost, or stolen. Face recognition eliminates these security risks, and it is almost impossible to forge. Affordable biometric options Although there are other biometric tools available, face recognition has significant advantages. For example, some techniques use hand geometry or iris scanning, but these options are generally slower and more expensive. This makes facial recognition a natural application for daily access control activities, including recording the time and attendance of large numbers of laborers in construction sites, warehouses, and agricultural and mining operations. In addition to verifying personal credentials, face recognition can also identify whether an individual wears a face covering in accordance with the government or company's health and safety agreement. In addition to protecting the physical location, face recognition can also be used to manage access to computers and special equipment and devices. Overcoming challenges with artificial intelligence So, when this technology has faced many challenges, including camera angles, certain types of facial expressions, and different lighting conditions, how has face recognition become so reliable? Thanks to the advent of so-called "convolutional" neural network algorithms, engineers have been able to overcome these obstacles. The SecurOS FaceX face recognition solution FaceX is powered by neural networks and machine learning, which enables it to authenticate various faces. New Jersey Intelligent Security System (ISS) and technology giant Intel worked together to create SecurOS FaceX face recognition solution. FaceX is powered by neural networks and machine learning, which enables it to verify a variety of faces and facial expressions, including those captured under changing light, different resolution levels, and different distances from the camera. Security video management systems Common facial recognition system deployments start with IP video cameras, which connect the camera input to the security video management system of the video archive. When the software initially registers a person's face, it creates a "digital descriptor" that is stored as a digital code that is always associated with an identity. The system encrypts these digital codes and stores them in the SQL database. For convenience and cost saving, the video server CPU can perform all neural network processing without any special GPU card. Unique Digital Identifier The next step involves associating the face captured in the video recording with the unique digital descriptor in its file. The system can compare newly captured images with a large database of known persons or faces captured from a video stream. Face recognition technology can provide multi-factor authentication and search for a watch list of specific types of characteristics, such as age, hair color, gender, race, beard, glasses, headwear, and other identifying characteristics, including bald spots. The strong encryption SED compatible drive relies on a dedicated chip that uses AES-128 or AES-256 to encrypt data. To support privacy issues, the entire system has an encrypted and secure login process to prevent unauthorized access to databases and files. By using a self-encrypting drive (SED) that saves video recordings and metadata, an additional layer of encryption can be obtained. SED compatible drives rely on a dedicated chip that uses AES-128 or AES-256 (short for Advanced Encryption Standard) to encrypt data. Anti-spoofing protection measures How does the face recognition system deal with those who try to deceive the system by wearing a costume mask or holding up a photo to hide their face? For example, FaceX from ISS includes an anti-spoofing feature that mainly checks the "vitality" of a given face. The algorithm can easily mark the flat two-dimensional characteristics of the outlet hood, printed photos or mobile phone images, and send out a "spoofing" alarm. Increasing entry speed. Integrating facial recognition into existing access control systems is simple and cost-effective. Integrating facial recognition into existing access control systems is simple and cost-effective. The system can be operated using off-the-shelf security cameras and computers. Users can also use existing infrastructure to maintain architectural aesthetics. The face recognition system can complete the detection and recognition process in an instant, opening a door or revolving door in less than 500ms. This efficiency can eliminate the time associated with security personnel manually checking and managing credentials. Important tools. Modern face recognition solutions can be infinitely expanded to adapt to global enterprises. Therefore, face recognition as a credential is increasingly used in various applications, which go beyond traditional access control and physical security, including health and safety and labor management. All these features make face recognition a natural, frictionless solution for managing access control, both in terms of performance and cost.

The past year has raised consumer awareness of personal safety, from COVID-19 issues to social unrest, making safety a top priority, and the need for personal safety solutions has become more common. In addition, with school closures, event cancellations and increased remote work, consumers spend longer at home. This prompted two major changes, which in my opinion most significantly opened up the demand for mobile security solutions and increased their popularity. Demand for grocery and food delivery applications has surged. The use of application-based delivery services has increased in the past 18 months. The use of application-based delivery services has soared in the past 18 months. The use of program delivery services has skyrocketed. With the increase in usage, there are more and more interactions between strangers in homes and businesses. Although most of these moments are completely safe and convenient, accidents are still happening, ranging from uncomfortable situations to Personal attacks. Moreover, as more and more delivery drivers are on the road, there will be more and more accidents among gig economy workers. According to recent estimates, even if we return to normal life, food and grocery delivery is expected to remain popular. The high popularity of mobile security applications and wearable devices As more and more jobs shift from fixed locations to mobile offices, mobile security applications or wearable devices can become a lifeline in various situations. These mobile security products must be comprehensive, dynamic, and designed to meet people's comprehensive safety and security needs, from providing simple human guarantees to dispatching emergency help. Increase in Domestic Violence Cases According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, due to the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, many victims are trapped at home with the abuser while sheltering in place and working at home, leading to an increase in domestic violence. Mobile security applications, such as ADT's SoSecure The US Attorney General and other state elected officials have recognized mobile security applications, such as ADT's SoSecure. These situations require victims to seek help in a cautious manner. The U.S. Attorney General and elected officials from other states have recognized mobile security applications, such as ADT’s SoSecure, as a tool to help victims of domestic abuse safely seek help without disturbing the abuser. In the past year, there have been huge innovations in the mobile security application market, including a more user-friendly SOS calling method. Today, in an app, people can call for help hands-free by saying secret phrases, text, or sliding buttons. Extend mobile security to wearable devices and users can contact trained personnel through video to help solve disturbing situations, which can effectively deter and provide video evidence. We also see the extension of mobile security to wearable devices to make these devices more discreet and usable. In our lives, there are always some security risks. However, the good news is that there is no need to live in a constant state of fear. The easiest and most straightforward way to be ready to "fight back" is to put a personal security tool, a mobile security app, in your pocket when you need it most.

Intrusion alarm systems are currently facing more and more potential sources of errors in the environment. At the same time, the alarm system must comply with increasingly stringent legal requirements for sensors and motion detectors. As a future-oriented solution, detectors equipped with sensor data fusion technology increase the level of security while reducing the risk of cost and time-intensive false alarms. This article provides a comprehensive overview of sensor data fusion technology. Anti-masking alarms For decades, the intrusion alarm system installed in cultural heritage museums in southern Germany has provided reliable protection for the museum. But suddenly, every night after the museum is closed, the detector will trigger a false alarm. The system integrator was puzzled and conducted extensive tests on the entire system. When they finally identified the culprit, what was unexpected: It turns out that the wavelength of radiation emitted by the LED lighting system recently installed in the museum exhibition space triggers the anti-masking alarm in the detector. This is not an easy-to-repair situation, because the cost of the new lighting system is too high. Ultimately, integrators need to perform extensive detector firmware updates and switch to a different sensor architecture to eliminate the source of errors. This situation is by no means an isolated incident, but part of a growing trend. Reliable detector technology is needed. In response to criminal strategies, the legal requirements for anti-masking technology are becoming stricter. The number of potential triggers for false alarms in environments is increasing. From the perspective of system operators and integrators, this is a worrying development, because every false alarm reduces the credibility of the intrusion alarm system. Not to mention the high cost: every time a fake call is made to the authorities, it costs $200. In addition to the sources of errors in the environment, the legal requirements for anti-masking technology have also become stricter in response to more resourceful strategies used by criminals to avoid detectors. More importantly, today's detectors need to be strengthened to prevent service interruption and provide reliable, all-weather operability, and timely and reliable capture of intruders. Sensor data fusion technology In view of these needs, in the past few years a special method has emerged as a future-oriented solution: sensor data fusion technology, a combination of multiple types of sensors in a detector-designed to cross-check and Verify the source of alarms through smart algorithms-mastering the key to reducing false alarms and responding appropriately to actual alarm events. This generation of detectors combines passive infrared (PIR) and microwave Doppler radar functions with artificial intelligence (AI) to eliminate sources of false alarms without sacrificing capture performance. Motion detectors equipped with sensor data fusion technology provide a fail-safe solution for building safety. "This is not about putting as many sensors as possible into one detector. But it is about checking and balancing the most relevant sensors through smart algorithms. , The algorithm validates the data to obtain a highly reliable security level. The result is the highest capture performance with the lowest risk of false alarms,” said Michael Reimer, senior product manager of Bosch Security Systems. Motion detectors with sensor data fusion look forward to the future. Motion detectors equipped with sensor data fusion technology not only provide fail-safe solutions for building safety. The comprehensive data collected by these sensors also releases value beyond safety: intelligent systems and devices in building automation can use constant real-time information about temperature and humidity. The sensor is integrated into the building management system to improve efficiency and reduce energy costs. Integrated into the building management system, the sensor lays the foundation for improving efficiency and reducing energy costs in the HVAC system. Companies such as Bosch support these network synergies by continuously developing and optimizing smart sensors. At this point, installers must be familiar with the latest generation of sensor technology in order to upgrade their systems accordingly. First, they must fully understand the source of errors in the environment. Prominent false alarm triggers in intrusion alarm systems The following factors are frequent triggers of false alarms by traditional detectors: Strong temperature fluctuations can be interpreted by sensors as indicators of people in the building. The trigger ranges from floor heating sources to strong sunlight. In this case, room temperatures above 86°F (30°C) have proven to be particularly problematic. Dust contamination of the optical detector will reduce the detection performance and increase the sensitivity to false alarms. Air from an air conditioning system or open windows can trigger motion sensors, especially when curtains, plants, or signs attached to the ceiling (such as in a grocery store) are in motion. Strong light is directly exposed on the surface of the sensor, such as caused by the headlights of passing vehicles, floodlights, reflections or direct sunlight-all these sensors may be seen as flashlights from intruders. The wide bandwidth frequencies in Wi-Fi routers can confuse sensors. Only a few years ago, the operating bandwidth of wireless routers was about 2.7GHz, while today's devices usually exceed 5GHz, which caught old-fashioned detectors off guard. LED lights that radiate at frequencies beyond the visible light spectrum may use their infrared signals to trigger the sensor. Regarding the last two points, it is important to note that the legislation provides clear guidelines for the maximum spectrum maintained by Wi-Fi routers and LED lighting. Long-term safety However, when installed near traditional detectors, the large influx of cheap and illegal products (products that do not meet the guidelines) in the two product groups can still cause problems. For this reason, sensor data fusion technology provides a reliable solution to verify alarms by using data from multiple types of sensors within a single detector. In addition to providing the ability to avoid false alarm triggers, the new generation of sensors also need to comply with current legislation. These guidelines include the latest EN50131 Level 3 and German VdS Class C standards, which have clear requirements for anti-masking techniques for detecting sabotage attempts. This is where sensor data fusion technology provides long-term security. The evolution of intrusion detector technology At the beginning, motion detectors designed for intrusion alarm systems were equipped with only a single type of sensor; namely, passive infrared technology (PIR). Once these sensors are introduced, they have greatly improved the overall level of building safety in the automated safety system. But over time, the capture performance of these sensors proved to be limited. Therefore, manufacturers began to implement microwave Doppler radar functions to cover more intrusion warning sources. The first step detection technology In the Bosch sensor, engineers added the first step detection function, which can trigger an instant alarm when someone enters the room. In the next few years, the sensor is also equipped with a sensor that detects visible light to capture the flashlight used by thieves , And temperature sensor. In Bosch sensors, engineers have added proprietary technologies such as first step detection to trigger an instant alarm when someone enters the room. But experience in this field quickly proved that, especially due to error sources such as rats and other animals, comprehensive intrusion detection requires a collaborative approach: combining sensors to cross-check each other in order to actively respond to incoming signals. At the same time, the bandwidth expansion of the aforementioned Wi-Fi routers and LED lighting systems requires the detector to adopt the latest circuit technology to avoid acting as an "antenna" for receiving unwanted signals. Sensor data fusion method At its core, sensor data fusion technology relies on the centralized collection of all data captured by various sensors contained in a single detector. These data streams are directed to a microprocessor that can analyze the signal in real time through complex algorithms. This algorithm is the key to sensor data fusion. It enables the detector to balance active sensors and adjust sensitivity as needed, making a truly intelligent decision about whether the data indicates a valid alarm condition—if it is, then an alarm is triggered. Advanced verification mechanism The current generation of sensor data fusion detectors, such as those from Bosch, have advanced verification mechanisms, including microwave noise adaptive processing, which can easily distinguish between people and false alarm sources (such as ceiling fans or hanging signs). To improve reliability, the PIR and microwave Doppler radar signals are compared to determine whether an actual alarm event is occurring. In addition, the optical chamber is sealed to prevent air currents and insects from affecting the detector, while the detector is programmed for immunity to pets and small animals. Sensor cross-validation More types of sensors embedded in current and future generations of sensor data fusion detectors include MEM sensors as well as vibration sensors and accelerometers. Finally, it is important to remember that cross-validation between sensors helps improve the ability to resist false alarms without sacrificing actual intruder capture performance. It is only used to cover various intrusion indicators. Protecting UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in China Smart detectors equipped with sensor data fusion are protecting China’s historical cultural relics from theft and damage. At the UNESCO-protected Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum site, one hundred TriTech motion detectors from Bosch use passive infrared and microwave Doppler radar technology to protect precious treasures from invaders. In order to provide comprehensive protection for the specific needs of the museum site, detectors are installed on the walls and ceiling to protect the 16,300 square meter museum site. To ensure the best visitor experience without interference from glass walls and other obstacles, many detectors are installed under the ceiling at a height of 4.5 meters (15 feet) above the ground. Despite their height, the detectors provide accurate data around the clock, while exceeding the performance limitations of traditional motion detectors, which clock in a catchment area of ​​only 2 meters (6 feet). The integrated video system also provides additional sources of errors, such as a large amount of dust that contaminates the sensors, and tourists accidentally dropping cameras or mobile phones next to museum exhibits. In order to distinguish these incidents from actual criminal activities, the intrusion alarm system is combined with the museum's video security system. This allows the use of real-time video clips to quickly verify the alarm trigger: in the case of an actual alarm event, the system will alert on-site security personnel in the control room in less than two seconds. Sensor Data Fusion technology, an added value beyond security, provides feasible solutions for more and more error sources in the environment. As of today, Sensor Data Fusion technology has provided feasible solutions for more and more error sources in the environment. Provides legal and compliant construction safety to prevent intruders. In view of future development, operators can use the upgrade of existing systems (may not fundamentally replace the current system architecture) to the new detector standard to obtain significant added value. How about the added value? On the one hand, the detector can be integrated with access control, video security, voice alert and analysis to increase the level of security. These synergies are particularly evident on end-to-end platforms such as Bosch Building Management System. On the other hand, the data stream from smart detectors also provides operational intelligence for building automation systems, for example as a basis for improving efficiency and reducing energy consumption of HVAC systems. New backward compatible detectors Bosch will release a series of new commercial detectors before the end of 2021, based on the latest research on the risk factors of false alarm sources in the environment, and in compliance with current regulations and safety standards. During these developments, installers can rest assured that all new detectors are fully backward compatible and compatible with existing networks/architectures. Having said that, sensor data fusion technology has become the key to safer intrusion alert systems today and in the future. Bosch TriTech Detectors In order to provide reliable and fail-safe alarms, Bosch’s current TriTech detector series relies on the combination of different sensor data streams and is evaluated through integrated algorithms. These Bosch Sensor Data Fusion detectors can combine up to five different sensors in one unit, including: Long-distance passive infrared (PIR) sensors, short-distance PIR sensors, microwave sensors, white light sensors, temperature sensors equipped with these sensors, TriTech detectors can detect The most common source of false alarms; from the headlights of passing cars to the rats passing through the room 4.5 meters from the detector. In addition, TriTech detectors provide reliable performance at room temperatures above 86°F (30°C), while completely preventing actual intrusion and sabotage attempts by criminals.

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