Magazine article Security Management

Exhibitors Offer Vast Array

Magazine article Security Management

Exhibitors Offer Vast Array

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You could not attend the 41st Annual ASIS Seminar and Exhibits without being impressed by the vast exhibit hall. More than 530 exhibitors in 1,250 booths helped attendees find specific products and services and offered solutions to unique problems. The descriptions that follow zero in on just a few of the companies that participated.

AES-Intellinet Corporation of Peabody, Massachusetts, exhibited the latest version of their long range radio used to monitor alarm systems. The wireless data system is self adjusting, provides multiple paths for messages, and does not require dedicated repeaters or tower sites. In the AES IntelliNet system, if a unit is knocked out, signals automatically re-route themselves through other units.

B. Prepared Inc., based in Minneapolis, exhibited for the first time this year. B. Prepared instructs companies on how to deal with bombs and bomb threats. At their booth, company representatives described its self-administered training program and on-site consulting services.

DAC Services, another new exhibitor from Tulsa, Oklahoma, displayed its employment history database on security guards that allows other security companies to electronically verify work performance. DAC has two million records on file.

Cybermotion Inc. of Salem, Virginia introduced its K3A robot, which is similar to the company's existing CyberGuard robot. The CyberGuard patrols buildings checking for air quality, fire, and intrusion. The K3A robot performs the same functions as the CyberGuard but has a new design, which allows the robot to maneuver through smaller aisles and tighter environments.

Integrity International Security Service, based in Clarksville, Tennessee, highlighted their surveillance van. This vehicle is equipped with a disguised video recording unit with still photo capabilities. Prints can be made instantly from videotape, and audio recordings can be made from long distances. The company also provides a private investigator training course.

Positive Impressions Inc. gave out information on their recognition awards and incentive programs. The company, based in Port Chester, New York, sets up incentive programs and decides on rewards for employees.

Reid Psychological Systems, based in Chicago, introduced a new product, ProVoice. ProVoice allows employers to screen applicants using a touch-tone phone. Job candidates call a toll free number and answer questions using the buttons on the phone. …

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