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CO N T E N T S February 2014

FIND OPPORTUNITY IN DIFFICULTY 34 Market Dynamics

INDONESIA:

Indonesia is now Southeast Asia’s largest economy after a decade of rigid reforms on fiscal systems and a stabilized democratic governance. The world acknowledges Indonesia as a MINT and VIP country worthy of investment, but Indonesia is also a member of the Fragile Five vulnerable to the instability of foreign capitals. 2014 will be a pivotal year for Indonesia as its economy is flanked by the global economic slowdown externally and elections and policy changes internally. Nevertheless, the upbeat investment climate is sustained by the country’s competitive edges, and projects in various verticals bode well for the security and safety segment.

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Ken Li, CEO of Chuango

Cover Story

Bringing New Dynamics to the Modern Home Adhering to its promise of “security and innovation” and commitment to fulfilling user requirements, Chuango Security Technology fuses technology and design into people-oriented products to provide easy-to-use smart home solutions to residential and recreational property owners worldwide.

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Vertical Solutions

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Beyond a Duty of Care Schools in Southeast Asia are fairly safe, compared with constant school shootings in the US.

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CON TEN T S February 2014

a&s Asia, published by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd., is a bimonthly professional publication for channel players in the regional electronic security industry. It caters to importers, distributors, OEM/ODM searchers, system integrators and other product purchasers to get updates on product sources and developments in CCTV, Digital Surveillance, Access Control, Biometrics, Intrusion Alarm, Intercom/Video Doorphone, Home Automation and other fields relevant to electronic security.

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Enhanced Situational Awareness with 360° Cameras

The requirement for 360-degree surveillance is growing. The overall 360-degree solution is more than numbers of cameras as even with hundreds of cameras there can still be blind spots. It is about total situational awareness. While whole physical security rapidly migrates to high definition, there is also an increasing emphasis around total situational awareness.

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Editor's Note A business that values added value

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appy year of horse and may you gallop all the way to success, love, happiness, and good health! Numbers of the ASEAN middle class are increasing fast. They are not just a lot in quantity but also optimistic. Fast food empire, McDonald’s, just opened its first restaurant in HCM City, Vietnam. Philippine Seven Corp, local franchisor of 7-Elevenis doubling its current store network of 1,000 in Philippines by 2015. Swedish furniture giant IKEA is soon to open outlet in Penang, let along Ace Hardware Indonesia, a home furniture and appliances retailer, just spent $25 million to finance the expansion of its network. These staggering numbers of stores have shown that ASEAN continues to be a key market for retail and this region will continue to gain importance to Asia and the global economy. The question is, are your solution ready to cater to the unique needs of retail stores beyond security as bonuses? Network solutions is changing how the security business is done, it is becoming more and more service-oriented, just like retail and hospitality. From planning to after sales, solution providers need to be involved every step of the way, as users have varying needs and degrees of technical understanding. One of the key differentiators for players is, therefore, their ability to provide what others cannot, have not thought of, or not fast-executing. Our cover story this month brings you Chuango’s new dynamics to the modern home. Market Dynamics focuses on Indonesia and sizable opportunities. As for other popular columns, this issue’s Product Exploration features how 360° cameras change security perspective and revolutionize retails, and Vertical Solutions on not-your-tradition school applications.

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o you know the QR code on the bottom side of the right-hand page can be scanned, which leads you directly to our web portal? Take a look and email me which countries in Southeast Asia and what vertical segments interest you most and why. First 10 to get free giveaways! Tevin Wang tevin.wang@newera.messefrankfurt.com

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ocal businesses in emerging markets have yet to value security elements as solutions for operation improvements. What are some ways to make security a business necessity that does more than protection? Speak up and be heard on a&s! Brand appreciation starts with communication! Ariel Chao ariel.chao@newera.messefrankfurt.com

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Project Tracking MALAYSIA

Commercial & Residential Buildings Scale: $15 billion township project The Employees Provident Fund's unit, Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd, will call for tenders in February for the development of its $15 billion township project in Sungai Buloh, Selangor. There has been huge response to the 932ha project. "We intend to work with the best," said Kwasa Land managing director Mohd Lotfy Mohd Noh, adding that the master plan for the township, to be called Kwasa Damansara, has been submitted to the Selangor state government for evaluation and approval. The 1st parcel of 25.6ha will be developed into a modern state-of-the-art town center and transport hub, in partnership with Tier 1 developers, with a paid-up capital or shareholders fund of at least $303 million. The town centre will comprise 70% commercial and 30% residential components. Besides the town center, residential developments of 4ha to 5ha each will be tendered out to Tier 2 and Tier 3 Bumiputera developers.

Manufacturing & Transportation The road to making Malaysia a regional automotive hub for energy efficient vehicles (EEV) will be kicked off by giving out manufacturing licenses for EEVs without any restrictions. International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the government hopes to approve 3 to 4 manufacturing licenses for EEVs by 2018. Manufacturing licenses for vehicles with a capacity of 1.8 liters and below were previously frozen. Based on this vision, about 85% of vehicles produced in Malaysia in 2020 will be EEVs. The NAP 2014 will also provide customized incentives for both foreign direct investment and domestic direct investment such as pioneer status and investment tax allowance; grants for research and development and training; infrastructure facilitation; lower taxes and expatriates. The exemption will be extended until Dec 31, 2015 for hybrids and Dec 31, 2017 for EV.

Oil & Gas Scale: Upstream oil & gas engineering services, including front-end engineering design and detailed design works Petroliam Nasional Bhd's (Petronas) unit Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd has awarded a 5-year umbrella contract to 4 local engineering services contractors to undertake the design and engineering services for its facilities in the oil and gas industry. The companies are Technip Consultant (M) Sdn Bhd, Perunding Ranhill Worley Sdn Bhd, RNZ Integrated (M) Sdn Bhd and MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Bhd. Petronas said the scope of the contract, which commenced last September, covers domestic upstream oil and gas engineering services, including front-end engineering design and detailed design works.

TAIWAN Airport Scale: $1.3B makeover program Scheduled Completion: 2020 The Department of Urban Development of the Taipei City Government (DUD) announced its plans to renovate and expand the Taipei Songshan Airport, in an attempt to raise the capital's commercial profile internationally. The project will be overseen by the DUD, along with the Taipei City Government and the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, and it is expected to attract an estimated $ 1.3 billion in investments. Preliminary plans indicate that the project has been segregated into 4 zones. Most notably, Zone B, the current site of the Civil Aeronautics Administration's (CAA) and Aviation Police Office's main buildings, will provide the setting for exhibition and conference venues, hotels, shopping malls and commercial space, said the DUD.

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Project Tracking KOREA

Infrastructure Scale: $1.5 billion investment Scheduled Completion: 2020 Korean government had put out a blue print to make Korea into a strong 5G network country by 2020. Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIFP) had announced “Creative 5G Mobile Strategy” to create more jobs and improve ICT industry and related businesses. MSIFP views that it will cost both the civilian and the government about $1.5 billion as the investment budget for the next 7 years till 2020. 5G technology is 1,000 times faster than 4G LTE. While it takes about 40 seconds to download 800MB size movie with LTE, it only takes a second for 5G. MSIFP will develop the 5 core services first and then move onto the commercializing stage. They are pursuing after future SNS, 3D mobile videos, intellectual services, ultra high speed services, UHD/Hologram technology developments for the core services.

Airport Scale: Conveyor belt length of around 42 km Scheduled Completion: Sep. 2017 Siemens, together with the Korean company Posco, has been awarded the contract for a baggage handling system in the new Terminal 2 of Incheon Airport. The contract covers the layout, engineering, assembly, commissioning, and integration of the system, as well as connecting it to the existing baggage handling system. Completion is planned in September 2017 in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Siemens will supply a complete baggage handling system for the new terminal. Included in the system to be supplied by Siemens is the installation of 14 make-up carousels as well as 18 laterals for final sortation, over 216 check-in counters for the departures area, and 10 baggage carousels in the arrivals area.

THE PHILIPPINES Commercial & Residential Buildings Scale: Over 1,000 hectares of land worth $1.6 billion Tender Deadline: End of 2014 THE BASES Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) expects to bid out more than 1,000 hectares of land worth a total of $1.6 billion this year: • 1,300 hectares in Clark Green City, Pampanga, worth $581 million; • 33.5 hectares in Bonifacio South Pointe, Taguig City, worth $803 million; • 16 hectares in Poro Point, La Union, worth $44 million; • 7.2 hectares of former military camps in Metro Manila worth $77 million; and • 12 hectares of special economic zones worth $151 million. BCDA is the agency entrusted with the management and sale of former military lands.

Transportation Scale: Station near the Trinoma Mall in North Ave worth $1.5 billion Tender Deadline: 1st half of 2014 The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is set to bid out the contract for the construction of the common station near the Trinoma Mall in North Ave. to connect the Light Rail Transit (LRT) and the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) systems within the first half of the year. The DOTC is looking at completing the bidding and awarding of the contract for the project within the 1st half of the year so that construction would start in the 3rd quarter. It hopes to complete the proposed common station by Q3 2015. The project would involve a turn-back system between the SM North EDSA and Trinoma malls to serve as an area where trains would maneuver to change directions.

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INDONESIA Infrastructure Scale: $39 billion Infrastructure spending in Indonesia may total $39 billion this year. The state budget would contribute $17 billion to the total spending, followed by contributions from regional governments, investment from state enterprises and the private sector with $8.6 billion, $7.5 billion and $5.6 billion, respectively. Indonesia has more than 106,000 units of heavy equipment, but more than 70,000 of them are located in the greater Jakarta area. From the total 117,000 contractors, more than 40% are based in Java. The small number of certified professionals in the sector adds to the ministry’s concerns with only 400,000 having any kind of certification out of a total workforce of some 6.9 million.

IT $16.8 billion International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts IT spending this year is expected to hit $16.8 billion, 12.5% this year (13% in 2013). Banking and financial services companies — typically one of the biggest spenders on IT — are not increasing their spending. However, new companies that spend on IT for the first time will support growth. The manufacturing and retail industries are among those with many new spenders. However, as cost efficiency is important amid an economic slowdown, most Indonesian companies will seek a way to obtain optimum results from their investments.

Manufacturing Scale: $1.1 billion Scheduled Completion: End of 2018 Korea’s Hankook Tire is making an additional investment of $358 million, into its Indonesian plant as it seeks to continue its expansion in Indonesia. The investment will be made throughout the course of the next 2 years, and will be used for facility improvement. Hankook Tire Indonesia inaugurated its factory in Cikarang, West Java, last September with an initial investment of $353 million. The plant was built on a 60-hectare area of land where the company plans to reach production capacity of 6 million tires a year. The company planned to invest up to $1.1 billion in Indonesia through 2018.

THAILAND Airport Scale: An 8h apron for large aircraft, expanding the international arrival hall and domestic departure hall, improving toilets Scheduled Completion: 2019 Chiang Mai airport is embarking on an upgrade to cope with surging traffic demand from China. The upgrade, estimated to cost over $3 million, includes adding an 8h apron for large aircraft, expanding the international arrival hall and domestic departure hall, improving toilets and creating an Otop center. The work is expected to be carried out this year as the airport plans to de-bottleneck its facility to deal with rising passenger and aircraft traffic, said Lukchai Chaleoyprach, the airport's GM.

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Products of the Month

3D Recognition Matures Gradually The ultimate goal of computer/machine vision is to identify a person as easily and accurately as humans identify each other. The industry strives to improve the 3D algorithms of human face recognition and fingerprint identification to address the common problems of regular 2D recognition, such as lighting and angle, to meet the requirements for high-level security.

KEY FEATURES

Artec ID Broadway 3D BR Face Recognition The Broadway 3D BR is composed of three key components —Broadway 3D camera, Broadway 3D docking station, and Broadway computing unit with pre-installed security software. The camera represents a 3D scanner that obtains high-quality 3D measurements of human faces and bodies in a real-time video mode. The docking station provides fully functional interaction with third-party equipment via Relay and Wiegand interface. The software on the computing unit processes the acquired surfaces and generates a biometric template, which is saved for further user identification. The Broadway 3D BR is a great tool to evaluate a new generation biometric shield for banks, offices, corporate buildings, airports, casinos, and other facilities that require an enhanced level of security. ■

Animetrics FaceR Identity Management Solution The Animetrics FaceR Identity Management System (FIMS) is a centralized storage and management system for advanced 3D facial recognition powered by Animetrics’ FaceR technology. Leveraging Animetrics’ patented FACEngine 2D to 3D facial recognition technology and Web- or cloud-based service architecture, FIMS makes these 3D facial “signatures” for identification purposes available to credentialed users via any mobile or fixed digital device with Internet connectivity. It allows military intelligence, law enforcement, and homeland security professionals to deploy a facial identity management solution. ■

•Registration time within 2 secs •Recognition time within 1 sec •Operating distance ranges from 800 to 1600mm •3D measurements of human face •Wide-field-of-view 3D sensor; real-time 3D video •Operating temperature ranges from 10° C to 35° C

Supplier: Artec ID URL: www.artecid.com

KEY FEATURES •Advanced 3D facial recognition for smartphones and web-connected digital devices •Real-time, in-field ID processing •Real-time watch list search •Advanced face biometrics for uncontrolled and low-resolution facial imagery •Forensic analysis and comparative tools to analyze and match single/multiple facial images in 2D/3D modes

Supplier: VideoIQ URL: www.videoiq.com

KEY FEATURES

TBS 3D Enroll Touchless Fingerprinting TBS 3D fingerprinting provides 3D and contact-free sensor for enrollment and generation of templates in connection with a PC. ■

•3D touchless technology •Access control, T&A, civil ID •Nail-to-nail images •Quality assessment and duplicate check •Identification for large data bases •Hygienic for sensitive applications

Supplier: Touchless Biometric Systems (TBS) URL: www.tbs-biometrics.com

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Cover Story

Bringing New Dynamics to the Modern Adhering to its promise of “security and innovation” and commitment to fulfilling user requirements, Chuango Security Technology fuses technology and design into people-oriented products to provide easy-to-use smart home solutions to residential and recreational property owners worldwide. By Tevin Wang

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ffordability and usability used to plague the home automation (HA) market. HA devices and systems were either too expensive for most people to set up in the past, or too difficult to manage. Not anymore, as the smart home industry is undergoing a dramatic makeover. While smart devices are revolutionizing everyone’s life, so are savvy little devices like speakers, switches, alarm panels, thermostats, and even smoke detectors. The

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market is ready and poised for bigger growth as technology is advancing quickly, while consumers are adopting new technology faster than ever. “It’s exciting to see HA getting so much attention, with industry's largest recognizing the great potential. At CES this year, we saw a tidal wave of wearable gadgets from Sony, Samsung, Nike and many more,” said Ken Li, CEO of Chuango Security Technology. “Chuango is dedicated to creating 'conscious'

When we say we want the best for our customers, we deliver.

homes,” Li said. “To take a truly important device that had had no great innovation and make that device really, really great.” Behind this is a grander vision, with even bigger implications: many devices sensing the environment, talking to one another, and doing our bidding unprompted. When Chuango began making security alarm and HA solutions some 13 years ago, it operated mostly as an original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, supplying to importers/resellers and alarm-monitoring companies in Europe and the U.S. Then came 2013, a milestone that propelled Chuango to the road of branding: the G5 GSM/SMS RFID Touch Alarm System won the intruder alarm or exterior deterrent product of the year at Ifsec & Firex Award 2013. ”Winning this prestigious award certainly means a lot to us as it recognizes our commitment and continuous dedication to providing innovative solutions to our customers,” said Li. “For the show’s 40-year history, the category award winner has never been an Asian brand, nada. I believe our young, energetic and creative team will continue to spice things up in the industry and markets worldwide.” After stealing the show, the company swiftly shifted its business model and focus to introduce more private-label and branded

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At the moment, Western Europe and the U.S. are Chuango’s biggest revenue contributors, and “emerging” markets such as East Asia, ANZ, Russia and CIS, the Middle East, Africa and LatAm are just ripe for further business development. CeO Of ChuangO

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TUNITY ICULTY Indonesia is now Southeast Asia’s largest economy after a decade of rigid reforms on fiscal systems and a stabilized democratic governance. The world acknowledges Indonesia as a MINT1 and VIP2 country worthy of investments, but Indonesia is also a member of the Fragile Five3 vulnerable to the instability of foreign capitals. 2014 will be a pivotal year for Indonesia as its economy is flanked by the global economic slowdown externally and elections and policy changes internally. Nevertheless, the upbeat investment climate is sustained by the country’s competitive edges, and projects in various verticals bode well for the security and safety segment. BY ARIEL CHAO

1. MINT countries: Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey 2. VIP countries: Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines 3. Fragile Five: Brazil, Indonesia, India, Turkey, and South Africa

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us$878 Country BaCkground Indonesia has maintained a strong gross domestic product growth (GDP) that averaged at around 6% throughout the past three years, according to the World Bank. The main drivers for such growth include a strong domestic consumerdriven market contributing more than 55% of the country’s GDP, and the large amounts of foreign investment inflows across sectors. Indonesia has become one of world’s top choices of production-base for its abundant resources, young working population, and a relatively stable political environment. According to Indonesia’s Ministry of Economics, the investment in Indonesia grew 27% in 2013 to $ 33 billion, and approximately $ 22.5 billion was foreign investment while the rest domestic. Foreign investments are mostly found in sectors such as mining, transportation, and manufacturing. The government has also announced that there will be an increased level of approval for investments in airports, power plants, toll roads, and pharmaceutical industries. However, because of the heavy reliance on foreign capitals, Indonesia is categorized in the Fragile Five countries that can be thrown off the balance by the emigration of foreign funds back to the U.S. in search of higher returns due to the tapering of quantitative easing (QE). Hence, for the outlook of Indonesia in 2014, the World Bank holds a relatively conservative attitude and expects the growth rate at 5.3%. The Indonesian government on the other hand, expresses more optimism, and aims to achieve a 5.8 to 6.1% growth because of the good control of debt-to-GDP ratio and a growing middle class. Of the G-20 countries, Indonesia is the third fastest- growing member following China and India. It is predicted that Indonesia will move up to the second place by 2020. Indonesia is a market-based economy where both state-owned enterprises (SOE)

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and private conglomerates play important roles. Through the government’s effort to quickly implement a “pro-growth, pro-poor, pro-employment” program since 2004, there has been increased level of investment and innovation to help development and employment in multiple sectors such as energy, palm oil, mining, expansion of broadband internet, infrastructures including toll motorways, and manufacturing factories— the expansions further attract substantial implementation of robust security solutions to safeguard the facilities. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity— Indonesia faces all kinds of challenges from terrorist attacks, poor infrastructures, to QE tapering. These challenges are not necessary the push factors that drive foreign investments away; rather, they are pulling in investments to the country.

Internal Challenges

for achieving equilibrium between Islamic culture and democracy. However, the democracy is subjected to much political interferences in the judicial system that undermine the enforcement of law and economic growth. According to the Index of Economic Freedom by the Heritage organization, Indonesia’s economic freedom is skewed towards the “mostly unfree” side, for its vulnerabilities of corruption, weak law enforcement, and licensing restraints on foreign investment among others. To allow more freedom for foreign investments, the Indonesian government is in debate to raise the foreign ownership limits in various verticals that were once only allowed for domestic ownerships such as management of seaports and airports, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, or raising the ceiling for foreign ownerships such as hospitals.

Dynamic Culture, Complex Market

Terrorism Down, Tourism Up

Given Indonesia consists of more than 1,700 islands and the world’s 4th largest population with more than 300 ethnic groups, understanding the dynamic cultures that co-exist in the country is crucial for tailoring the right market strategy and best utilizing the sales force to generate a good return of investment (ROI). Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim-majority constitutional democracy in the world. The country is appraised

Separatist movements and interreligious violence have long been active in Indonesia. It was not until the devastating Bali bombing in 2002 that killed 202 people was the Indonesian government forced to treat terrorism on an international level. In the wake of the bombing, Special Detachment 88— counter-terrorism squad was formed in 2003 under funding from the U.S. and Australia, fighting terror against various radical groups, especially

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sizable Indonesia, sizable opportunity Indonesia holds the titles of several “largest” things: the world’s largest archipelago, the largest Muslim populace in a country, the largest economy in Southeast Asia, and largest palm oil production. Also, Indonesia is to be the largest gasoline importer by 2018, topping the U.S as the main influencer of global gasoline market, predicted Wood Mackenzine, a global energy think tank. Each of these largest things is a source of great investment opportunities, and brings about upgrades and new installations of security and safety solutions. BY ARIEL CHAO

Affluent consumers demAnd for sAfety What supports the largest economy in Southeast Asia is the domestic market made up of 246.9 million people. According to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), about 74 million population is considered to be middleclass and affluent consumers (MCAs), and the number is expected to grow two-folds by 2020; by then, the Java Island alone will have more MCAs than the entire Thailand. The report also pointed out that the buying behavior of the MCAs has moved beyond life necessities, and there is more spending in products that add more convenience and comfort to everyday life. According to Statistics Indonesia, risks of citizens becoming crime victims have risen from 93 to 149 per 100,000 people since 2003 to 2011. Hence, there is a rising awareness of

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using security systems to deter crime, ensure personal safety, and protect valuables and assets, observed Doris Hiwakari, Channel Partners Account Manager, Indonesia Schneider Electric. Doris Hiwakari, Channel Partners Account Manager, Indonesia, Pelco by Schneider Electric

“Now, a lot of Indonesian people protect their homes at least with one of the security products. The most preferred picks are surveillance cameras. But the selling of the alarm is also on to a steady rise.” Hiwakari said that with regulations ordering commercial

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and government buildings to be equipped with security systems, the focus verticals for security growth will also include business buildings, hotels, apartments, and hospitals. “However, the awareness of using security systems for 'management' is still low, and a lot of people would choose cheap security systems just to fulfill regulation, but not consider the image quality or the real value of having a security system as a tool to efficiently manage business operations. We work hard with our local partners to demonstrate to Indonesia how our advanced solutions can do


Vertical Solutions

School Security: Beyond a Duty of Care Schools in Southeast Asia are fairly safe, compared with constant school shootings in the US. While demands and spending for security equipment among Asian public schools are fairly low, security providers need to look for practical ways to make every cent count by offering solutions with added values and great benefits. By Tevin Wang

No one left behind: Let's enhance school children's safety!

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n Asia, acceptance for video surveillance depends on country-specific preferences. For instance, in some countries such as Taiwan, teachers and students do not like being watched in class, while in China and Thailand, it is quite common to see cameras installed in classrooms. Video surveillance in China is installed not only to enhance campus security but to prevent academic dishonesty as well. Surveillance cameras are installed in 60,000 test centers in China to prevent students from cheating on the national college entrance exam. Each test center is equipped with four surveillance cameras. Classrooms in Thailand install cameras for a different reason — to cope with the challenges of insufficient teachers with multimedia classrooms. “It is worth to mention that in Asian countries, the remote monitoring service provided by private schools such as kindergartens and infant daycare centers is on the rise,” said William Ku, VP, International Business Division, VIVOTEK. “The parents are able to monitoring their children’s activities and interaction with teachers and the peer in class anytime anywhere via the mobile surveillance application.”

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u s i n e s s i s b o o m i n g fo r new types of controls are needed. A bogus degree certificates. As digital signature serves as the virtual this lucrative black market equivalent of a wet ink signature, produces increasingly “high verifying not only that the information quality” counterfeit documents originated with the signer, but also that with exceptional attention to detail Jim Yip, Regional it has not since been altered. Marketing Director and remarkable similarity to the Asia Pacific, Thales The security of the e-Scroll depends e-Security genuine article - academic institutions on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) – a across the world are faced with a technology that is already widely used major challenge. How can they safeguard their across many areas. Governments across the reputation by ensuring the credibility and world depend on it to protect documents such authenticity of the certificates awarded to their as the e-passport, while financial institutions students? use it to secure financial transactions and The majority of universities worldwide online banking. It underpins the security of currently issue paper certificates, which are the consumer technology world, supporting relatively simple to forge, and can be near authentication of smart phones, tablets and impossible for the employer to verify – a deadly games, and is the very foundation of secure combination for education fraud. The University e-commerce. PKI stretches far beyond user IDs of Malaya has taken a proactive and innovative and passwords, and indeed electronic versions approach to tackling this problem, working with of traditional signatures. A digital signature is Thales to pioneer the e-Scroll. This digital degree generated and authenticated by public key is digitally signed and timestamped, allowing it encryption, creating unique credentials that to be authenticated online. can be validated beyond reasonable doubt and The concept of a signature as a means to crucially, on a mass scale. establish the authenticity of documents has Using a special purpose software program, the been with us for centuries. However, as paper university converts each student’s particulars is steadily replaced by electronic documents, and credentials into an Adobe PDF e-Scroll

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As paper is steadily replaced by electronic documents, new types of controls are needed.

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Vertical Solutions

School Security: no child Left Behind Despite a fairly safe school environment in Southeast Asia, criminals thrive on indulgence of society's understanding. QUESTEK from Vietnam share with us its opinions on Vietnamese school security and safety. By Tevin Wang

increaSeD concernS

Bigger DemanD from KinDergarten & Primary

a&s Asia: Are you seeing schools/education a potential market in Vietnam? I mean, due to school budget and low crime in school, would schools in Vietnam invest much in security cameras? Mr. Bryan Ha:

Trends in Vietnamese Surveillance Market • Migration demands from Analog cameras to IP cameras • Surveillance cameras are not only used in big projects, they are gaining attentions in households, schools, supermarkets, and many more • Price is more and more reasonable and affordable, which heated competitions. • Companies that are able to provide [latest] solutions and [bundled] solutions prevail.

The schools/education is a quite potential market in Vietnam, but it’s not about security concerns. It’s about management concerns as our assessment. We divide school system into 2 groups: The first one is higher education. For high school/ college, the equipping camera is necessary because of the campus is large and number of students crowded. However, the budget is limited, the low crime rate, so Analog cameras are mainly equipped in public areas such as school gates, playground, library, swimming pool, hallway... Another one is primary schools. For kindergarten/primary schools,

The Vietnamese security market has no regulations/privacy concerns relating to surveillance or emergency announcement systems at this time.

Bryan Ha, CEO of QUESTEK Vina

the demand is bigger. There are many reasons for that. Beside the security reason, parents want to be assured of their children's accommodation and entertainment. Smartphones and internet are quite common in Vietnam nowadays, so, depending on the school budget, these schools will set up IP camera system to make sure the parents can observe their children online in any activities.

Security not manDatory

a&s Asia: What are some regulations/privacy concerns relating to surveillance or emergency announcement systems in your country/Asia? Mr. Bryan Ha:

QUESTEK is one of the main sponsors for the project named “funding 20,000 network Cameras for kindergartens and elementary schools”. This project that is the first and biggest project is deployed on a large scale ever in Vietnam.As a leading provider of security solutions in Vietnamese security market – QUESTEK offers solutions that are suitable for schools. Each kindergarten/elementary school will deploy a high speed internet connection and our network camera QTX-9411NKZC will be equipped at important locations such as entrances, playgrounds, dining room, and more. The images will be transmitted to a central server while smartphone app is available on iOS, Windows Phone, Android. Each parent will be given a separate user account to ensure privacy and security. Through these accounts, the parents can use any smart device to watch their children in any activities anytime anywhere.

Care for more school applications in Vietnam? Come to Secutech Vietnam from 20 to 22 August, 2014!

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Enhanced Situational Awareness with Cameras By Tevin Wang

What to Expect in 2014 Some manufacturers are launching day-night fisheye cameras for 24-hour coverage. Also, they can be deployed outdoors. The goal is to allow fisheye cameras not to be limited to indoor installations but to wider outdoor areas.

360째

The requirement for 360-degree surveillance is growing. The overall 360-degree solution is more than numbers of cameras as even with hundreds of cameras there can still be blind spots. It is about total situational awareness. While whole physical security rapidly migrates to high definition, there is also an increasing emphasis around total situational awareness.

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60-degree cameras have been around for years, but real-life adoption used to be limited. Two reasons for slow uptake were a limited number of fisheye offerings plus a limited amount of VMS integration. Things are changing as more camera manufacturers and management software providers pay more attention to fisheye optics and its benefits.

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What to ExpEct A 360-degree solution does help enhance situational awareness. However, 360-degree cameras are not a cure-all for fixed or PTZ cameras in every scenario. It is important to understand what to get and what not from these cameras. For instance, fixed cameras, however mounted, cover narrow fields of view and multiple cameras are required to give adequate coverage of wide

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AMG Group

Sara Bullock, International sales and Marketing Director Latest specs, features to expect in 2014: •Higher MPX cameras - next level will be 9 MPX. •Greater analytical capabilities this will be driven by the demand in the Retails sector •Additional partner integration i.e. for things like motion detection •Larger on-board storage capacity •Better frame rates with the newer chips that are coming out.

Arecont Vision

Becky Zhou, Vice President of Sales, Asia Pacific

In Asia, especially in China, there is no panoramic camera standard now, while the government is focusing on the frame rate (they demanded that it need to be 25fps). We need to increase the frame rate of our panoramic cameras and continue to educate customers regarding the benefits of panoramic-view cameras which lower the total cost or ownership (TCO) because fewer cameras are needed, while improving the return on investment (ROI) due to a reduction in management costs.

Axis Communications

Petra Bennermark, Product Manager

The AXIS M3007-PV features a wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel sensor offering multiple viewing modes such as 360-degree overview and dewarped views including panorama, double panorama and quad views (simulating four different cameras). Quad view is an ideal solution when a camera is positioned at an intersection of corridors. It provides four individually cropped out and dewarped view areas where users can digitally pan, tilt and zoom in on areas of interest. The AXIS P5544 introduces a new concept as it combines a mechanical pan/tilt/zoom dome with a wide-angle lens converter, giving users two viewing modes: a 360-degree overview mode and a normal mode with views of up to 18x optical zoom.

Sony Electronics

Hideo Miyamaki, Senior Manager, Visual Security Solutions Business Development Office APAC I believe businesses would want to have a 360 degree camera that is able to deliver higher resolutions, and this would be something that we will be working on for 2014.

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Up till now, 360 degree cameras have been typically used under indoor conditions. However, security needs are ever changing and we are now working on making it suitable for outdoor setting as well, allowing businesses to cover wide outdoor areas and key infrastructures with the use of less security cameras.

Surveon Technology

Aaron Yeh, Director

• Improved low-light performance for Full HD cameras • Improved HDR for Full HD cameras (Most cameras now feature digital WDR, and should migrate to HDR this year) • Higher resolution (3M and 4M) cameras will be released, with enhanced performance of frame rate (currently 20 FPS; move to 30 FPS in 2014) • Price-competitive 2M cameras will be released and expected to be the mainstream. • Specialized cameras with two lenses, two sensors with enhanced 180 /360-degree performance. • Improved image quality for 360-degree cameras (Most 360° cameras now use the poor sensitivity image sensors).

VIVOTEK

William Ku, VP, International Business Division

• 5-Megapixel CMOS Sensor • 1.1 mm Fisheye Lens for 180-degree Panoramic View and 360-degree Surround View • EN50155 Compliance for Professional Mobile Surveillance • WDR Enhancement for Unparalleled Visibility in Extremely Bright or Dark Environments • Vandal-proof IK10-rated and Weather-proof IP66-rated Housing • ePTZ for Data Efficiency • Pixel Counter for Image Clarity Measurement • Support Local or Client Side Dewarping • Video Content Analysis Function, including people counting, field detection, trip wire.

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when to staff. Stores can compare this information with the number of sales and adjust work schedules to ensure proper staffing for better customer service. The entire solution is beyond security system and evolves thereby as a management tool to optimize operations.

More than POS Integration Management efficiencies can also be delivered through security aiding business systems. Via the integration of point of sale (POS) systems with surveillance systems, comprehensive and actionable information can thus be gathered. For example, there is a great tendency that more loss at the register than internal and external theft combined. These losses might not always be intentional, they can be generated from mis-scans on bar codes or ringing up a single item when it should be multiple. If the POS improperly registers these incidents, it's a loss. The integration of 360-degree cameras and POS can correlate transactions from cash registers with the video monitoring. The combo also allows centralized management so all system administration can be undertaken from the headquarters while each store manager can leave the investigative work to central control and focus time on the daily management of the local store instead. Still store managers do have access to video evidence so that it can

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be used in connection with events such as shoplifting or payment disputes

Other ApplicAtiOns “The best uses for panoramic is in which have a very large space to cover with minimum mounting points, for example, parking lots, campus quads and lecture halls, cafeterias and building lobbies, large industrial spaces, large retail space and storage yards,” said Becky Zhou, VP of Sales, Asia Pacific, Arecont Vision. “Compared with traditional monitoring, at those areas, we can use least camera and see the largest space. And as our panoramic camera has highest resolution (40MP), we can see the detail clearly. In some entrances, we can use the WDR panoramic camera, which can show the perfect panoramic image.”

Image courtesy: i3 International

instAllAtiOn tips As 360-degree cameras change the perspectives for security personnel who “see” video, installers should pay closer attention when deploying them. First, Installers must be conscious of where the camera is being mounted and of what type of material they are mounting a camera on. As certain 360-degree cameras are designed to blend into the decor and need to be mounted at harder ceiling material like drywall or sheetrock, plenum space where air circulation is used might not be a good option. In other word, aesthetics play an important part in many

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the integration of 360˚ cameras and pOs can correlate transactions from cash registers with the video monitoring.

installations, especially when mounted at eye level or just above eye level in a wall. Since a 360-degree camera covers a wide area in all directions, ceiling or mounting height is important and cameras should be positioned strategically to provide the best coverage for the area. Apart from this, how the camera is going to be powered with PoE and how it would connect to the management network should be given some thought. Due to possible resolution drop at the edge T-shirt...$50 Skirt....$12 Void...$12 lens, user should make the area of fisheye Pants....$14 of interest the center of the image. Thus, the height and location for installation should be carefully considered. Another consideration for installing 360-degree cameras is light variations in a given scene with such a large field of view. Very bright lights often blow out a scene or create lots of shadows, and many 360-degree cameras cannot pick up information because the image is either too dark or too bright. The brightest and darkest areas will be a challenge for the camera to resolve. Installers should consider the entire scene when placing a camera — how much light will be visible and what in your scene is important to see for total situational awareness. When a 360-degree camera is installed under a bright environment which uses lamps with low frequency, flicker might occur. Low light sensitivity of 360-degree cameras should be put into agenda, and “the monitoring area better have sufficient lighting,” recommended Aaron Yeh, Director at Surveon Technology.

If you have any 360-degree installation tips and/or stories you want to share with us, please send them to tevin.wang@newera. messefrankfurt.com I’d love to hear them!

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Arecont Vision surroundVideo oMni cAMerAs Arecont Vision’s new SurroundVideo Omni Cameras feature four multi-megapixel sensors that can be individually adjusted to capture different fields of view within a full 360° range. This allows a single camera to provide detailed coverage of a wide area including the ability to provide views directly under the camera or multiple fields of view using a variety of different lens options. The added versatility provided by SurroundVideo® Omni Cameras can replace the need for multiple cameras and reduces overall system costs. Arecont Vision’s new SurroundVideo Omni Cameras will be are available in 5 megapixel (MP), 8MP, 12MP and 20MP configurations. For added versatility, the low-profile cameras will have multiple lens options available from 2.8mm up to 16mm. Arecont Vision, APAC / China Email: apac.sales@arecontvision.com

eoc iP1080-s EOC’s iP1080-S is a Hemispheric Panoramic Network Camera that surveillance 360°. One can see not only normal divided layout view but also 180°/360° panoramic view. It suppor t HD Resolution MAX 1 9 2 0 x 1 0 8 0 @ 3 0 f p s , O n v i f, D u a l Streaming by H.264, MJPEG. It has some image improvement functions Natural WDR, De-Fog, LSC, DPC, AGC, AE, AWB, 2D/3DNR. And EOC offer 16ch FREE Bundle Software that available Live View, Record, Playback and other powerful functions. EOC / Korea Email: sales@eoctech.net

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YounGkook PAs PAS (Panoramic Auto-Tracking Speed dome Camera, 1.3M/2M)is a unification camera system of a fixed camera and a PTZ camera. It can perform two functions at the same time for entire monitoring and auto-tracking. And it is possible to detect simultaneously up to 10 moving objects. It has a substitution effect of 3 ordinary cameras at the monitoring area so it is more economical than other systems. Youngkook Electronics / Korea Email: Youngkook@youngkook.com

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Product Exploration

AMG PAnocAM360 5 mega pixel camera, fully-featured intelligent security camera based on AMG-Panogenics' powerful digital imaging processing offering the very latest in surveillance capability from a camera with absolutely no moving parts. All image processing carried out on board. Enables generation of multiple images including panoramas and de-warped 'views' of different areas, while maintaining a high-resolution overview for constant no-hiding-place surveillance and recording. Full Hi-Res 360˚ image stream for post-event analysis. Up to 14 live panoramic and ePTZ streams whilst simultaneously recording the full scene. Integrated with a wide range of market leading VMS solutions. AMG Systems / UK Email: sales@amgsystems.com

MoBotiX HeMisPHeric Q25 The MOBOTIX Hemispheric Q25 is a high-resolution, weatherproof camera designed for scalable installation and application compatibility. The continuous 360º pan/tilt/zoom feature provides maximum area coverage without camera movement, while the new 5MP MxActivitySensor technology extends up to 30 fps for optimal playback options. The sensors' low light visibility and reduced motion blur further enhance footage quality. The Q25 comes equipped with built-in DVR that stores up to 64GB of data for long-term viewing and storage purposes. Also included are cutting edge microphone, speaker and MxBus technologies to enrich video quality and glean better situational intelligence. MOBOTIX Japan / Japan Email:us-info@mobotix.com

sonY snc-HM662 The SNC-HM662 features a 360-degree panomorph lens and is certified as an ImmerVision Enables solution. ImmerVision technology generates clearer images and provides more pixels at the edge of a frame for better clarity and resolution towards the edge of the lens, compared to traditional fisheye lenses. This outstanding camera is also optimized to maximize the sensor coverage, resulting in a higher resolution where necessary. These features combined make the camera an ideal choice for a panoramic overview. It also supports fast, responsive ePTZ and 11 different viewing modes through the Sony Web viewer. Sony Electronics Asia Pacific / Singapore Email: Pro.info@ap.sony.com

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New Products Video Surveillance Marss IPV-7011RV Bullet Camera Features: • Features up to 1.3-megapixel resolution • H.264 real-time video and MJPEG compression • Varifocal lens • IR LEDs up to 30m • Supports onboard storage • IP66 ■ Marss/Italy ■ Email: info@marss.eu

WEBGATE HDC400F Full-Frame Recording/ Playback HD-SDI DVR

Features: • A4-sized compact HD-SDI DVR • 4 channels, 120/100fps at HD 1,080p recording and playback • High resolution over 1200TVL at live monitoring and playback • Dual encoding and multi-stream for CMS, various browsers, and mobiles • Up to 2 internal SATA type HDDs • Lightning arrestor on HD-SDI, RS485, DIO ports, etc • Bundle CMS program managing up to 1,024 DVRs in various ways ■ WEBGATE/Korea ■ Email: sales@webgateinc.com

WatchCam 3CH Multiview Dome Camera Features: • 410K, 600TVL high resolution • Wide lens 2.4mm x 1, Tele 12mm x 2 • Three-axis mounting, three-way surveillance available • One cable wiring for three cameras • Full screen, PIP, and auto sequence • RS-485 control available ■ WatchCam/Korea ■ Email: pj@watchcam.co.kr

Minrray HD IP High Speed Positioning Camera Features: • Die-casting, extruded, and sheet aluminum with powder coating, highquality, electro-polished finish, erosion-proof, waterproof (IP66), ageproof, and sand-proof • Step motor to keep movement accurate and smooth • 360° endless pan rotation, 35° to -85° tilt movement • 255 presets, 4 preset tours, 2 patterns, zone masking function (24 zones), 4 alarms • 2MP, 1,080p full HD • ONVIF 2.2 ■ Minrray Industry/China ■ Email: sales@mingricctv.com

Revader Totem PTZ Camera

Features: • Transmits live video to a web-enabled PC and records to edge storage • Reduces unnecessary visits with 45 day/night recording • Onboard Wavestore professional VMS • Remote download and ballistics resistant • Anti-tamper: internal backup battery included as standard ■ Revadar/U.K. ■ Email: sales@revader.com

Dahua 7208/7216/7232/7264-8PNVR

Features: • Up to 8/16/32/64 channels with 1,080P real-time live view • H.264/MJPEG dual codec decoding • Max 256Mbps incoming bandwidth • HDMI/VGA simultaneous video output • 8/16/32 channel synchronous real-time preview, GRID interface • Supports multi-brand network cameras: Dahua, Arecont Vision, Axis, Bosch, Brickcom, Canon, CP Plus, Dynacolor, Honeywell, Panasonic, Pelco, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony, Videosec, VIVOTEK, etc. • ONVIF version 2.2 conformant ■ Dahua Technology/China ■ Email: overseas@dahuatech.com

Samsung SCP-2273H High Resolution 27x PTZ Dome Camera Features: • High resolution of 680TVLs • Minimum illumination 0.2 lux at F1.6 (color), 0.01 lux (B/W) • 37x zoom (3.5~129.5mm), digital 16x • True day/night (ICR), MD, and SSNRIII • Coaxial control (Pelco-C), RS-485, and 24VAC • IP66 ■ Samsung Techwin Europe/U.K. ■ Email: stesecurity@samsung.com

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IndigoVision Ultra Fixed Camera

Features: • Ultra-high resolution (5,120 x 3,840 pixels) with 35mm full-frame sensor • JPEG2000 compression providing 5K resolution at 6fps • Optional IP67 rated environmental enclosure • Professional Canon EF lenses • H.264 compression providing HD resolution overview at up to 30fps • ONVIF conformant ■ IndigoVision/U.K. ■ Email: sales@indigovision.com

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Huanghe HS9807-FB2D46-IR-POE-L series Dome Camera Features: • Support rotation (90°, 270°) • Two-axis adjustable, no blind spot surveillance • Supports 4 area privacy mask • Protection grade: IP67 • 34 IR LEDs, IR distance 30m • IR model supports auto color/BW mode converting (dual IR-cut filter)

Comart HD-SDI Camera

Features: • HD-SDI • For broadcasting and medical devices • Multi-output of HDMI, RGB, HD-SDI, and CVBS • Hirose type of power input port • Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 supported 60P/60i/50P/50i/30P/25P • HD 1,280 x 720 supported 60P/50P/30P/25P ■ ComartSystem/Korea ■ Email: sales@comartsystem.com

■ Huanghe Digital Technology/China ■ Email: sales@histream.cn

Eyevis NPX-4800-IPD32HQ IP Decoder

Features: • Ideal for universal decoding of cameras, encoders and DVRs over Video IP networks • Able to decode up to 2 ultra HD signals, 16 HD signals or 32 D1 signals • Integrates the ONVIF profile s-standard • Enables the support of more than 2,500 camera models of various manufacturers • Supports flexible individual codecs as well as customized systems

OB9987 Mini HD-SDI to HDMI Converter Features: • 1-channel HD-SDI input, 1-channel HDMI output • 2-channel SDI loop out • Miniature design, plug and play • Industrial grade, -40˚C to 74˚C • 1.485G/2.97G selectable • Supports 1,920 × 1,080P at 60Hz ■ OB Telecom Electronics/China ■ Email: overseas@obtelecom.com

■ Eyevis/Germany ■ Email: info@eyevis.de

FLIR PT Series Thermal Security Cameras

Features: • IP and analog video outputs with IP and serial control interfaces • Sun-safe VOx uncooled thermal sensor technology • Exchangeable camera cassettes • 640 x 480 resolution products based on FLIR's 17-micron pixel pitch arrays • Open IP standards for plug-and-play integration; ONVIF compliant • Available in H.264, MPEG-4, or MJPEG formats

Afidus Palm Size 2M Indoor IP Dome Features: • Full HD 1,920x1,080 resolution, max 30fps • Wide-angle fixed lens • Built-in IR LED for day and night surveillance • Supports mSD card for local storage • Supports 802.3af Power over Ethernet • Afidus cloud service, Afidus DDNS service and smart phone app ■ Afidus/Taiwan ■ Email: sales@afidus.com

■ FLIR Systems/U.S. ■ Email: sales@flir.com

Verint Nextiva V4320 IP Cameras

Qsan AegisSAN Q500 SAN Array

Features: • 96dB of WDR performance • Motorized 3 to 9mm lens with remote 3x zoom capabilities • High-definition 1,080p camera offers the latest H.264 compression • IR illuminator provides well-lit images even in complete darkness up to 25m • True day/night performance with removable IR-cut filter • Onboard audio and microSD storage

Features: • 16G/8G fiber channel and 10GbE/GbE iSCSI SAN • Dual active controllers for high availability • Fully redundant and hot-swappable modules • Multi-path and load-balancing features • Up to 256 hard drives for high scalability • USB LCM for better data security and manageability • Innovative hardware offload engines • Virtualization technologies supported ■ Qsan Technology/Taiwan ■ Email: sales@qsantechnology.com

■ Verint Systems/U.S. ■ Email: videoinfo@verint.com

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New Products Access & Alarm Assa Abloy L100 SCAND Electronic Lock Features:

• Straightforward alternative to a wired high-end access control solution • Communication from hub via RS485 bus to the online access control system • Transmits comprehensive information on door status • Burglary protection: certifications include CE, EN179, EN1125, EN12209, EN1634/1 (in progress) • No manipulation: main eletronic inside, reader outside • Tolerates extreme temperature (-40 to 65)

Honeywell IS3016A PIR Motion Sensor

Features: • Integrates End-of-Line (EOL) resistors • Flash light walk test (20 seconds) • Mirror optics • Infrared anti-mask technology • Patented PIR signal analysis solution (10,000 Lux white light immunity) • Patented look down solution ■ Honeywell Security/U.S. ■ Email: comments.security@honeywell.com

■ Assa Abloy/Sweden ■ Email: info@assaabloy.com

TDSi EXgarde PRO Version 4.2 Situation Management Solution

Features: • Reduced installation by using existing cabling to connect to the IP hub • No additional software needed • Online and real-time lock reporting • Highly cost-effective method of eliminating key control issues and securing low-risk doors • Trigger other IP-connected services via EXgarde 4.2

Bosch ISC-PPR1-W16 Professional Series PIR Detector

Features: • 16m x 21m (50ft x 70ft) coverage, selectable to 8m x 10m (25 ft x 33 ft) • EN50131-2-2 Grade 2 and VdS G107504 Class B compliant • Sensor data fusion technology • Tri-focus optics technology • Active white light suppression

■ TDSi/U.K. ■ Email: sales@tdsi.co.uk

■ Bosch Security Systems/Germany ■ Email: apr.securitysystems@bosch.com

Hundure RAC-2400N Multi Door Control Panel

Luminite BoundaryShield IR Beam Detector

Features: • Three models available (4/8/16 doors) • Built-in TCP/IP communication interface to PC and auto-learning • Stores 30,000 cardholders/80,000 events • Provides 256 time zones schedules, each day with 8 time zones • Connects with RS-485 auto-learning readers or with the slave controller ACU-100 to work with T2/Wiegand 26 readers • Integrates access control, time attendance, parking control, elevator control, and biometric application under HAMS

Features: • Works in conjunction with Genesis PIR detector system • Able to transmit alarm data to a Genesis Masthead receiver from up to 1km away • Comes with 60m or 100m detection ranges • Able to sense intruders across a 100m span • IP 65 rated, weather-proof ■ Luminite Electronics/U.K. ■ Email: info@luminite.co.uk

■ Hundure Technology/Taiwan ■ Email: overseas@hundure.com

Mobotix BellRFID Module For The IP Video Door Station

Features: • Integrated RFID technology for keyless entry • Interchangeable bell button sets • With/without function button for mailbox control • Mailbox features are easily controlled using the remote station of the door station (i.e., Mobotix App) • Free-of-charge printing service • MxBus interface and power supply

Raytec Vario W8 Series Illuminator

Features: • Infrared and white light low-voltage illuminator • Distances up to 150m • Hot-spot reduction technology (HRT) • SMT LED technology • Angles from 10° to120° • Optional VARIO remote-control interface ■ Raytec/U.K. ■ Email: sales@rayteccctv.com

■ Mobotix/Germany ■ Email: sales@mobotix.com

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ADVERTISER INDEX

*The index is provided as an additional service. *The publisher does not assume any liability for errors or omissions.

SURVEILLANCE PAGE NO.

ADVERTISER

MAJOR ITEM

COUNTRY

E-MAIL

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3S VISION

IP CAMERA / NVR / VIDEO SERVER

TAIWAN

mk@3svision.com.tw

15

AXIS COMMUNICATIONS AB

NETWORK VIDEO SOLUTIONS

SWEDEN

contact-sap@axis.com

2, 3

CNB TECHNOLOGY INC.

CCTV

KOREA

korea@cnbtec.com

7, 9

DAHUA TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

SURVEILLANCE

CHINA

overseas@dahuatech.com

10

DEEPLET TECHNOLOGY CORP.

DVR

TAIWAN

sales@deeplet.com.tw

8

EVERFOCUS ELECTRONICS CORP.

CAMERA / DVR / IP CAMERA

TAIWAN

marketing@everfocus.com.tw

1

FLIR SYSTEMS CO., LTD

SURVEILLANCE

HONG KONG

flir@flir.com.hk

33

FUZHOU FRAN M&E TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.

DOME COVER

CHINA

sales@fjsmt.com

BACK COVER

HIKVISION DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

SURVEILLANCE

CHINA

overseasbusiness@hikvision.com

49

MINRRAY INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

SPEED DOME / CAMERA

CHINA

minrray@mingricctv.com

63

OB TELECOM ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.

FIBER OPTIC TRANSCEIVER

CHINA

overseas@obtelecom.com

5

PELCO ASIA PACIFIC PTE LTD.

SURVEILLANCE

SINGAPORE

joyce.oon@schneider-electric.com

17

POWERTECH ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.

CCTV

KOREA

powercctv@powert.net

INSIDE FRONT COVER

QNAP SYSTEMS,INC.

NVR/ STORAGE

TAIWAN

nvr@qnap.com

33

SHENZHEN COMMANDER TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD

CASING

CHINA

sjw@yjdcase.com

25

TVLOGIC CO., LTD.

DVR

KOREA

yshong@tvlogic.co.kr

11

TYCO

INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS

SINGAPORE

wwtan@tycoint.com

49

XIAMEN LEADING OPTICS CO., LTD.

CCTV LENS

CHINA

sales@leadingoptics.com

ACCESS CONTROL PAGE NO.

ADVERTISER

MAJOR ITEM

COUNTRY

E-MAIL

6

HID GLOBAL

CARD, CARD READER

USA

asiasales@hidglobal.com

45

KMT CO., LTD.

ALARM

KOREA

overseas@isaso.com

4

ZKTECO INC.

BIOMETRICS

CHINA

sales@zkteco.com

INTRUSION ALARM PAGE NO.

ADVERTISER

MAJOR ITEM

COUNTRY

E-MAIL

63

CHUANGO SECURITY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

ALARM

CHINA

sales@chuango.com

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ADVERTISER

MAJOR ITEM

COUNTRY

E-MAIL

21

ETHERWAN SYSTEMS, INC.

TRANSMISSION

TAIWAN

info@etherwan.com.tw

80, INSIDE BACK COVER

WESTERN DIGITAL TAIWAN CO., LTD.

STORAGE

TAIWAN

patrick.lo@wdc.com

OTHER

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