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OPTEX to showcase smart sensing technologies for intrusion detection and business applications at INTERSEC 2015

OPTEX to showcase smart sensing technologies for intrusion detection and business applications at INTERSEC 2015

At Intersec 2015, OPTEX will be exhibiting integrated and smart perimeter security solutions including its newly launched Quad beam detectors, the AXIS ACAP integration for its IP range and thrown object detection using its intelligent Laser Scanner.  
OPTEX will also be showcasing two new video analytics based solutions, one for people counting and flow analysis and the second one for tail-gating solutions to prevent the unauthorised access of individuals into sensitive areas.
For outdoor intrusion detection systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications, OPTEX will be showing its latest Smart Line active infrared beams series featuring clever alignment tools and models with double modulation, and a dynamic two-way communication between receiver and transmitter for optimal performance. To enable a full system solution new beam towers including enclosures for light or cameras will be pre-viewed at the show.
Since the launch of its REDWALL IP sensors range, OPTEX has added further key VMS suppliers to its integration list and will be demonstrating its latest integration with AXIS, enabling the IP sensors to connect directly to AXIS ACAP enabled cameras.
It will also be demonstrating its ‘thrown object’ laser detection system that is already installed within the passport hall of a major international airport.
Of its new products and applications, OPTEX will be showing its new people counting solution that it is developing with Giken Trastem Co Ltd and provides multidirectional people and flow analysis that provides more than 95% accuracy. OPTEX will be showcasing its new access control solution Accurance 3D, a video analytics-based sensor that is unaffected by light and measures the target in 3D to identify tailgating or piggybacking situations.
Alongside OPTEX will its sister company FiberSensys showcase the latest of its fibre-optic perimeter intrusion detection sensors. These include the 25 five zones FD525-Halo™ systems that have been upgraded with a new fibre-optic cable technology, enabling a more rapid deployment to reduce the total cost of installation down.

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