S2 Wins Back-to-Back “Product of the Year Awards” from Security Products Magazine for technology Available from PSX
S2 Network Node VR wins 2015 New Product of the Year Award for Access Control Devices / Peripherals and S2 Mobile Security Officer won the 2014 New Product of the Year Award.
ABOUT THE AWARD
Security Products Magazine’s New Product of the Year Award honors products judged as innovations beneficial to improving security technology throughout the industry. S2 Network Node VR is the winner of the Security Products Magazine 2015 New Product of the Year Award for Access Control Devices/Peripherals. S2 Network Node VR is noted as an efficient way to manage access control and video management in a distributed environment.
With S2 Mobile Security Officer, winner of the Security Products Magazine 2014 New Product of the Year Award, mobile staff can review surveillance video, monitor events and alarms in real time and manage evacuations. S2 Mobile Security Officer is an award-winning tablet app that allows both management and staff to operate their S2 access control and video management systems from anywhere. S2 Mobile Security Officer 1.1 is now available. According to S2, “S2 Mobile Security Officer® Version 1.1 brings more advanced security management than ever to the palm of your hand. New video capabilities allow to you review and share critical information on demand. Other enhancements include multi-server support and increased security.”
Both of these award-winning products are available from PSX.
ABOUT S2 NETWORK NODE
S2 describes their S2 Network Node VR as, “an intelligent field panel that brings access control and video management to the network edge in a single, compact appliance. From a centrally managed, web-based S2 system, users can monitor events, alarms and video delivered from S2 Network Node VR appliances throughout the enterprise. Cost-effective to install and maintain, S2 Network Node VR is an ideal solution for remote or difficult to service locations that require access control, monitoring and video management capabilities.”
S2 Network Node VR is an efficient way to deliver access control and video management in a distributed environment. For example, a business with multiple locations can manage access control centrally but allow each location to handle its own video monitoring.
– Supports up to eight IP cameras and up to eight access control portals
– Houses up to four modular blades for access control, alarm inputs, relay outputs and temperature probes
– Provides superior longevity with fanless product design and SSD storage option
ABOUT MOBILE SECURITY OFFICER
According to S2, “cameras are accessible on demand, displaying high-quality, high frame rate video that can be shared as needed. In response to event activity, staff is able to take immediate action such as remotely opening or locking related doors and identifying a person of interest in video. Mustering for evacuations is effortless, with multiple mustering points coordinated right on the screen. S2 Mobile Security Officer dramatically improves productivity, decision-making and response time.”
With S2 Mobile Security Officer, mobile staff can review surveillance video, monitor events and alarms in real time and manage evacuations.
What’s New in Version 1.1
– Video playback, including scrubbing and pinch zoom
– Video still sharing
– Multi-server support
– SSL support
– iOS 9 support
ABOUT SECURITY PRODUCTS MAGAZINE
Security Products is described as “the leading industry media brand for the global security marketplace. Our print, digital, event, custom media and research products integrate coverage for both physical and IT security as these functions are in the process of convergence. More than 32,000 suppliers, installers, distributors, consultants and manufacturing rep firms subscribe to Security Products magazine. Security Products reaches more than 32,000 end users in industrial, retail, institutional and government sectors. These security professionals turn to Security Products for practical information on products and new technology. ”