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Electronic Security Expo 2009 Exhibitor Profiles

Electronic Security Expo 2009 takes place June 22 - 26, 2009 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

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Listed below are Electronic Security Expo 2009 exhibitor profiles.

Company: America On Watch
Booth: 1420
Media Contact: Michelle Trahan
Phone: 866-913-9565
E-mail: [email protected]
America On Watch Network provides advanced hosted monitoring solutions for America's leading security integrators. We deliver a single point of alarm management and control for access, video surveillance, life safety and intrusion systems in a single intelligent, auditable and manageable system, providing a powerful easy to operate central control point.
Company: A.R.M. Solutions
Booth: 916
Media Contact: Brad Jadwin
Phone: (888) 772-6468
E-mail: [email protected]
A.R.M. Solutions provides a diplomatic, cost effective approach to collection and retention. So instead of sending invoice after invoice and hoping for a response, leverage the power of a 3rd Party Collection Agency to make sure you get heard! Average cost of only 7%, compared to national average of 40%. 3rd party representation gets you paid NOW! Retain & renew more customers. No-risk performance guarantee. All debtor payments are made directly to you. 24x7 access to real-time account data via the Internet. You remain in control to stop the service at any point.
Company: Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
Booth: 2114
Media Contact: Anne Insero
Phone: 585-678-3152
E-mail: [email protected]
Bosch Security Systems works closely with a network of dealers to design dependable solutions for the market. Our broad portfolio of products for video surveillance, access control, and intrusion and fire detection are used in a wide variety of commercial and industrial environments throughout North America.
Our significant investment in research and development is unsurpassed in the security industry and enables us to regularly update our existing products and introduce new technologies. And, while innovation is important, we ensure that new products addresses all the concerns paramount in security today, including performance, quality, and ease of installation, maintenance and use.
Company: Brink's Home Security
Booth: 2016
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: CFL
Media Contact: Dave Simon
Phone: 972-871-3778
E-mail: [email protected]
Be a Dealer in ANY Major U.S. City!
Choosing a dealer program is important – your success and reputation depend on it. Team up with Brink’s Home Security® for generous multiples, dedicated dealer support, high-quality brand recognition, on-site training, weekly funding and multiple lead generating programs. NOW IN ALL MARKETS!
Company: Cam Connections, Inc.
Booth: 324
Media Contact: Robert Bull
Phone: 888-544-1085
E-mail: [email protected]
Since 1998 Cam Connections has been assisting our clients with the sales, design, installation, and service of CCTV, Access Control, and Integrated Security Systems. Our high quality of service and installation standards is unparalled. We have aligned ourselves with the top security suppliers in the industry and offer a wide array of services to our clients.
Company: Campus Safety Magazine
Booth: 1130
Phone: 310-533-2400
Campus Safety Magazine reaches more than 20,000 subscribers and is the only publication exclusively reaching security decision makers within hospitals, schools and universities. Our award winning editorial and targeted focus makes Campus Safety the most effective resource to communicate to this audience.
Company: Cernium Corporation
Booth: 1014
Media Contact: John Terrill
Phone: (703) 287-7825
E-mail: [email protected]
Cernium Corporation is leading the way in video analytics with intelligent, intuitive and cost-efficient products for physical security, business intelligence and video content distribution. The company’s technology is a generational leap over competing approaches, providing outstanding incident detection performance and greater operational flexibility at a much lower cost. With its roots in the security industry, Cernium has brought advanced video analytics capabilities to the protection of scores of facilities worldwide. Customers represent a range of industry sectors that include Fortune 100 manufacturers, government, health care, transportation, education, and major cultural institutions. Cernium’s product portfolio includes Perceptrak®, CheckVideo™, Archerfish® and ExitSentry®. For more information, visit
Company: Criticom Monitoring Services (CMS)
Booth: 1718
Media Contact: Robin Lampe
Phone: 785-856-9350
E-mail: [email protected]
Criticom Monitoring Services (CMS) monitors over one million subscribers for more than 4,000 security dealers, making it the country’s largest wholesale monitoring company. Its four interconnected monitoring centers (Florida, New Jersey, Minnesota, and California) provide a unique circle of redundancy, alarm traffic balancing, and disaster recovery capabilities for CMS customers.
Company: Digital Supply International
Booth: 1004
Media Contact: Candy Williams
Phone: 866-988-4545
E-mail: [email protected]
Digital Supply International is a worldwide distributor of access, photo id and security products. We are committed to providing you the best service and support as well as the latest technology to help you help your customers. We will help you grow your business - by providing you with all the tools needed to be successful in today's fast paced photo id market.
Company: DMP
Booth: 2012
Media Contact: Melissa Pitfield
Phone: 877-725-1114
E-mail: [email protected]
DMP is a privately held independent manufacturer of innovative intrusion, fire, access control, network and cellular communication products that are designed and made in the United States of America. DMP is the recognized leader of alarm communication over data networks, with products that are available through professional electronic security companies. DMP builds their reputation for excellence in technology, service, and design by continually releasing innovative security and communication solutions for both residential and commercial customers. All DMP burglary Control Panels meets ANSI/SIA CP-01-2000 False Alarm Standards. For more information, contact Melissa Pitfield at (877) 725-1114, or visit
Company: ekeyUSA Systems, LLC
Booth: 816
Media Contact: Hassan Hares
Phone: (941) 782-1227
E-mail: [email protected]
ekeyUSA provides biometric access solutions using ekey fingerprint scanners that are weather resistant, multi functional, and stylish looking yet simple enough to be used in any residential or business environment to control access.
ekey home (standalone no computer) and ekey net (networkable with computer) relieves users and owners from the frustrations of issuing or memorizing codes, carrying or managing cards or all can be replaced by one own finger!
Additionally ekey supports RFID and various interface and connection options that include Relay Switch, Wiegand Format, UDP Interface, and many others.
For more info please visit
Company: ioimage
Booth: 1011
Media Contact: Fiona Ungar
Phone: 972-9-954-6003
E-mail: [email protected]
ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances, provides high-performance video encoders and cameras with built-in self sustained video analytics, designed and packaged for simplicity. ioimage offers a new approach to video security by transforming surveillance into a proactive, event-driven process. ioimage video analytics offers remote video monitoring (RVM) centers a cost-effective, reliable solution that efficiently detects intruders, minimizes costly false alarms, ensures faster response time, reduces bandwidth consumption and can be remotely configured and maintained.
Company: Labor Saving Devices, Inc.
Booth: 2020
Media Contact: Jenifer Garcia
Phone: 303-287-2121 ext. 102
E-mail: [email protected]
Labor Saving Devices, Inc. (“LSDI”) offers an extensive product line of professional specialty tools for wire and cable installation specifically designed to save time and money for the professional installer. Our innovative, high quality products offer tailored solutions for the audio/visual, security/alarm, electrical and broadband/data markets.
Company: Micro Key Solutions
Booth: 1514
Media Contact: Marjorie Fitton
Phone: 407-870-0040
E-mail: [email protected]
Since 1985, Micro Key Solutions has provided best-in-class software and customer support for Central Stations and Alarm Dealers worldwide. Over 4,000 customers use their Millennium Series™ Software to manage information, cut costs, and stabilize operations. Micro Key is the premier enterprise-level solutions provider for organizations needing integrated monitoring or back-office management.
Whatever the size or scope of your business, in these challenging economic times can you afford not to get the most out of your operating systems? Give them a chance to help you. Contact Micro Key Solutions to see how they can build your company’s efficiency, profitability and success.
Company: Paxton Access Inc
Booth: 1331
Media Contact: [email protected]
Phone: 877.438.7298
E-mail: [email protected]
Paxton Access Inc is the US division of Paxton Access Ltd, the internationally expanding British manufacturer of access control systems.
Established in 2006, based in Bellevue, WA; Paxton Access Inc is building a comprehensive network of dealers and integrators for Net2, their leading networkable access control solution.
The engineering excellence of Paxton Access systems, backed by a full five year product guarantee means that they are chosen to protect an increasing number of business premises.
Paxton Access Ltd is the UK market leader whose confidence, in the quality and reliability of their equipment, shines through.
Company: Pegasus Products
Booth: 1225
Media Contact: Amanda Powell
Phone: 800-399-7769
E-mail: [email protected]
Established in 1994, Pegasus Products has become a leading manufacturer of CCTV equipment. We offer an extensive range of products including DVRs, cameras, camera housings and mounts, monitors, LCD and plasma mounts, lenses, audio, power supplies, access control, wire and numerous other CCTV accessories. All products come with a 30 day money back guarantee, in addition to the Pegasus Promise, a three year warranty including a one year direct exchange warranty. Stop by and visit us at booth #1225 for a chance to win $50 and to experience working with the easiest company to deal with in the CCTV industry.
Company: Russound
Booth: 1315
Media Contact: Adam Sohmer
Phone: 603-659-5170
E-mail: [email protected]
Experience. Build on it. Russound products are the preferred building blocks for the multiroom experience. With new products that offer the latest in technology, provide advanced system features at a simple system cost, and turn retrofit to retroquick, experience what Russound can do for your business. For over 40 years the "know how" behind the"wow" in multiroom has been brought to you by Russound. Russound experience. Build on it.
Company: Security Products
Booth: 1220
Media Contact: Susan May
Phone: 972-687-6744
E-mail: [email protected]
Security Products, the leading industry media brand for the global security marketplace, provides new product and technology solutions for security professionals. 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. We continue innovating to provide vendors the smartest, most cost-effective solutions for reaching security product buyers and decision makers. This makes Security Products the best marketing partner for today’s security product and service marketers.
Company: Security Sales & Integration
Booth: 1130
Phone: 310-533-2400
Security Sales & Integration Magazine is the top technical and business authority for professional electronic systems integrators. Primarily edited for those who recommend, purchase, install and monitor intrusion, access control, CCTV, IP networked systems, fire alarm and other security products and services. Published monthly to 29,500 subscribers. Free subscription to qualified individuals.
Company: Uplink - A Numerex Security Solution
Booth: 1024
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: NMRX
Media Contact: Annette Filliat @ Arketi Group
Phone: 404-929-0091 x 209
E-mail: [email protected]
Uplink's line of wireless alarm communications products offers a broad range of solutions for the residential and commercial security dealer. It consists of complete home automation security services for manufacturers and integrators, including hardware development and certification services, wireless network communications, back-end application development and support, as well as open platform-based hosting services for quick, cost-effective deployment strategies.
Company: Videofied - RSI Video Technologies, Inc.
Booth: 1208
Media Contact: K Jentoft
Phone: 877-206-3200
E-mail: [email protected]
Video is now FREE - new residential security system with video at the same price as a traditional "blind" alarm system. The new Videofied XL burglar alarm delivers video and 2-way voice over an internal cell modem, no phone line or IP connection is necessary. The new Videofied XL wireless MotionViewers detects intruders and immediately delivers a 10 second video clip of the intrusion to the central station operator who can then challenge the intruder using 2-way voice. Using Video and Voice to confirm the alarm as a crime-in-progress delivers priority police response and greater security and reduced false alarms.

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