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OCG Security Daily ASIS Sept 25 2013

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An interview with James Justice, Vice President, Irvine Sensors Corporation. OSD: Tell our readers about your company. What's your main line of business? JJ: Irvine Sensors is focused on the devel- opment of advanced vision system prod- ucts for military and commercial applica- tions. Successful product developments have included high performance visible and infrared imagers and fully eye safe 3D IRVINE SENSORS INTRODUCES ALERT An interview with Max Krake, Crash Gate Sales, Logical Decisions, Inc. OSD: What is Logical Decisions, Inc. and what is your role? MK: LDI is a global supplier of gate operators and all related accessories. We also have a crash gate division; that's where my role comes into play. OSD: What exactly is a crash gate? MK: Crash gates come in many different An interview with Derek Forde, USA Representative, Cellbusters. OSD: Tell our readers about your company. What's your main line of business? DF: Cellbusters is a leading developer and manufacturer of cell phone and frequency detection technology, and we have been in business since 1999. Our main business is helping our cus- tomers use our technology to meet their security needs with respect to An interview with Jim Biggs, National Accounts Manager, SEB Safe Environment Business Solutions. OSD: Please tell our read- ers about SEB, and your main line of business. JB: We provide uniformed and licensed armed and unarmed contracted guard services in 27 different states across the U.S. We currently employ approximately 2,500 security officers and service some of the largest and most well respected An interview with Rick Kirschman, President, Magnasphere Corp. OSD: Magnasphere is a familiar name, but what do you do? RK: We have developed a more secure technology for security contacts. Our Magnasphere switch makes our products more secure than any other door or win- dow contact manufacturer in the busi- ness. Magnasphere offers a complete product line of security contacts. OSD: Why are your contacts more secure? Continued on Page 30 An interview with Bill Rendina, CEO, Valor Systems, Inc. OSD: Tell our readers about your com- pany. What is your main line of business? BR: Valor focuses on Incident Management solutions. While many speak about the value of PSIM in the pri- vate sector security market, we take inci- dent management to the next level. Utilizing valuable information from a PSIM solution, we extend the solution through the complete evolution of the Continued on Page 30 Continued on Page 30 LOGICAL DECISIONS: GET THE CRASH GATE SUITED FOR YOU CELLBUSTERS ENSURES INFORMATION SAFETY MAGNASPHERE: A TRUSTED NAME IN SECURITY SEB SECURITY: PROTECTION YOU CAN COUNT ON VALOR SYSTEMS LAUNCHES NEW VALOR IMS Continued on Page 8 Continued on Page 28 Continued on Page 28 O s e r C o m m u n i c a t i o n s G r o u p C h i c a g o W e d n e s d a y, S e p t e m b e r 2 5 , 2 0 1 3 TrakLok Corporation has unveiled its next generation GeoLok ® , the most significant update since the incep- tion of the company. The new product is designed to fit a broad range of trailers and intermodal containers, features a lighter, easier to install platform while retaining the robust physical security, alarm system, and tracking features of their original system. The TrakLok cargo security system combines physical security with real- time global monitoring and an on-board alarm system that is making inroads with Continued on Page 28 An interview with David Carta, CEO, Telaeris. OSD: Tell our readers about your company. What's your main line of business? DC: Telaeris has two main lines of busi- ness, mobile access control and asset management. XPressEntry, our mobile access control solution, is used for employee verification and emergency mustering. TagTrakker and XPressTools are our solutions for asset management and tool check-in/check-out. TRAKLOK UNVEILS GEOLOK TELAERIS BUILDS THE ACCESS SOLUTIONS YOU NEED Continued on Page 30 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH ASIS

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