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Latest Version of exacqVision Enhances Situation Awareness and Adds User Controls for Administrators

WESTFORD, Mass. (Sept. 25, 2017) – Johnson Controls introduced the latest version of exacqVision video management system (v8.8) which provides powerful tools that improve situation awareness and control for both administrators and users.

To better react to imminent events that could potentially affect business, users can now embed a web page as a panel within the exacqVision client to get important information such as weather updates or breaking news headlines.

Johnson Controls introduces intelligent touchscreen access terminal from Software House

Intuitive touchscreen terminal provides intrusion control, legacy/smart modes for backward compatibility

MILWAUKEE (September 22, 2017) –– Johnson Controls introduces its multi-functional Software House TST-100 Touchscreen Terminal providing an enhanced end-user experience at the door. With an intuitive touchscreen user interface, native intrusion functionality and compatibility with both legacy and IP-based door controllers from Software House, the TST-100 Touchscreen Terminal adds value to the access control system by allowing users to have more flexibility and control at the reader level.

The TST-100 features a large, 4.3-inch graphical LCD touchscreen that displays a range of colorful icons and custom command menus, providing end users with quick and easy feedback of the access control operation, and allows guards and other individuals the ability to easily arm and disarm intrusion zones and issue custom commands directly at the door.

C•CURE 9000 access control platform adds new smart card encoding to increase credential security and flexibility

MILWAUKEE, September 5, 2017 ––Johnson Controls introduces the newest versions of its C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform from Software House to now include greater credential security and flexibility in smart card encoding by integrating with two new smart card technologies.

New personnel and credential management functionalities for the Software House C•CURE 9000 v2.60 SP1 (standalone) and v2.61 (unified with victor from American Dynamics) adds support for NXP MIFARE DesFire EV1 and EV2 smart card encoding. This allows multiple applications, such as access control, vending, and parking to be combined into a single contactless smart card, with the user in complete control of the card’s memory and key material. To further protect against card tampering, the encoding setup features an optional Anti-Cloning diversified key, per NXP’s Generic Access Control Data Model.

Johnson Controls CEM Systems access control equipment compliant with EU’s new Radio Equipment Directive (RED)

BELFAST, UK. (13 September, 2017) – Johnson Controls can confirm that their powerful range of CEM Systems access control hardware is compliant with the European Union’s new Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU, which came into full effect on 13 June 2017. CEM Systems intelligent card readers including the CEM S610 (iCLASS SE, DESFire and Prox) reader, CEM S700 reader, CEM emerald reader and their biometric equivalents are all RED compliant and continue to be available for distribution within the EU. The CEM sPass reader and CEM S3040 portable reader are also confirmed as being RED compliant.

C•CURE 9000 access control platform adds new smart card encoding to increase credential security and flexibility

MILWAUKEE, August 31, 2017 ––Johnson Controls introduces the newest versions of its C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform from Software House to now include greater credential security and flexibility in smart card encoding by integrating with two new smart card technologies.

New personnel and credential management functionalities for the Software House C•CURE 9000 v2.60 SP1 (standalone) and v2.61 (unified with victor from American Dynamics) adds support for NXP MIFARE DesFire EV1 and EV2 smart card encoding. This allows multiple applications, such as access control, vending, and parking to be combined into a single contactless smart card, with the user in complete control of the card’s memory and key material. To further protect against card tampering, the encoding setup features an optional Anti-Cloning diversified key, per NXP’s Generic Access Control Data Model.