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GSX 2022 is live! A preview of some of the products and services on the floor

GSX 2022 is live! A preview of some of the products and services on the floor

GSX 2022 is live! A preview of some of the products and services on the floor

ATLANTA – GSX is going on right now in Atlanta and for those who can’t be in attendance SSN is on location.

While we meet with industry movers and shakers and look at all the upcoming products from the security industry here’s a small sample of just a few of the companies and their offering:


ADT Commercial will have their leading indoor drone and humanoid robotic platforms on display at GSX this year as it gets closer to the commercialization of those AI driven autonomous guarding solutions.  “Our approach to innovation is completely centered on customer needs and in keeping with the to-the-minute pulse of the industry. Especially given the costly turnover and labor shortages that have been mounting in the guarding market over the last several years, we saw a way forward to help our customers through technology,” ADT’s Vice President of their Enterprise Security Risk Group, Ed Bacco, said. “We’re focused on solutions that create necessary change and disruption to the commercial security landscape and can respond to these types of evolving challenges. But how we make those changes has to start with and be driven by the customer.”

Both their humanoid robot and autonomous indoor drone will be on display at their booth, #2143 between Sept. 12-14


Orion Entrance Control Inc. has technology featured in several of their partners products on the GSX floor including JCI (Innovation Room, A404 – A410), ASSA ABLOY (booth #2343), Alcatraz (booth #3555) and SAFR (booth #3725).

Of note Orion will be featuring their new security piggybacking and tailgating solution DoorGuard utilizing the Nebula inference engine and presence- detection sensing solution Constellation. “Not only does it have a smaller, sleeker form factor, which I think we accomplished beautifully, but we also added the point-cloud data, where the sensor head has nearly three meters of data at door height, allowing us to make and infer intelligent decisions,” explained Orion CEO Steve Caroselli. “Building in the Nebula Inference Engine™ really came about because when we released early versions, people would do things that were drastically different, each with unique challenges, so we said let’s just build something – the Nebula Inference Engine™ – that we can teach and can learn.”

Orion is able to program specific scenarios and use cases with the Nebula Inference Engine that helps users achieve low false alarm rates. “Our goal is 100 percent accuracy in our ability to detect tailgating,” said Caroselli. “As the engineers on my team always say, ‘How many unauthorized users are acceptable?’ The answer is none. We have solved tailgating with DoorGuard™.”

Salient Systems

Video Management Systems company Salient Systems is at booth #2130 and they’re showing their most recent offerings in their CompleteView 7.0 and Salient cloud services. CompleteView 7.0 comes with a few upgrades that include storage pools for improved backup, overflow capabilities, remote management and monitoring, and new camera-based retention policies.

In addition, Salient Systems says they’ll be participating in several other activities on the show floor. “This includes a session with Salient System’s retail security expert on the show's X stage called ‘The Retail Cyclone. It’s Real, and How to Combat it with an Open Platform VMS.’ They will also host a customer cocktail hour in the booth from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13th.” A release from the company stated.

For more GSX news stay tuned here to Security Systems News.


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