More to expect from Securex 2022

Issue 2 2022 Editor's Choice

Securex South Africa 2022 will take place from 31 May to 02 June 2022 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, and will be co-located with A-OSH Expo, Facilities Management Expo and for the first time, the new Firexpo 2022. Access to the four trade shows is free-of-charge for visitors.

Exhibitor highlights for visitors to see and experience will include the following.

Gurtam to launch video functionality for fleet management

At Securex this year, Gurtam (stand D28) will be presenting its offering aimed to help businesses ensure high security for vehicles, people, and assets. Known as Wialon, this platform for GPS tracking and IoT is Gurtam’s flagship product, and the company will be providing Securex visitors with a live demonstration of the system’s features, focusing heavily on security, fleet management, and stolen vehicle recovery.

The expert team at the show will also share real-life use cases displaying how you can prevent vehicle theft, improve driver behaviour, and keep cargo safe.

Additionally, at Securex, Gurtam will introduce the Wialon video functionality that enables users to stream and playback videos from cameras installed in vehicles or other assets. Users can also link videos to specific events, such as fuel theft or speeding, to enjoy even better control over their vehicles.

Premium card security solutions from Easi-card

Providing quality card technology and packaging solutions, Easi-card has become South Africa's card security store, stocking and producing custom plastic cards, accessories, card printers and cameras for mining, security, stationery and marketing-related businesses.

Visit the Easi-card (stand F03) to find out more about the company’s patent for recycling cards, which has helped many industries; its solution to help prevent the cloning of cards, a real challenge in South Africa; and its use of QR codes, which the organisation believes has a massive potential in the security space where they can be both encrypted as well as UV-protected.

The best in radio communication infrastructure

RTS, a company with a wealth of experience in the design, supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of radio communication infrastructure, will not only showcase its Internet Protocol Radio (Iwalkie) at Securex 2022, but the business will also be displaying its licence-free radios (4475, Bosvark, Padvark and Vratvark), as well as a new offering, namely the TVT CCTV system from Forbatt. Visit stand E12 for more information.

Industrial automation from RJ Connect

RJ Connect (stand B13), focusing on the supply and support of industrial communication equipment, industrial redundant Ethernet, fibre-optic converters, data networking products, and serial to Ethernet device servers in sub-Saharan Africa, will focus on the Crevis industrial remote I/O offering for factory automation and the ruggedised Robustel industrial-quality cellular routers, as well as Moxa’s latest next-generation industrial switches: EDS G4000, gen 4, aimed at building future-proof industrial networks to strengthen operational resilience in industrial spaces such as power, transportation, maritime, and factory automation.

The best in IP intercom products

BAS-IP (stand E08), a business with a strong focus on the development and manufacture of IP intercom products, access control and communications, will be demonstrating several innovative, feature-packed solutions at this year’s Securex.

This will include its AI intercom system with smart home integration, which comes in a variety of colours and features suited to any interior and technical needs, as well as its exclusive multi-apartment entrance panel, pleasing for both architects with its appearance, and engineers with its set of unique functions. The panel has a dual camera for perfect face recognition and UKEY mobile access.

The organisation will also have available its BAS-IP Obelisk, an AI pedestal with an integrated IP outdoor intercom system, developed to provide convenient, stylish, secure, and quick access to a building or territory.

Combine video with telematics for in-vehicle safety

iCAM Video Telematics (stand D20), a supplier of in-vehicle camera solutions, combining video with telematics, will demonstrate several solutions at Securex 2022, including the following:

• ADAS and DMS – enhancing good driving behaviour and driver safety through the monitoring of driver fatigue, distractions and mobile phone use, as well as headway, collision and pedestrian warnings.

• Multi-camera systems – iCAM multi-camera systems provide up to 360 degree views in and around a vehicle. Fitment of up to 12 wired cameras allows for views of road, in-cab, external sides, in-cargo, reverse and other viewing angles customised to customers’ needs. These video devices allow up to 500 hours of recording, historical playback, live streaming, and event-based video footage uploaded to cloud storage.

• Video meets telematics, meets AI, meets IoT – iCAM’s latest camera solutions now integrate with multiple device types and technologies both on its own systems and linking into third-party systems and hardware, including OEM on-board systems. This, combined with API functionality, allows iCAM solutions to cover the entire fleet management spectrum and provides the user and management with the most accurate data possible to manage and utilise fleets and track assets.

New iCAM products for 2022 include: windscreen-mounted devices with built-in AI, entry-level connected devices for the smaller vehicle fleets such as security and emergency services vehicles, and accessories such as proximity sensors, in-cab screens and more.

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