June 2022 Access Control Show - Watch On-Demand

By IPVM Team, Published Jun 15, 2022, 03:26pm EDT

The June 2022 Access Control Show Has Concluded! All videos may be watched on the Online Shows Page.

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Access Control show, June 14th - 16th, featuring 30 companies presenting their access control offerings.

Plus 1-hour panels on mobile credentials, cloud access, and video/access integration, with IPVM moderating the discussions with Q&A.

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How The Live Presentation Works

IPVM will moderate initial 10-minute Q&A sessions followed by 20-minute company led presentations and/or demos. IPVM will ask questions on behalf of the audience.

Schedule & Agenda:

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Day 1 - June 14th

Day 2 - June 15th

Day 3 - June 16th


Presentations Recorded On-Demand

Every presentation will become its own video for on-demand viewing in the IPVM online show portal (watch 600+ recordings now). Presentations will be uploaded within 24 hours of each day's final session.

IPVM Moderates Seller's Presentations

While companies can present for free, IPVM experts will moderate all presentations, asking critical questions and pointing out general risks to consider. Moreover, the IPVM community will participate, bringing its collective wisdom to raise relevant issues.

Criteria Used For Selection

No presenters pay IPVM anything. It is free to presenters to ensure that anyone can present and IPVM is not biased towards the presenters (as traditional shows all work).

Show Concluded

The June 2022 Access Control Show Has Concluded! All videos may be watched on the Online Shows Page.

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Day 1 - Tuesday, June 14th

10:00am: Genetec - Head of New Offering Introduction, Jordan Burnsed

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Cloud Link Roadrunner: cybersecure, ruggedized IoT device purposely built for enclosure management solutions; part of the Genetec unified management experience. Designed with a focus on cybersecurity, management, and physical security, allowing facility managers to deploy 'capable and expandable' access control capabilities across their enclosures.

10:30am: Azure Access Technology - Director of Product Development, Evan Zinger

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BU-IC2 two reader network controller: open architecture controller. Designed to support both local and cloud-based hosts. Unique features include - Asynchronous communications with host, up to 32 controllers communicating together for linkages and anti-passback, scripting to support logic and event modifications.

11:00am: Schlage / Allegion - Director, Product Management, Devin Love & Credential Solutions Business Leader, Paul Iverson

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Schlage Custom Encryption Key Service: designed to create control, leverage and interoperability for the end user. Interoperability extends credential utility to other hardware manufacturers aligned with this non-proprietary, open architecture model. Schlage has partnered with NXP and its MIFARE® brand to provide smart card solutions, providing customers "greater choice and flexibility."

11:30am: Farpointe Data - President, Scott Lindley & East Coast Sales Manager, Tom Piston

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CONEKT mobile solution: allows users to register, store and activate mobile credentials on a compatible smartphone. Designed to operate with electronic access control systems equipped with Conekt Mobile-Ready Readers. Supports iPhone and Android-based mobile devices with BLE enabled. One-time registration without disclosure of private information. mobile credentials allow users to identify themselves at designated access points—doors, gates, parking facilities, and more.

12:00pm: Mobile Credential panel

With Allegion's Devin Love, BEST's Travis Willis, Farpointe Data's Scott Lindley, Safetrust's Jason Hart & WaveLynx's Rob Lydic.

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  1. What are the biggest mobile adoption barriers?
  2. Phones, biometric factors and dedicated biometric readers
  3. Impact of BLE vs NFC vs App vs UWB
  4. Free vs. subscription vs. system pricing
  5. Impact of Apple Wallet on mobile

1:00pm: WaveLynx - President, Rob Lydic

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WaveLynx: provider of access control readers, credentials, mobile credentials and edge hardware. Notes WaveLynx provides 'best in class' solutions to PACS and identity management software providers.

1:30pm: Alternatives to HID/Mercury by IPVM

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Top Alternatives to HID And Mercury overview & discussion by IPVM Research Engineer, Brian Rhodes.

2:00pm: AMAG Technology - Applications Engineering Manager, Gregory McDermott & Global VP of Sales, John Becker

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Symmetry Access Control: open solution that scales from single location businesses to large, multi-site global organizations. Policy-based workflows prompt swift action and correct threat response. Designed to mitigate risk, manages the flow of people in high security and government-regulated environments or open campus settings.

2:20pm: Spintly - President and CEO, Rohin Parkar & Co-founder and CTO, Malcolm Dsouza

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Spintly wireless mesh readers and controllers: enable smartphone based access control over a wireless mesh communication protocol. Notes ease of installation which accelerates the adoption of smartphone based access control. Products ideal for office spaces, shared work spaces and residential communities.

2:40pm: Invixium - Director of Sales, North America, Phil Jackson

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IXM TFACE: slim mullion mount, dual-biometric device that offers security and convenience for access control or workforce management applications. Designed with relevant features such as high-speed face recognition, mask detection, RFID and mobile credentials to deliver "reliable, accurate authentication."

3:00pm: Safetrust - Founder and CEO, Jason Hart & VP Product Management, Deon Chatterton

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SABRE Module: "low-cost", 30-second upgrade that brings touchless mobile credentials, supplier-neutral MIFARE DESFire, WiFi, and is the only ODSP-Verified method for HID iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE readers.

IoT Sensor: new generation of network-enabled door readers that includes the traditional RFID and mobile credential technology but expands upon that as a platform for sensors.

Day 2 - Wednesday, June 15th

10:00am: LenelS2 - Sr. Product Manager, Mobile Credentials, Mike Green

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BlueDiamond: access control readers and credentials. Multi-technology readers, "feature-rich" mobile app and ability to support mobile and physical credentials. BlueDiamond mobile user experience enables employees to turn any smartphone into a device for touchless access.

10:30am: Brivo - Director, Product Management, Jason Kaveney

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Brivo Unified Credentials: seamless integration across all of access control devices. Unlock any space without switching between multiple keycards or relying on legacy prox technology.

11:00am: Openpath - VP Access Control, Motorola Solutions, Co-Founder, Openpath - James Segil & Senior Director of Product, John Kim

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Openpath: touchless cloud-based access control and on-premises solutions, with secure mobile capabilities and multi-technology Smart Readers. Designed with open standards for "seamless integration", users can connect their access control system with leading technology and security providers in the Openpath App Marketplace.

11:30am: ButterflyMX - Founder, Cyrus Claffey & VP of Hardware Engineering, Benjamin Medvitz

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Smart video intercom: gives residents, visitors, and staff the ability to grant property access from a smartphone. Open and manage doors and gates with a mobile app, issue delivery PINs, get live video, and connect to a property management & access control system.

12:00pm: Cloud Access panel

With Brivo's Jason Kaveney, ButterflyMX's Cyrus Claffey, DMP's Aaron McGhee, Feenics' Brian Matthews & Openpath's James Segil.

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  1. What happens if someone stops paying the bill? Doors unlocked?
  2. How will cloud overcome integration troubles w/ video, local systems?
  3. How do dealers overcome government/end-users hesitancy to use the cloud for access?
  4. Some say Cloud has an 'Enterprise' scale barrier. Are they right?
  5. The 'trend' of Cloud Access - is this 'Hostage As A Service'?

1:00pm: Genea - Director of Access Control, Mike Maxsenti

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Genea Access Control: allows IT & security teams to automate managing credentials, monitor access events, provide mobile access, respond to emergencies. Operates on non-proprietary, Mercury-based hardware; notes flexibility without compromising security. Native integrations and open API connect existing software tech stack for automation. Update any outdated on-premises Mercury-based access control to a cloud-based system, by doing a software takeover. No rip and replace necessary; 24/7 live customer support.

1:30pm: Feenics - Director of Business Development, Chris Smith

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Feenics Cloud-Based Access Control Solutions: platform provides scalability, flexibility, and advanced security. Integrates native visitor management, dynamic mobile apps, and a RESTful API that allows integration of complementary systems and open hardware devices. Feenics leverages Mercury field hardware and works with video, intrusion, and wireless lock manufacturers.

2:00pm: DMP - Product Manager of Control Panels, Aaron McGhee & Product Manager of Software Applications, Barrett Hillenburg

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X1 Series: delivers a cloud-based access control solution using cellular, network or Wi-Fi. Installs in minutes. Flexibility for single- or multi-site management. Up to 1,000 doors per site, full edge system redundancy, full control and reporting from one app or browser, video integration and more.

2:20pm: BluBØX - CEO, Patrick Barry

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AI Controllers & Peripheral Boards: cloud managed software and firmware. built in video and data analytics, power management, open architecture and API. Face, voice and name recognition. Up to 8 TB of storage & 12 cameras. Low voltage or POE+ powers entire board and locks.

Destination Dispatch Person Readers: Multiple Credentials and Identification Methods – Face, Voice, Name, Card, Mobile, QR Code, PIN - HID Compatible. Self Learning Floor Assignment, Automatic Assignment and Override. Anti-Spoof Detection, ADA Compliant. QR Code, Card or Mobile Credential Visitor Check In and DDE Assignment.

2:40pm: DoorBird - Key Account Manager, Gary Corsale & Account Manager, Zach Zarcone

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DoorBird A1121: compact, IP-based access control device that can be installed as a stand-alone solution or added to existing access control infrastructures. Add-on to DoorBird intercom installations and projects that require keypad and/or RFID access, with remote connectivity through the DoorBird app, no reoccurring fees.

3:00pm: Alcatraz AI - VP of Product, Blaine Frederick

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Alcatraz AI Rock: leverages artificial intelligence & analytics to make decisions at the edge; face becomes the credential. Alcatraz’s facial authentication technology and intelligent tailgating detection enable enterprises to innovate their security strategy. Notes 'easy to deploy on any access control system', provides enterprise-grade security solution to protect businesses, people and assets.

Day 3 - Thursday, June 16th

10:00am: Avigilon - Senior Product Manager II, Steven Lewis & Product Marketing Manager, Sarah Mollet-Cosmas

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Access Control Manager (ACM): physical access control system for enterprise-class installations, designed to be intuitive and quickly deployed. As a 100% browser-based and 'mobile-friendly' solution, ACM offers flexibility to respond to alerts. Open architecture allows for various software and hardware integrations from trusted manufacturers, providing flexibility and personalization possibilities.

10:30am: Bosch Security - Regional Marketing Manager – Access Control, North America, Ren Baldonado

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Access Management System 4.01 - scalable access management. Flexible system supports up to 400,000 cardholders, 10,000 doors, and 400 divisions. Notes "easy to set up, operate" and expand and offers high reliability, threat level and visitor management capabilities, and integration with other systems.

11:00am: PDK - Director of Marketing, Brach Bengtzen

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PDK.io: fully integrated access platform; cloud management for improved productivity. Scales to business needs; notes simplified access management.

11:30am: Software House & ASSA ABLOY - Software House Director of Product Management, Rick Focke & ASSA ABLOY Integration Solutions Specialist, Constantine Tremouliaris

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KS210, OSDP Solutions for Data Centers: industry’s first true OSDP-compatible server cabinet lock, resulting in a 75% reduction in infrastructure footprint when teamed up with a rack-mounted Software House iSTAR Ultra G2 SE controller.

12:00pm: Video/Access Integration panel

With Alcatraz's Dale Kougel, Avigilon's Ryan Schroeder, Genetec's Jordan Burnsed, ICT's Pat Alvaro & Software House's Rick Focke.

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  1. What is the value proposition that is most impactful when selling a video integrated access system?
  2. 'End-to-end' companies like Verkada and Brivo and Genetec sell integrated video/access systems. Why is this an advantage or disadvantage compared to integrating multiple 3rd party systems?
  3. Why should a non-live view or unmanned live operator system use video integrated access?
  4. What challenges do cameras hung for general surveillance use have for access?
  5. Why aren't camera-equipped readers more common?

1:00pm: BEST / dormakaba - Senior Product Manager, Travis Willis & Software Quality Assurance Engineer, Tony Davey

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Switch Tech: mobile access 'quickly and easily' added to virtually any existing small format interchangeable core application. Integrates with select existing access control systems and allows instantaneous, secure management of all users, and visibility into who is accessing what, when.

1:30pm: IMRON Corporation - VP, Fawzia Atcha, Ph.D. & Cloud Specialist, Chris Chauv

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UnityIS Cloud: flagship product, deploys full scale access control integrated to video and intrusion. Expand existing hardware platforms (Azure, Mercury/HID VertX/Edge/Aero, Axis) with available hardware, running all platforms concurrently. UnityIS is based on a 'simple' subscription model with all-inclusive features.

2:00pm: ICT - Country Manager - Canada, Pat Alvaro

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ICT Multi-family ecosystem: provides security, video surveillance, access control, elevator control, wireless locking, building automation, and 24/7 alarm monitoring - all from a single platform. One unified system to manage the entire complex, as well as individual residences. Enables control of the entire site from one piece of software, enhancing operational efficiency while offering residents an intelligent, smart living experience.

2:20pm: SmartRent - Co-Founder & CPO, Mitch Karren

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Alloy Access: cloud-based platform built for real estate owners, operators, residents and property visitors. Designed with "flexibility, versatility" and open architecture foundation, the system can be installed in any new or existing property and integrated into the end users daily operational workflows.

2:40pm: Galaxy Control Systems - President, Rick Caruthers

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700 Series Controller: seventh generation of hardware, entirely designed, developed, and produced in house and in the USA. Compliant with OSDP standards; ONLY supports OSDP. Ship with native OSDP as only form of data transmission between the controller to the reader model and through to the reader.

3:00pm: Oosto - Director of Strategic Partnerships, Imry Atzmon & Director of Technical Services, Americas, Wei Wang

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Oosto OnAccess v2.6 - New OnPoint Reader: provides face-based biometric access control. New readers are edge devices; can function autonomously and still grant/deny access to users during a power outage or network failure. New tablet is Wiegand-compatible, can now interoperate with traditional card-reader systems.

Show Concluded

The June 2022 Access Control Show Has Concluded! All videos may be watched on the Online Shows Page.

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