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NEW PRODUCTS


TALK-A-PHONE’S NEW LAYERED MASS NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE


WEBS“ Contact, Talk-A-Phone’s new mass notification


software, uses an integrated multilayer approach to contact a population of any size with site-specific instructions through a variety of mediums. Paging units, emergency phones, e-mail and other technologies viewed as independent notification mediums can be encompassed in a comprehensive crisis management solution. Emergency


personnel can develop pre-programmed response scenarios for situations such as natural disasters, workplace violence and terrorist activity, enhancing the responder’s ability to spread crucial information in a timely manner.


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W.S. TYLER CONTRIBUTES TO BUILDING FACADE FOR LAPD HQ The recent completion of the parking structure at the new Los


Angeles Police Department headquarters features a unique facade that is made with stainless steel woven wire mesh supplied by W.S. Tyler. The mesh was used to “veil” the parking structure. A series of undulating panels was designed to enhance the surrounding neighborhood. The intent of the architect, JFAK Architects, was to “allow the building to breathe, provide security, and contribute to the transformation of the area as a home to the arts.” The facade was installed by Metallon Specialties.


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lighting technology, has launched a web site dedicated to serving as an interactive online resource to educate, empower, connect and communicate with customers in the burgeoning LED and solid-state lighting space. The new web site serves as the leading source of LED information, tools, technology and lighting solutions. Energy-efficient LED lighting is the new generation of lighting, and Osram says it’s leading the way with solutions for outdoor, indoor, retail and architectural LED lighting.


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OSRAM’S NEW LED LIGHT WEB SITE EDUCATES WITH ONLINE RESOURCES


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CVPS OFFERS ONLINE RESERVATION SERVICE


CVPS by Service Tracking


Systems now offers online reservation capabilities. Customers input their personal, vehicle, service, and flight information into a web page, and receive a bar coded valet parking pass when complete. At the location, all customer data is automatically input by the valet with one bar code scan.


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GENETEC’S AUTOVU FOR LICENSE PLATE INVENTORY AT AIRPORTS


With AutoVu Sharp cameras


mounted on a vehicle, airport officials can now use Genetec’s license plate recognition system, AutoVu, to automatically collect an inventory of vehicles in a parking lot and then generate


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reports such as daily inventory or daily activity reports (added or removed vehicles from the parking lot) or advanced queries on the inventory for the number of days a vehicle was parked or the location of a specific vehicle.


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