ISC East is back in the Big Apple once again and it’s always a great place to check out some of the latest Honeywell technologies. You won’t want to miss the Honeywell booth (#500) at the Jacob Javits Convention Center to see these highlights:
LYNX Touch 5100: This very cool self-contained wireless security system has a brilliant touch screen display and supports Z-Wave devices for home automation. LYNX Touch 5100 also supports Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services, and with both Wi-Fi and 4G on-board, it offers the most powerful alarm communications solution in the industry.
Tuxedo Touch: This powerful home and business controller now supports Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services and lets you offer a full range of local and remote home automation services while leveraging the robust security capabilities of VISTA control panels.
MAXPRO Cloud: A hosted service that lets you access video anytime and anywhere, while assuring that the video will be there when you need it most. The user can manage and view multiple sites from a single login and always be up to date on the latest features without a service call.
MAXPRO Family: From entry level to enterprise, there is a Honeywell open standard IP video solution for you. Ask us about how you can easily upgrade existing analog systems with MAXPRO NVR Hybrid and IP Encoders.
WIN-PAK/WIN-PAK-CS: A software suite offering a range of solutions from access control to a fully integrated security solution – and even an option that provides managed services.
Where to Eat: And of course, you’re likely to work up a big appetite checking out these great products. So where does one eat around the Jacob Javits Convention Center? I was impressed with the exhaustive list published on the Eataku blog in advance of the recent New York Comic Con in October (another fun trade show). The Eataku blog is written by C.B. Cebulski, a talent scout for Marvel Comics. So check out his restaurant list here and let us know if you have any favorites.