Mesh Without Wires

October 6, 2010

#ASIS10 Giveaway: Firetide Devil Duckie Is Retiring!

Filed under: Physical Security,Wireless Mesh — kseniacoffman @ 2:30 pm
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Firetide devil duckie

The "infamous" Firetide devil duckie

Well, technically we retired the “infamous” (as some people used to say) devil duckies a few years ago. At every trade show we’d give out several thousands of them. At Interop 2005 it was mentioned as the most memorable give-away. But the company grew up, and the devil duckie was deemed not serious enough.

We recently came across the last two boxes, so we will be handing them out at the ASIS 2010 show in Dallas. When they are gone, they are gone! Be sure to get yours at our booth 3824. Stop by early if you want to get one; they may not last long.

If you are on twitter, follow @firetide and @kseniacoffman for updates from the show. Official Twitter hash tag is #ASIS10. I will also be attending the ASIS tour of the Dallas Police Department wireless surveillance system and monitoring center (Monday October 10), so look for my updates on that as well.

Dallas has been using Firetide since 2007 for their municipal video mesh system, and that was one of the deployments that put Firetide on the map for public safety video surveillance. So it will be very rewarding to see the system live.

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By: Ksenia Coffman – Connect with me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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