Centralize Security -
State-of-the-art security systems often consist of many components, each with their own protocols and unique specifications. With a security control center, you can enhance your access control solution to combine, operate, control and monitor all of the components.
In addition to the connection of all subsystems, such as video cameras, fire and intrusion detection systems and building control systems, security zones, for example, can also be defined using a floor plan. This allows you to immediately react to a possibly dangerous situation.
Installed security equipment, such as terminals or door contacts, are linked to the floor plan views of indoor and outdoor areas and displayed in the security control center. Thus, your security officers are always informed about the current security status. If a potentially dangerous situation is identified and reported, the area concerned can be localized immediately. At the same time, visual or audible alarm messages are created and communicated. Automated countermeasures, such as the activation of cameras, are implemented to support security personnel.
Reacting to an incident in the best way possible requires an overall system that is easy to operate. With its logical graphical layout and intuitive user interface, the security control center provides users with an effective and simple tool. Further features include: