Published on 3 March, 2014
|CNL Software will be hosted in the Pelco booth as part of Pelco’s focus on open interoperability
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will demonstrate its latest PSIM software with Pelco by Schneider Electric, a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of IP-based video security systems, software and services at ISC West at the Sands Expo Convention Centre, Las Vegas.
CNL Software will join more than 1000 exhibitors at the largest physical security show in North America. ISC West’s education programs are designed to keep the industry informed on the most relevant products, technologies, and strategies in today’s evolving security market. One of these technologies is PSIM, which will feature in a number of education sessions.
CNL Software will be hosted in the Pelco booth as part of Pelco’s focus on open interoperability through its Partner First Program. CNL Software was invited to demonstrate its PSIM platform, IPSecurityCenter, used in conjunction with the Digital Sentry and Endura product groups. The two companies are currently collaborating on projects including a Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) solution for a major refinery and a corporate solution for one of the largest international blue chip PSIM projects in the world.
“CNL Software was one of the early ‘Partner First Program’ members and has since been actively working with us to enable users to build resilient integrated security solutions”, explains Jeremy Hoyos, Integration Business Development Manager at Pelco. “Together we are working on a number of projects where Pelco and Schneider products are being used in conjunction with IPSecurityCenter PSIM for complex mission critical security systems.”
“We are delighted to partner with Pelco at ISC West this year. This partnership is in-line with our view of providing technologically advanced solutions to manage Physical Security operations through a single interface, ensuring the safety of people, property and infrastructure,” says Warren van der Merwe, Director of Engineering, CNL Software Americas. “In an age of increasing demand for inter-operability between all business systems, this is a very positive step forward. It will help build security systems that are more connected, more intelligent and most importantly, more secure.”