Published on 2 June, 2016
|PANCOM and PAC will showcase their product ranges and security solutions, including multi-site integrated systems
High level integrated security systems specialist PACOM and access control solutions manufacturer PAC will be exhibiting together at this year’s IFSEC (21st-23rd June at ExCel, London) to showcase their product ranges and security solutions, from multi-site integrated systems to single door controllers.
Integrated security management
PACOM, a global leader in Integrated Security Management will be demonstrating two of its software solutions along with some third party integrator offerings at IFSEC this year: PACOM GMS modular client-server global site management application for remote management of multiple sites and PACOM Unison, a campus based integrated security management platform.
PACOM GMS integrates alarms, access control, video, security and building automation into a single, remotely-accessible system. Successfully used over the years in banking, utility, transport and retail sectors around the world, PACOM GMS can be operated in house or outsourced to a third party, or a combination of both.
PACOM GMS will be displayed at IFSEC along with the PACOM 8000 series hardware, including the 8002 and 8003 integrated access control and alarm controllers. The PACOM 8002 is one of a select few controllers available in the market today to have been certified to EN 50131 Grade 4 – the highest security standard for alarm security level and signalling. PACOM 8002 can therefore be used in the most demanding high security environments, including military, government and banking and finance installations. In addition to the controllers, a range of peripheral devices will be displayed, including the PACOM PREMIUM TOUCH reader with its unique 3.2’’ touch screen which can be configured to display any logo or image to reinforce a company’s branding.
Offering an open protocol management system designed and engineered for maximum flexibility and ease of use, PACOM Unison will also be displayed at IFSEC. PACOM Unison has been designed for universities, healthcare and campus based installations where local management is required. The open architecture of the management platform allows for integration of leading security and alarm systems on the market, including intruder detection, access control, fire detection, video, intercom, assets and keys on one unified platform, making it a convenient and cost-effective security management solution.
PACOM GMS will be displayed at
IFSEC along with the PACOM 8000
series hardware, including the 8002
and 8003 integrated access control
and alarm controllers
PACOM has extensive experience across a range of industries, including the banking sector, which has been acknowledged by its inclusion in CIO Review’s ‘20 Most Promising Banking Technology Solution Providers 2016’.
Reliable access control solutions
Exhibiting with PACOM at IFSEC will be PAC, renowned for its versatile, reliable access control solutions along with an innovative approach which challenges the market to continuously raise the standard of access control and security. This year is no different, with PAC launching an exciting new service for customers: Secure Hosting of Access Control Data. Designed to be both ultra-secure and cost-effective, PAC’s cloud-based hosting service enables important site and keyholder information to be securely stored, with a full and stable backup which allows end users to readily manage the operation of their system 24/7. In Addition, no change is required to the type of connection at the customer site due the flexible tiers of access to the system when using this service.
PAC will also be displaying a selection of some of its latest product releases, including Oneprox GS3 HF Vandal and Panel readers which provide an effective solution to token cloning; PAC 512IP two-door controller which communicates via IP, GSM/GPRS or Telephone Modem; the feature rich PAC 212 two-door standalone controller with enabled local programming of credentials; and the Over Air IP which enables users to choose the most appropriate form of communication for their needs.