CNL Software, globally renowned developer of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software solution, is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at Intersec 2020. CNL will focus on the technology that is driving the digital transformation of control rooms across the Middle East region. CNL will be joined by Cepton Technologies, Inc. a developer of industry-leading 3D sensing solutions, who will be showcasing their latest correlation of LiDAR data with real time video visualisation. Scalable and secure PSIM solutions CNL Software will share valuable insights into its open, adaptable, scalable and secure PSIM solutions CNL Software will share valuable insights into its open, adaptable, scalable and secure PSIM solutions as chosen by regional governments, military, enterprises and cities. It will discuss how security operations can leverage the latest technology developments such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to help to identify and respond to incidents faster and more accurately. “CNL IPSecurityCenter is trusted by the best-informed security operations in the Middle East to provide proactive control from a central command center and supports autonomous local operations”, said Craig Menzies, General Manager – Middle East for CNL Software. “The region is changing, we are seeing the digitalisation of control rooms as organisations evolve to meet today’s security challenges. CNL is driving this within our customers, enabling them to leverage from the best of breed technologies.” Integration with IPSecurityCenter When integrated with IPSecurityCenter, Cepton further enhances the industry’s most comprehensive PSIM system solution, providing users with access to more of the tools they need to quickly see, understand, assess and properly resolve perimeter security and surveillance incidents, consistently. “For the first time in the Middle East, Cepton will be showcasing the correlation of LiDAR data with real time video visualisation. From a technical perspective the camera will be calibrated into a common coordinate system with the LiDAR. As a result, it will provide 3D world coordinates from the LiDAR onto a 2D video stream,” said Neil Huntingdon, VP Business Development at Cepton. LiDAR network detection Neil further adds, ”This ground breaking system provides instant video confirmation of targets detected by the LiDAR network, which will reduce false positives and allow threats to be identified faster. We have also created targeted zones for critical areas, where we can use superior algorithms without the need for additional computing hardware. This functionality also allows us target sections of video, which can be stored in high-resolution while the rest is stored in lower resolutions leading to increased efficiency and reducing the need for expensive processing and storage.”
CNL Software, global supplier of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will be demonstrating the latest version of its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution, as chosen by leading law enforcement, Safe City and CNI organisations in the Middle East. It will demonstrate recent enhancements to its open PSIM platform, including the accelerated processing of alarms, a more intuitive interface and a greater focus on the visualisation of data. Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning CNL Software will share valuable insights into its work with governments, military, enterprises and cities. It will discuss how security operations can leverage the latest technology developments such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to help to identify and respond to incidents faster and more accurately. Additionally, it will highlight its innovation with leading drone detection and defence technologies, which can help to identify, track and mitigate aerial-based threats. In recent years, visualisation inside the control room has become increasingly important, and CNL Software, along with its technology partners, has been at the forefront of the visualisation of assets using 3D technologies. This coupled with IPSecurityCenter’s latest dashboard capabilities will also be demonstrated at Intersec. Intersec is a great forum for us to share the latest on our IPSecurityCenter PSIM software, as well as best practice and trends in the industry" IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution “More than a decade ago, we set out to create a PSIM platform to transform the way organisations manage their security. Today, IPSecurityCenter is trusted by the best-informed security operations in national security, ports, airports, government buildings, transportation and enterprises in the Middle East”, says Craig Menzies, General Manager – ME. “Increasingly, we are developing large scale interconnected deployments, which is where we lead the PSIM field in highly scalable solutions. Intersec is a great forum for us to share the latest on our IPSecurityCenter PSIM software, as well as best practice and trends in the industry.” CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution provides a single view of all of an organisation’s mission critical security systems, increasing emergency preparedness, delivering intelligence to the point of need and providing process guidance to enhance security responses. Layouts, sequences and process guidance can be created in Arabic and operators are able to work using Arabic to view alarms, search for cameras and locations as well as display maps, gauges, charts and address details.
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, will be presenting its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution on its stand at the International Security National Resilience Exhibition & Conference (ISNR) in Abu Dhabi, 2018. CNL Software has invited AXIS Communications and Quanergy to demonstrate automated threat detection, tracking and escalation in real time using the latest PSIM, LiDAR and video technologies. CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, will be presenting its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution on its stand at (ISNR) CNL Software continues to invest heavily in the middle east region, and has already established a fully functioning team based in Abu Dhabi, which offers operations, sales, delivery, support and development capabilities to support its PSIM customers and partners in the Middle East. CNL collaborates with Quanergy and Axis Communications “For this year’s ISNR, we took a different approach to the exhibition. We are excited about our collaboration with Quanergy and Axis Communications, as they share the same passion for technology and innovation within the security industry,” says Craig Menzies, General Manager, CNL Software – ME. “Combining IPSecurityCenter’s rules based processing power, with the ability to automatically detect and track preprogramed threats offers unparalleled automation capabilities within the control room. Not only does this enable greater efficiencies within security, automation offers greater resilience as these systems work day and night, rain or shine”. “Quanergy’s LiDAR sensor and Qortex perception software increase the efficiency of an organisations security capability significantly, which is enhanced through IPSecurityCenter, by detecting, tracking and classifying threats in real-time, and controlling the AXIS Communications PTZ camera to follow a unique subject throughout a designated area,” says Dr. Louay Eldada, CEO of Quanergy. “This unique blend of hardware and software provides an integrated platform with CNL Software and AXIS for an entirely new level of security automation and smart awareness.” This unique blend of hardware and software provides an integrated platform with CNL Software and AXIS" Platform for regional decision makers The solution offers major advancements within critical infrastructure protection, corporate security, retail security, mass transportation systems, safe city programs, policing, ports and a variety of other sectors within the global security industry. “ISNR has established itself as a leading regional show for fire and security professionals. The UAE Ministry of Interior and Reed Exhibitions have done a fantastic job in creating a platform to engage with regional decision makers,” says Adlan Hussain, VP Marketing - CNL Software. “Our PSIM technology has become the region’s leading integration and management product for mission critical environments. ISNR has been part of that journey, allowing us to meet with the right people to demonstrate the unique capabilities of IPSecurityCenter.”
CNL Software, a developer of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, has announced that it will be demonstrating its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution, as chosen by leading law enforcement, Safe City and CNI organisations in the Middle East, on booth S1-C27 at Intersec Dubai 2018. CNL Software will also be presenting on the Promise Technology EMEA booth SA-C28 during the show. Intersec has become the region’s premium trade platform on security and safety, and this year will celebrate its 20th edition. As the largest and most diverse, the show’s influence has spread not only across the Middle East and Africa plus the Indian subcontinent but has gone well beyond, offering thousands of influential trade buyers the latest security and safety solutions and exciting new opportunities from the world’s best brands. Enhancing emergency preparedness “CNL Software has been attending Intersec for nearly a decade, and has always proved to be a great place for security professionals from the region to come together to share PSIM information and best practices. This year we have already been overwhelmed with requests for meetings during the show,” says Craig Menzies, General Manager - Middle East at CNL Software. “Critical infrastructure projects are likely to be a high priority, with the regions focus on security hardening at key sites. PSIM is already proving to be a cost-efficient method of integrating and managing enterprise wide visual, data and resource intelligence for mission critical environments.” CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM Solution provides a single view of an organisation’s critical security and life safety systems, increasing emergency preparedness, delivering intelligence to the point of need and providing process guidance to enhance security responses. IPSecurityCenter allows layouts, sequences and process guidance to be created in Arabic. Operators are able to work using Arabic to view alarms, search for cameras and locations as well as display maps, gauges, charts and address details.
Craig combines a unique blend of technical expertise with business acumen and management experience CNL Software, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announced that it has appointed Craig Menzies to the role of General Manager - Middle East, to assume direct responsibility for all customer-facing departments as the company prepares for further expansion in the region. IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution Craig joins CNL Software from Tyco Fire & Security UAE where he was the Security Division Manager, overseeing multi-disciplinary teams working on state-of-the-art security solutions for high profile projects including Dolphin Energy, KOC, Abu Dhabi Airports Company, and the Road Transport Authority. He brings over 30 years’ experience of providing technology leadership and innovation in security solutions, of which 25 have been spent in the Middle East, resulting in an in-depth understanding of customers and partners in the region. “We are excited to have Craig join CNL Software in the Middle East, particularly at a time when we are strengthening our teams globally and deepening collaboration with our partners to support the growing demand for our IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution,” says James Condron, VP Global Sales & Marketing at CNL Software. “Craig’s understanding of the local market and his experience of managing both delivery and commercial teams in the region will be a great asset for CNL Software.” Business acumen and management experience “Aside from security, CNL Software has the right approach and technology to contribute towards regional smart programmes” “I have worked alongside CNL Software for several years on some exceptional security programmes and believe firmly in the solution the company has to offer. I am delighted to join an already impressive team with a great track record of innovation and with the aptitude to shape the future of security within the region,” adds Craig Menzies. “Aside from security, CNL Software has the right approach and technology to contribute towards regional smart programmes, such as the ‘UAE Strategy for the Future’ which encompasses the future of smart technology to support national development.” As a proven security and technology senior sales executive, Craig combines a unique blend of technical expertise with business acumen and management experience. His career has ensured the development of close relationships with key decision makers in multi-faceted industries identifying partners for large-scale projects enhancing the UAE’s technology capabilities and security position on a worldwide platform. He will assume the role of General Manager from Daniel Bloodworth, who has been promoted to Global Strategic Account Director as part of the strengthening of the company’s Global Business Development Team.
The awards recognise resellers for delivering complex integrated projects and helping to grow the CEM business CEM Systems, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 CEM Business Partners of the Year Awards, EMEA. FES Group received the CEM Business Partner of the Year Award for the UK and Ireland, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security for Europe, Tyco Fire and Security UAE for the Middle East, and Acti-Tech for Africa. The winners were announced at the prestigious and annual CEM EMEA Conference, Belfast. EMEA Business Partner of the Year Awards CEM resellers supply, install and service CEM security management systems throughout the world. As CEM Business Partners of the Year for EMEA, resellers are recognised for their work in delivering complex integrated projects and helping to grow the CEM business in their respective geographic markets. “It’s an honour to award our top resellers with the 2016 CEM Business Partner of the year awards,” said Philip Verner, Regional Sales Director, EMEA, CEM Systems. “Our partners are critical to our success and with our 2016 Business Partner Awards winners we have significantly grown CEM sales in their respective markets. These awards not only recognise our business partners for sales delivered but also for their commitment towards accredited CEM training and joint marketing initiatives. We look forward to our continued strong relationship with all our business partners and customers”. FES Group, UK & Ireland FES Group received this year’s award for UK & Ireland in recognition of their excellent technical expertise and ability to deliver large, integrated solutions particularly within Educational and Healthcare environments. FES Group also exhibited commitment to training and gaining understanding of the value proposition of the CEM advanced offerings and are proactively promoting the solutions widely. “It is great to be recognised by CEM as their UK & Ireland business partner of the year 2016. Together we have secured some great customers, and we look forward to further success as we continue to build our relationship,” said an FES Spokesperson from the Fire/ Security & Alarms Services Division, FES Support Services. Tyco Integrated Fire & Security, Netherlands Tyco Integrated Fire & Security, Netherlands won the award for Europe. Their success was attributed, among other things, to their industry leading experience in deploying integrated projects throughout The Netherlands. “CEM’s AC2000 access control and security management system provides a highly secure solution that integrates with a range of third party security providers, including video, fire and intrusion. This makes it the ideal choice to deploy in complex projects. AC2000 can also be deployed by customers using one central server for multiple buildings. This architecture saves customers money and is more flexible when they need access control in multiple sites,” said Hugo van Vliet, Account Manager High End Security, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security. Tyco Fire and Security UAE Tyco Fire and Security UAE were given the award for Middle East in recognition of their continued success in representing and promoting CEM in the region. “This award is great recognition for the work we have done with CEM Systems to secure a range of prestigious customers throughout the year,” said Craig Menzies, Security Division Manager, Tyco Fire and Security UAE. Acti-Tech, Africa In the Africa category, security distributor Acti-Tech was awarded for their project work and for their continued investment in supporting CEM through their demonstration facilities and major African exhibitions. “We are delighted to accept this award. CEM’s AC2000 access control continues to provide the highest levels of resilient and scalable security, which we have successfully deployed in the government, public, private corporate sectors and many others. We look forward to continuing to build our knowledge of CEM solutions, and developing our relationship with CEM,” said Augustus Chalokwu, CTO, Acti-Tech.
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