Cisco team will show how security end-users are solving interoperability issues with PSIA specifications
specifications in action at theit Enterprise User Interoperability Showcase on September 23 at 4:30 p.m. at the Hilton Chicago!
The Cisco internal Safety and Security Team (SSBR) monitors over 10,000 access control readers and over 60,000 alarm and intrusion points at Cisco buildings globally, so it needs to easily monitor alarms from disparate access control and intrusion detection systems. As an end-user of security products, SSBR recognises that a standards based approach to integration has great benefits over other traditional approaches to system integration.
At the PSIA Enterprise User Interoperability Showcase at ASIS 2013, Cisco's Deon Chatterton, Senior Manager, and SSBR team members will demonstrate how security systems end-users can easily include alarm events, status and control data from disparate access, intrusion, and video systems into web-based monitoring and control applications using PSIA specifications.
Don't miss the opportunity to see how security end-users are solving interoperability issues with PSIA specifications. Register today to see this demo and hear from other security end-users and industry thought leaders. (Please forward this invitation to colleagues and peers interested in standards-based interoperability for the physical security industry, too.)