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CNL Software partners with Infinova on Safe Smart Cities programme, showcases IPSecurityCenter PSIM at Secutech India

Published on 18 April, 2016
As a first step this partnership has enabled the integration of IPSecurityCenter PSIM with Infinova’s V2217 Video Management System
CNL Software will be demonstrating its IPSecurityCenter PSIM alongside Infinova at Secutech India 2016 in Mumbai

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce it is partnering with Infinova on Safe Smart Cities programmes in India and will be demonstrating its award winning IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM technology alongside Infinova at Secutech India in Mumbai on April 21-23, 2016.

The transformation of 100 cities into Smart Cities is planned across India; each city will be equipped with the infrastructure to offer pan-city elements including safety and security. Combining the latest PSIM and video surveillance technologies, CNL Software and Infinova offer an integrated situation management solution to enable Safe Smart Cities - maintaining the safety of citizens, the protection of critical infrastructure and the security of travel & transportation.

Provide visual intelligence in real-time to right people

“Safety and security are foundation stones for any smart city, as without them there will be no investment in the complex solutions needed to improve efficiency”, comments Milind Borkar, Vice President of Sales, at Infinova. “Given the safety and security challenges faced within key cities in India today, we see our video technology playing a critical role in providing the surveillance needed on the ground. Our partnership with CNL Software and integration with IPSecurityCenter PSIM ensures that the visual intelligence is provided in real-time to the right people; ensuring greater preparedness and faster response to potential threats.”

“Statistics show that urban areas are expected to house 40% of India’s population and will contribute a staggering 75% of India’s GDP within the next 15 years. Protecting these vast cities is therefore mission critical for India’s long-term economic success. With one of the fastest growing economies in the world, India has embraced technology and continues to invest in improving the future for all of its citizens”, adds Keith Bloodworth, CEO, at CNL Software. “India’s latest Smart City programme is a great example of forward thinking, ensuring major cities are connected, intelligent and most of all secure. We are pleased to be partnered with Infinova to provide Safe Smart City programs in India.”

Allows intelligent integration of wide range of security and homeland defence technologies

IPSecurityCenter PSIM is deployed in some of the largest safe city security programmes today in global cities such as Washington DC, US, London, UK and Manchester, UK, supporting security and safety of citizens, visitors, commerce and infrastructure. IPSecurityCenter PSIM allows the intelligent integration of range of security and homeland defence technologies such as video surveillance and analytics, facial recognition, License Plate Recognition (LPR), crowd monitoring, gunshot detection, CBRNe, geospatial mapping and tracking.

As a first step this partnership has enabled the integration of IPSecurityCenter PSIM with Infinova’s V2217 Video Management System, adding PSIM benefits to its rich VMS features. Infinova’s strengths within city surveillance have already been recognised in India, and has ensured a successful track record within safe city projects. This success can be attributed to its advanced video management capabilities, which ensures cities can maximise their investment in legacy analogue systems, and provides a migration path to IP System without the need for additional investments.

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