Published on 15 January, 2014
|The PSIA specifications deliver a wide range of security solutions based on easily integrated tools and systems
“The New Year is still young, and the PSIA already has a variety of projects under way that build on our many accomplishments in 2013.
- We're planning a Plugfest for products and systems based on our Area Control specification, version 2.0 of which was released late last year.
- Our Recording and Content Management (RaCM) specification is being enhanced with the addition of a software profile. RaCM-compliant systems can easily integrate digital video data into their functions.
- ISC West planning is under way, and we hope to have significant announcements there about PSIA-compliant product releases as well as developments with the new Physical-Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification.
While the above initiatives are a great start, we need our members' support to help us surpass our 2013 achievements. The PSIA specifications deliver what users want: a wide range of security solutions based on easily integrated tools and systems that cost less to implement, manage and maintain. That adds up to a competitive advantage for security vendors compliant with PSIA specifications. If you make only one resolution this year, resolve to comply with our great specifications.” David Bunzel, Executive Director, the PSIA