Published on 9 December, 2014
|The IPSecurityCenter provides a single view of all of an organisation's mission critical security systems
CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing new enhancements to its IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM solution, as chosen by leading law enforcement, safe city and critical infrastructure organisations in the Middle East, at Intersec 2015.
Intersec is the leading international meeting platform for the Security & Safety industry in the Middle East. Intersec 2015 is the 17th edition and is located at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event is under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
“We know that the Middle East is leading the world in the implementation of complex, customised command and control solutions. Intersec has been a great place for us to share PSIM information and best practices as well as discussing new projects, partnerships and ideas”, says Daniel Bloodworth, General Manager - ME. “We have a number of exciting developments to discuss at Intersec, such as our growing footprint in the region and product enhancements including Federation, video export, advanced alarm correlation and improved mapping.”
Bloodworth continues, "We are finding that agencies responsible for Safe City and Critical Infrastructure projects, in particular, are now looking towards 'Federated' solutions. These solutions allow standalone PSIM deployments at facilities such as law enforcement, highways and critical infrastructure to work collaboratively with each other; handing over control to a dedicated emergency response centre in the event of large-scale, emergency situations. We look forward to having discussions about this and other aspects of PSIM at the show."
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.