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Johnson Controls P2000 security management system enhanced for people, property and assets protection

Published on 1 March, 2016

The P2000 from Johnson Controls, already known for integrating video surveillance, fire alarms and building management systems, now offers more options to better protect people, property and assets. Enhanced features include web-based alarm management, geo-location mapping, enhanced video technology, and mobile compatibility to Google® Android® devices that will help security personnel and building owners better assess threats and respond appropriately.

Web-based situational awareness and case management

The web-based alarm manager allows operators to see and respond to all alarms inside a facility or throughout their campus. Geo-location mapping features help users view, understand and manage what is happening in specific locations in real-time. New case management functionality also links photos, video clips, and documentation to specific alarms or security events for investigation and archiving needs.

Enhanced video viewer and recorder

The P2000 has a new, more robust video application for viewing live and recorded video from integrated third-party video management systems. The video viewer currently supports Aimetis Symphony® and P2000 VMS. It will also interface with ONVIF® profile G compliant video management systems.

Compatibility with additional mobile applications

The P2000’s Wi-Fi mobile applications are now available for Google Android devices.

“We’ve updated the P2000 to help address our customers’ ever-evolving needs. Building security is all about access to the right information at the right time, especially when seconds matter. The P2000 delivers that and more,” said Laura Farnham, Vice President and General Manager, Security and Fire North America, Johnson Controls.

Additional features also include mobile door locking controls, and enhanced user identification tools for monitoring, assessing and managing individual access to doorways and access points.

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