TDSi - Guide to integration of security systems and its benefits
There’s no doubt that ‘Integration’ has become something of a buzz word in the security industry in recent years. Manufacturers are keen to stress to prospective clients the ability of their products to integrate with others. At the same time, clients are increasingly searching for truly integrated solutions which will allow them to not only maximise the capabilities of each individual product, but more importantly to enjoy the benefits that only true integration can deliver.
There is a danger that ‘integration’ becomes a slightly over-used claim; so what do we actually mean by a term that potentially covers a multitude of definitions and probably means many different things to many different people? At its most basic level, it’s possible to define integration as the act of combining two or more separate items with the aim making the whole more effective than the sum of the individual parts.
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