CNL Software demonstrated the latest version of its IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM solution at Intersec 2019, as chosen by leading law enforcement, safe city and CNI organizations in the Middle East. It also demonstrated recent enhancements to its open PSIM platform, including the accelerated processing of alarms, a more intuitive interface and a greater focus on the visualization of data.
CNL Software shared valuable insights into its work with governments, military, enterprises and cities. CNL discussed how security operations can leverage the latest technology developments such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to help identify and respond to incidents faster and more accurately.
Additionally, it highlighted its innovation with leading drone detection and defence technologies, which can help identify, track and mitigate aerial-based threats. In recent years visualization inside the control room has become increasingly important, and CNL Software along with its technology partners has been at the forefront of the visualization of assets using 3D technologies. This coupled with IPSecurityCenter’s latest dashboard capabilities was also demonstrated at Intersec.
“More than a decade ago, we set out to create a PSIM platform to transform the way organizations manage their security. Today, IPSecurityCenter is trusted by the best informed security operations in national security, ports, airports, government buildings, transportation and enterprises in the Middle East,” said Craig Menzies, General Manager – ME, “Increasingly, we are developing large scale interconnected deployments, which is where we lead the PSIM field in highly scalable solutions. Intersec is a great forum for us to share the latest on our IPSecurityCenter PSIM software, as well as best practice and trends in the industry.”
CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution provides a single view of all of an organization’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.