Multi-system control and innovation unveiled at IFSEC, stand IF2120
BRACKNELL, UNITED KINGDOM, 18 JUNE 2019 – Transforming the way security teams monitor, manage and control multiple systems, Maxxess is launching its new, open-architecture InSite solution at IFSEC International, (London ExCel 18-20 June, stand IF2120).
Maxxess InSite™ is a cyber-secure, cloud-based service that has been developed to give organisations impressive new levels of situational awareness and allow the most rapid, coordinated response to wide range of incidents, both emergency and non-emergency.
InSite can pull data from a wide array of security and safety systems and infrastructure thanks to its open-architecture design. Applications range from device fault monitoring, maintenance tracking and reporting, to incident handling and emergency response coordination.
For large organisations, or those with complex sites or multiple premises to manage, InSite reduces complexity and allows seamless central control.
It lets day-to-day operations to be managed more efficiently, identifying problems early and reducing risks, and it enables more effective coordination during emergency incidents.
“InSite doesn’t simply integrate disparate systems, it unifies their capabilities and makes them more powerful in use,” said Lee Copland, Managing Director, Maxxess EMEA.
“InSite pulls together critical security infrastructure and systems – everything from cameras to door controls – bringing everything under a single operating umbrella, and unifying their functions to allow rapid communications, analysis and action.”
InSite joins Maxxess’s full suite of advanced control solutions, including the Ambit family of mobile apps and the eFusion security management platform.
Ambit allows system controllers to link with remote personnel via their personal devices, enabling alerts, notifications, status assessment and functions including video surveillance support.
And eFusion integrates seamlessly with more than 60 off-the-shelf systems from leading vendors, including surveillance, access control, fire and intruder systems with back-office processes.
For managers and teams that need to be mobile, the Maxxess MX+ client gives secure web access to eFusion controls and functions via smartphones and tablets.
The full suite of Maxxess technologies will be on show at IFSEC, providing complete solutions for organisations looking to streamline their operations and improve control of multi-system infrastructure.
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