For many organizations, managing safety and security can be a daunting task. Threats are increasing and risks are becoming increasingly diverse. Operations also continue to grow, involving more systems, more data and many more users.
All of this can be difficult to manage, and costly to control. Making sense of all your information is hard enough during normal operations. When a critical event unfolds and information floods into your organization, it can be overwhelming. You need to get the right information to the right people at the right time to protect your people and facilities and ensure operational continuity.
Control Center correlates events from disparate safety and security systems into a common operating picture to focus people’s attention on what really matters. The platform provides users with actionable alerts, next step actions, and automated reporting to better manage risks, ensure compliance with operating procedures and support your business continuity. Automated workflows ensure rapid, consistent responses, reducing the risk of human error. It also facilitates direct device activation to ensure you are always in operational control and protecting your people. Dynamic reports and dashboards provide real-time actionable insights for your operations teams and senior executives.
Control your assets through a single common operating picture, not as isolated systems and data. Control centrally and work independently through federated architecture for global deployments.
Automate decision-making and compliance procedures to ensure that the appropriate process is followed for any given situation. Have confidence that a consistent response is used in accordance with your standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Automate actions and consistent next step tasks to accelerate response times, such as activating response teams or triggering instructions to other systems.
An open integration platform and existing library of 250+ drivers enables you to avoid big-bang expenses by taking a more evolutionary approach to new technology spend.
Focus attention and ensure compliance with an orchestration engine that correlates events and maintains security and auditability.
Improve efficiencies, effectiveness and visibility through automating performance reporting and real-time dashboards that are configured to your organizational requirements.
With Control Center, your organization can be safe, secure, and in operational control. Now and in the future.
Bringing together disparate security systems, multiple command and control centers, plus numerous procedures and processes. Corporations rely on Control Center to reduce nuisance alarms and consolidate information. All local alerts can be immediately routed via Control Center directly to guards’ phones/emails, so only escalated alarms require attention in the command and control center(s).read more
Integrating disparate security and emergency management subsystems can be cumbersome. Companies need to manage devices, and sensors across multiple states and service areas, including: nuclear plants, coal-fired plants, natural gas plants, renewable resource sites, and hydroelectric plants.read more
Protecting billions of passenger journeys per year, transportation companies use Control Center to connect security cameras into a single common operating picture, to protect passengers and travelers.read more
The range of integrated technologies varies from the unification of access control systems and CCTV systems, to the ability to integrate airport operations databases (AODB), video analytics, facial recognition, BLE/WiFi/RFID tracking, and many other advanced technologies into the central airport security management platform, for both airside and landside operations.read more
Helping financial institutions to meet regulatory and compliance requirements while maintaining operational continuity is paramount. Control Center integrates technologies to identify potential threats and protect assets while minimizing business disruption.read more
Agencies require real-time situational awareness ensuring local facilities’ system availability. Agencies may use 2D and 3D geospatial information system (GIS) maps and other mission-specific plug-in framework-enabled integrations and applications.read more
Managing customers in your facilities and protecting your workforce takes on new meaning during critical events, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Security executives need to adapt to meet these challenges head-on, driving timely responses to protect people and assets.read more
Staying ahead of security threats is paramount for top executives, and each year, those threats become increasingly complex. This guide gathers useful insights from top companies who have deployed some of the largest and most sophisticated security systems around the world.read more
Every CEO has a societal responsibility to consider how they manage security within their enterprise: to safeguard employees, facilities, and assets while ensuring business continuity.
Leading an enterprise today is not for the faint‐hearted, and therefore, proactively managing security needs an informed and decisive CEO.