US – IP security systems player Genetec has introduced Mission Control, a Decision Support System (DSS) that it says will provide security professionals with new levels of situational intelligence, system visualisation, and incident management.
Designed to work seamlessly with Security Center – the company’s unified security platform that combines video surveillance, access control, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) and communications management – Mission Control aims to simplify the operator’s tasks and decision making process when handling routine activities and undesirable situations.
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Genetec’s Mission Control is expected to be available in Q4 2016, and will be demonstrated at the ASIS 62nd Annual International Seminar and Exhibits in Orlando, Florida from 12-15 September.
Suited to meet the operational needs of larger, multi-site deployments in markets such as higher education and transportation, Mission Control has been created to give operators a holistic, unified, and map-centric view of their entire security infrastructure.
Mission Control will also move beyond the capabilities of traditional security platforms, enabling organisations to manage the entire lifecycle of incidents and situations, from monitoring incoming sensor data and detecting incidents, all the way through to resolution and auditing.
Organisations will also be able to define their response strategy and contingency plans in advance.