Proximex™ is excited to be exhibiting at ISC West 2013 in Las Vegas from April 10-12. We hope you'll stop by our booth (#22097) during the show to learn more about our multiple award-winning PSIM solution, Surveillint™ and the features and benefits of our new 6.5 release.
You’re also invited to kick off ISC West with us at our booth on April 10th for our traditional Happy Hour! There will be plenty of networking, demonstrations of Surveillint, and beer!
Proximex Happy Hour
Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
2:30 to 5:00pm
Booth #22097 at ISC West
Las Vegas, NV
About Surveillint and What's New in 6.5
Proximex Surveillint is an enterprise-class physical security information management (PSIM) solution that consolidates the management of physical security systems and programs (including access control, intrusion detection, video surveillance, fire, etc.) for public and private facilities into a unified view of their environment. With Surveillint, operators receive a more integrated view of their environments, enabling them to quickly understand and respond to events. Our latest release of Surveillint has been tested and proven to outperform other PSIM solutions in the market with exciting new capabilities to enhance situational awareness, improve operator productivity and enable more functional integrations with security and surveillance systems.
New features and benefits of Surveillint 6.5 include:
- Integrates live data from the ESRI ArcGIS geographic information system (GIS), enabling operators to leverage a wide variety of map and geographically referenced data
- Enhancee user interface allowing operators to quickly identify and retrieve critical information about events
- Intuitive drag-and-drop video controls allows operators to collect information and respond more quickly
- New, in-screen camera controls enable operators to manage and operate cameras while keeping their eyes on the video
- Ability to send commands to connected third-party systems such as gate controls and access control systems through simple pull-down menus, simplifying operation and minimizing operator errors