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Synectics will preview the new Synergy 3 ‘Gold’ release at this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo 2016, at London Olympia from Tuesday, April 19.

Visitors to stand L41 can see live demonstrations of this version of Synectics’ Synergy 3 software – which features new capabilities designed to aid operator productivity and reactiveness. Incident management tools have been reviewed, with new features including the ability to bookmark activity (supporting collaborative investigation), and create commentary in the video timeline for improved incident context during evidentiary review.

The latest evolution of Synergy 3 also now enables users to integrate real-time social feeds and links to Government Threat Level Indicators, for situational awareness. Workflow creation, metadata recording, data mining and statistical reporting capabilities have also all been enhanced to aid effective incident investigation, management and review, the developers add.

The latest evolution of Synectics’ field-proven technology also features in-built health check monitoring as an additional level of resilience to prevent system downtime.

Group demonstrations of Synergy 3’s expanded functionality, and one-to-one sessions, will be available throughout the show.

David Aindow, Product and Technology Director at Synectics, said: “Security and Counter Terror Expo aims to support those responsible for protecting people and assets from all forms of threat. It’s an ethos so closely aligned with our technologies that it is a real privilege to attend and showcase solutions that have the potential to make a vital difference to mission critical operations such as transport and infrastructure projects, oil and gas developments and high security locations.”

As well as previewing the latest Synergy 3 release, Synectics’ will also be using the expo to offer visitors a first look at its new range of IP cameras including a PTZ, Vandal Resistant Dome and Box Camera. Synectics has developed all new cameras to include backfilling as standard, which is unique to the brand. Standard features for all cameras include tamper detection, true wide dynamic range, guaranteed real-time, 1080p HD, 60fps, H.264 and all are ONVIF Profile S compliant.

Also on show will be the COEX C3000 Thermal PTZ camera station with a rated temperature of 70 degrees C and Synectics display wall solutions.

David added: “Understanding needs and developing solutions that meet specific requirements in real world conditions is vitally important – innovation has to have a purpose. Our latest Synergy 3 release and the new Synectics cameras have been developed to meet challenges we know our customers are facing on a daily basis, like how to safeguard from data loss through backfilling technology. Their purpose is to make security, safety and incident management more efficient and effective.”


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