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Genetec at ISC West 2017

At the ISC West 2017 show in Las Vegas in April, the IP security management software company Genetec is due to unveil the latest version of Security Center, its IP security product, plus a new retail intelligence application aimed at retail marketing and operations users. The company will also showcase its new case management software, Genetec Clearance, for managing multimedia data in law enforcement.

Security Center 5.6 features an updated HTML5-based web client, new security hardware integrations to SimonsVoss electronic locks and the Mercury Security MS Bridge, and the ability to use number plates as access control credentials with the new AutoVu SharpV camera.

The company will exhibit the latest in its Synergis access control system, part of Security Center. As a Mercury Security Platinum-Elite partner, Genetec now officially supports a new integration to the Mercury Security MS Bridge that allows organisations to migrate their access control.

Genetec will also introduce the AutoVu SharpV automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera, which offers the Canadian firm says physical access control when paired with the Synergis Cloud Link appliance. Access to a facility through a gate can now be managed by granting or denying access based on vehicle number plates assigned to cardholders as credentials, with detailed access rights and schedules. A user can also make use of the ANPR analytics.

Retail

Visitors will also be able to see the recently announced Genetec Retail Intelligence application. Presented through an intuitive web dashboard, this new product gathers information and performance metrics across single or multiple store locations and integrates with point of sale systems.

Genetec Clearance

Also on display will be Genetec Clearance, for case management of investigations, enabling sharing of multimedia evidence such as from Security Center and other video management systems, body-worn cameras, in-car video, and smartphone footage from bystanders.


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