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The Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software company CNL Software reports that its IPSecurityCenter PSIM has received Lenel factory certification under the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). The interface between IPSecurityCenter PSIM and the Lenel OnGuard access control, video and intrusion platform provides security intelligence allowing users to react faster and more precisely to incidents, according to the firms.
Both CNL Software and Lenel have solutions deployed together in a number of enterprise level installations in the US, Europe and Middle East. This certification confirms that IPSecurityCenter will support large complex deployments of the OnGuard system, into the thousands of devices and high volumes of events.
IPSecurityCenter PSIM is certified to support integration including receiving alarms, sending events, On-boarding, Off-boarding, visitor management, live video with PTZ control, video playback, graphical access to commands, as well as extended OnGuard platform options. IPSecurityCenter offers OnGuard system users with real-time, dynamic alarm management; aggregating the information from multiple events into a single alarm. In isolation, these events may hold little significance, but when combined, they may pose a significant risk to a business, the product firms say.
Warren van der Merwe, VP Business Development at CNL Software, said: “This is part of our investment in keeping our integrations up to date with the latest version of our Technology Partners’ products. Our technology partnership with Lenel will help us to keep pushing the boundaries of what is possible within the control room.” Visit www.cnlsoftware.com.