Video Surveillance, Access Control, Perimeter Detection, Alarm Systems, Help Points: all these applications are designed to keep you safe.
But they are all stand-alone, different systems speaking different languages.
That means they can’t talk to each other. And you have to talk a lot of different language to each of them.
If they were people you would need a professor of linguistics to communicate with all of them.
And that’s not safe.
How many languages do you speak?
Assuming you are not a linguist but you are someone responsible for security and keeping people safe, then you would need a different interface to communicate with each application.
A surveillance keyboard for video. A computer workstation for Access Control. Another workstation for Alarms. A telephone for Help Points.
That’s a bad use of your time and capital.
All for one and one for all.
With IndigoVision you get a single application that speaks to and controls all the others. It’s our “stand-together” model of communication, where everything talks to each other in one language: ours.
Our linguistic experts are called Integration Modules. They act as translators so the various surveillance applications can speak to you and you can speak to them.
They convert all the applications, puts them into a single application - Control Center. Control Center then makes the information smart and actionable.
It clears your desk as it clears your mind. Forget the myriad of monitors. Everything is on the screens of Control Center.
Control Center puts you in (where else?) control.
If something happens anywhere in the system an alarm warns you. A map come ups. You click on the map where alarms are happening. Control Center brings up the relevant cameras. And automatically triggers them for alarm conditions.
Instead of a lot of old technology getting in the way, Control Center and its Integration Modules clears the way, so you can go right to the problem.
All together now.
You are free to focus on and solve what matters. Instead of searching through a bank of video monitors to find the bad guy up to no good in the warehouse. Or the airline passenger going in the wrong door. Or the suspicious car parked on a no-entry road. Or the package left too long in the wrong place.
Remember Churchill’s warning: we must all stand together or, most assuredly, we will all hang separately?
Together was the way to safety in his day. Together is the way to stay safe in ours.
And safe is a wonderful feeling.