Genetec Inc. has deployed its Security Center unified platform to enable the City of Chattanooga’s ‘Dragonfly Community Connect,’ a public-private policing initiative to enhance public safety in the Tennessee community. Through the initiative, when calls come into the Chattanooga Police Department (CPD) to report a crime, the Real-Time Intelligence Center (RTIC) can check with participating businesses in the area to see if they are able to share video from their security cameras.
Vanderbilt and Genetec Inc. announced an integration partnership. This strategic relationship is developed through the integration of Vanderbilt SPC intrusion panels with Genetec Security Center. This certified integration will benefit end-users with centralized monitoring, control, and reporting of information and events from the Vanderbilt SPC intrusion system inside Genetec Security Center. SPC protects businesses, properties, and assets for users who want an intrusion detection system that offers versatile operation and comprehensive alarm management functionality.
Genetec announced that its unified platform, Security Center, has been integrated with Secure™ Store, a profit protection and exception reporting solution developed by Appriss Retail. With this integration, retailers can now immediately disprove or validate suspicious transactions by accessing the security video evidence associated with suspected fraudulent activity. Secure Store enables retailers to significantly mitigate losses related to fraud, theft, and operational/systemic breakdowns. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, Secure Store performs advanced exception modeling from multiple data sources and enables immediate corrective action.
Genetec Inc. announced its plans for ISC West 2018. The company will feature the latest version of Security Center, its flagship unified security platform, and demonstrate Citigraf™, its new decision support system for comprehensive response coordination. Genetec Citigraf is designed to help reduce response time to crimes, and provide insights and analytics on how crime moves across the city, so first responders can take the most effective action with the greatest awareness.
Genetec has announced a new version of Security Center, an open-architecture platform that unifies video surveillance, access control, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), communications, and analytics. Security Center 5.7 allows users to make insight-driven decisions based on security and analytics data. This latest version also adds privacy protection for individuals, efficiently distributes HID mobile access control credentials, and ensures business continuity with native access control failover.
Genetec, a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, announced its show lineup for ASIS 2017 (booth #3147, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX). Recognized by IHS Markit® as the only vendor to achieve top market share rankings across multiple security and hardware appliance categories in 2016, the company will demonstrate how its latest innovations help enterprise, transportation, education, government, and retail customers ‘Protect the Everyday.’
Genetec announced general availability of its unified security platform Security Center 5.6. Key enhancements include additional cybersecurity measures, a new HTML5-based web client, integration of SimonsVoss electronic locks and the Mercury Security MS Bridge, and the ability to enroll license plates as access control credentials with the AutoVu™ SharpV camera.
With a number of corporate acquisitions occurring to other video management system (VMS) companies, Genetec, one of the industry’s leading vendor, is putting a sharp focus on the upcoming ISC West show in Las Vegas, April 15-17. At ISC West 2015, in booth # 10053, Genetec™, a manufacturer of unified IP security solutions, plans to demonstrate upcoming new features of its flagship, Security Center.