Synectics has opened its new German headquarters in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. The security, surveillance, and operational management solutions business has launched the new hub to support existing and future customers across Europe. Led by Dr Kerstin Wendt, an expert team of software developers, sales and customer success personnel will provide hardware and software support, training, and dedicated systems development services to key customers in Germany.
Synectics, with the latest release of its Synergy software platform, is enabling organisations to monitor and manage increasing volumes of critical real-time data across their surveillance and security networks. New features such as enhanced mapping, system configuration, and edge recording mean that customers can save time, money, and resources while enhancing their safety and security operations.
Synectics has appointed Dr Kerstin Wendt to lead its growing German business with major public transport operators. Dr Wendt will be based in Synectics new Berlin office as the business brings its German operations closer to key customer locations. Dr Wendt becomes part of the Synectics team following 13 years in public transport operations and transportation technology businesses. In her new role she will lead implementation of the Synectics ‘next-generation’ operational management system for S-Bahn Berlin.
Synectics has unveiled details of its new COEX 4K camera range. The launch makes Synectics the first technology specialist to guarantee +70°C certification and 4K capabilities for fixed, PTZ, and TriMode models. The COEX range offers the most comprehensive suite of camera stations on the market for hazardous-area (and safe-area) applications, certified to operate in temperatures up to +70°C and with enhanced cybersecurity.
Synectics announced that it has received LenelS2 factory certification and joined the LenelS2 OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Synectics’ command and control platform, Synergy 3, interfaces with the OnGuard access control system, allowing customers to fully benefit from the respective feature sets. Through the LenelS2 OnGuard access control system, Synergy 3 users can view current hardware status, open doors, set reader modes, control access alarms, activate/deactivate pulse outputs, and detect risk indicator.
SYNECTICS has released its latest ‘Tech Note’ to help business and organizations explore how video analytics can transform their security and surveillance operations. The free ‘Tech Note’ highlights how operators can maximize intelligence and analytics from real-time video data. It draws on Synectics deep experience in the design and deployment of advanced surveillance solutions for highly regulated and specialized industries around the world.
Responsible for maintaining an energy network that supplies over 3.9 million homes and businesses, the customer required a centralized system to guard against both physical and cyber threats at five key sites – each recognized as a national asset with corresponding levels of access clearance. The Synectics solution, driven by its Synergy 3 command and control platform, integrates third-party sensors, analytics, cameras, systems, personnel databases, and edge devices.
Synectics has commenced the roll-out of Synergy 3 2019, the latest release of its command and control platform for demanding surveillance and security environments. Introducing enhanced customizable mapping, camera management, and third-party integration capabilities, the feature-rich platform is the most customer-centric iteration of the software to date and aims to make the Synergy 3 experience more user-friendly. The new release will be available globally across Synectics’ key markets.
Synectics’ Synergy command and control platform – including Synergy 3 – is now fully integrated with Vemotion’s video acquisition and streaming solutions. The announcement is good news for councils and other public space bodies looking to benefit from wireless and deployable surveillance solutions that were previously impossible or costly to implement due to non-existent or poor fibre network provision.