Synectics

Synectics Awarded Critical-infrastructure Contract to Protect Vital Power Network

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.

Mapping, Monitoring, and Managing Security simplified with latest release of Synergy 3

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 Launches New Suite Of HD IP-Camera Solutions

Synectics’ new PTZ range, with enhanced True Wide Dynamic Range and Digital Image Stabilization (DIS) to eliminate vibration impact, are also set to prove popular for both external and internal deployment in areas where wind or machinery vibration usually hinder image capture. The suite of new HD IP-cameras also features a box camera with a 1/1.9” Sony sensor —designed to accommodate specialty lenses that may be needed for a very specific or unusual angle of view— and a 12MP fisheye with in-built edge de-warping and a multi-view capability that enables users to record or view a whole scene in fish-eye mode while also viewing up to four specific areas in quad view.

Vemotion Integration With Synergy Good News for Public Spaces

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.