EN-Feature Notes

Unified Alarm Management

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Centralize alarm management across all of your sites and security applications When system events need to be escalated, Security Center gives you the ability to automatically trigger alarms. Operators can view alarms in real-time, respond and acknowledge them from an intuitive alarm monitoring task. Your team also has the flexibility to define alarms based on your organization's policies, clearing conditions, associated response procedures, priorities, and more. Through Security Center's approach to unification, users can now monitor and manage alarms across multiple security systems from a single security interface. Not only will your team become more effective by standardizing all alarm-related workflows, but centralization of alarm monitoring will lead to greater situational awareness and a higher level of security. Unified Alarm Management Feature note Key benefits Monitor real-time alarms and associated video across multiple security applications View alarms from a security workstation, control room video wall, or a mobile app Define custom notifications, recipients, and priorities to treat the most critical alarms first Investigate and quickly filter through alarm history, operator notes and actions at any time Visualize and handle all alarms through the Security Center dynamic graphical map interface Sample applications Applications: Video Surveillance ∙ Access Control Automatic License Plate Recognition Basic and advanced alarm management Security Center supports both basic alarm monitoring as well as more advanced capabilities such as displaying alarms on a dynamic map, defining clearing conditions and handling procedures, and more. Centralized monitoring When centralizing all alarm monitoring, you have the flexibility to view real- time alarms from multiple remote sites, security systems, and integrated modules, including displaying alarms on a control room video wall. After hours monitoring Whether forwarding alarms to a central location during off-peak hours or to mobile apps when live monitoring is not essential, you have multiple alternatives to ensure critical alarms are addressed.

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