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Vanderbilt to demonstrate SPC Connect and ACT365 at IFSEC 2017

Cloud-based solutions At IFSEC International 2017, being held 20-22 June in London s ExCeL, Vanderbilt will be exhibiting its cloud-based security products and services. Alongside Vanderbilt s access control, intrusion and video products, the company will also be demonstrating SPC Connect, which allows installers to monitor, manage, and maintain Vanderbilt SPC panels remotely from portable electronic devices including smartphones. Also on display will be ACT365, Vanderbilt s integrated access control and video management system, which allows for remote setup, servicing and support.

Both are cloud-based so the power, scalability and simplicity of the cloud can be leveraged for the delivery of new features. Joe Grillo, CEO of Vanderbilt, says: Having transformed other areas of business and industry, the cloud is now set to revolutionise the security industry. The cloud is the name given to computing functions and services hosted off-site. These tend to be provided as a service and can be accessed over any internet-enabled device. Market research firm IDC recently estimated that cloud services will grow 24% to $122 billion ( 94 billion) in 2017. Of this, software-as-a-service business applications, such as Vanderbilt s SPC Connect and ACT365, will attract 60% of all cloud spending. The cloud lets security installers set up, manage and maintain large, networked security systems remotely, so they can reduce site visits, saving time and money, by addressing service issues that can be resolved remotely instead. embedded content End-users benefit from a system that can be maintained more efficiently and reconfigured and adapted as their requirements change. Cloud-based security products and offerings from Vanderbilt help integrate core security functions such as access control, intrusion and video.

As an example, ACT365 allows remote verification of a building s visitor from real-time video images captured at the point of entry. Access can then be granted remotely. If a door is forced or an alarm is activated, ACT365 gives users immediate recall and locates recorded footage of the incident. This eliminates time and effort traditionally required to match up times on different security systems and sift through camera footage to locate an incident. Borrowing from the pay-as-you-go model common to most cloud services, Vanderbilt s cloud-based solutions are affordable and offer flexibility for growing organisations. Vanderbilt is sharing its expertise in cloud-based security solutions in a presentation called Cloud on the Horizon: Are you prepared? that will address a range of topics and provide advice for those seeking to integrate their security needs with cloud computing. Check out the latest security solutions from Vanderbilt at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stand E1225.

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Vanderbilt s partnership with Citel Spa targets Italy s financial services sector

PSIM partnership Security systems multinational Vanderbilt has partnered with Citel Spa, a supplier of physical security information management (PSIM) software, to further penetrate Italy s financial and industrial sector. Citel Spa uses IT solutions to improve security, safety and buildings management. The firm works with many of Italy s leading banks and financial services providers, supplying its core product Centrax-PSIM operating platform.

The software is designed to integrate hardware and software products from third party companies. Recently Vanderbilt adopted the CEI-ABI protocol for its EN 50131 compliant SPC intrusion detection system, defined for the Italian financial sector. CEI-ABI will be included in the forthcoming SPC 3.8, for integration with Centrax. Nils Fazzini, general manager at Citel, says: In the Italian financial sector, security is obviously a major concern and being able to control, monitor and manage proactively disparate situations via our Centrax platform enhances the ability of personnel to identify and proactively resolve situations. This is the beginning of what I expect to be a very productive relationship with Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt s SPC intrusion detection has a modular design, an embedded internet server and support for wireless detectors. To accommodate changes to layouts within banks, the system can be reconfigured and extended. To reduce disruptive and costly false alarms, the system has automatic and manual facilities for event verification and, as a further aid to dependable operation, all units in the range have integrated emergency power sources. While Vanderbilt is already active in Italy s financial sector, the partnership with Citel Spa will enable the company to target new opportunities.

The operability in SPC 3.8 means the entire system can be centrally managed, monitored and maintained via Centrax which, making it cost-effective and easy to use. Check out the latest security solutions from Vanderbilt at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stand E1225. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals. From access control and video surveillance to smart buildings, cyber, border control and so much more. It is the perfect way to keep up to date, protect your business and enhance your career in the security industry.

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