Genetec releases Security Centre 5.11

Genetec releases Security Centre 5.11
Genetec releases Security Centre 5.11

With Security Centre 5.11, customers, existing or new, can now benefit from all the value that a unified security system provides right out of the box

Genetec has released its flagship unified security platform, Security Centre 5.11, with which customers will have access to every module of Security Centre, including Omnicast (video monitoring), Synergis (access control), AutoVu (automatic license plate recognition), Sipelia (intercom) and intrusion monitoring, right out-of-the-box.

Christian Morin, Vice President of Product Engineering and Chief Security Officer at Genetec explained: “With Security Centre 5.11, customers, existing or new, can now benefit from all the value that a unified security system provides right out of the box. This simplified licensing eliminates any barrier to entry for organizations looking to get the most out of their security system and move to a unified system.”

Including KiwiVision analytics (Privacy Protector, People Counting, Security Video Analytics, and Camera Integrity), Visitor Management, advanced mapping functions, threat level management, and more and beyond simplifying the path to unification, Security Centre 5.11 includes a wide spectrum of powerful features as standard.

The new version – Security Centre 5.11 also features the Genetec Web App, a map-centric, portable, and intuitive interface that can be deployed on any machine/device with a modern browser such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge. This allows customers to monitor their facility, quickly respond to incidents in real-time, follow guided procedures, collaborate with other operators, and manage card holders, from wherever they are.

The Web App extends enterprise security beyond the SOC (Security Operations Centre). It empowers users who are not traditional security operators to interact with the security platform based on their role and needs. The app may be used by a security manager wanting to look in on a satellite location remotely, or by a receptionist who needs to manage visitor access.

To customers with Streamvault Edge, Security Centre 5.11 brings hybrid cloud options. Streamvault Edge simplifies the migration of existing security equipment to hybrid-cloud architecture, ideally suited for multi-site operations such as banking, retail, or businesses with remote or unmanned sites. While removing the need for advanced IT expertise at remote sites, the solution makes cameras cloud-ready and enables secure local storage on cloud-managed appliances.

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