INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES AND MUNICIPALITIES
Public facilities such as museums, libraries and municipalities experience periods of intense people flow. This makes it important to control access to all parts of these facilities. Flexibility, openness and ability to connect to different subsystems from third party suppliers are hence the main requirements put on security companies today.
Our integrated security solution caters perfectly to the needs of public facilities. With many satisfied customers we continue to deliver a high level of security and significant cost savings. Our security solution allows you for example to reduce your dependence of security guards, since you can set pre-defined rules and actions or manage the facility from a remote location using our security management platform.
STOCKHOLM ROYAL OPERA HOUSE TRUST PACOM
With about one thousand staff and more than 240,000 visitors a year, the Royal Opera House required an investment in an open, integrated and flexible security solution. Rickard Qvarfordt, Security Manager at the Royal Opera House is daily faced with a variety of security challenges.
PACOM UNISON AT THE CORE
Our open, integrated security management platform PACOM Unison cleverly acts as a “bridge” between the security system and other subsystems. When an alarm is triggered, the Unison software will indicate where the alarm originated. Alarms can be displayed on interactive floor plans and audible signals can be generated at the workstation to uniquely identify the type of alarm via multi-media. It is possible for the operator to reset the device which initiated the alarm as well as perform a wide variety of other remote functions. The user friendly functions of the system, efficient bulk programming and the powerful overview makes administration easy and saves time.
The graphical user interface, including dynamic display of alarm points, considerably simplifies management. By taking advantage of the intelligent linking function in Unison users can easily link an object in the system with a point on the map.