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17/05/2019

3xlogic teams up with sister companies at Ifsec

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3xlogic’s Visix Facial Recognition camera, it is making its European debut at Ifsec 2019

3xlogic, PAC/GDX and Pacom, leading providers of security and access control solutions, will be co-exhibiting at Ifsec International 2019, which takes place on 18th-20th June at the Excel in London, UK.

After successfully launching into the European market earlier this year, 3xlogic will exhibit its diverse range of cutting edge products as well as demonstrate their integration capabilities.

Leading the way is the integration of 3xlogic’s NVRs and standalone cameras into Pacom’s GMS and Unison product lines.

3xlogic’s Vigil enterprise grade VMS is the driving force behind the Vigil range of network video recorders (NVRs), digital video recorders (DVRs) and Power over Ethernet (PoE) cameras. To further enhance Vigil’s suitability for multi-site environments, it has been integrated with the Pacom Graphical Management System (GMS). Engineered to communicate over an IP network, the Pacom GMS allows for full integration of access control, alarm monitoring, video surveillance and many other security functions.

3xlogic’s Visix Facial Recognition camera, it is making its European debut at Ifsec 2019. This special purpose, low cost, dual lens 2MP device is designed for instant face detection, and the identification and notification of persons of interest. Using camera-based analytics and 3xlogic’s exclusive facial recognition software and mobile app, users can review images and choose which individuals to place on a watch list.

Furthermore, 3xlogic’s Facial Recognition camera has recently been integrated into Pacom’s Unison security management platform. An open security solution designed specifically for campus-based organisations, Unison is the solution of choice for organisations within vertical sectors such as healthcare, universities, commercial buildings, public facilities, municipalities, airports, shipping ports and data centres. The combination of facial recognition capabilities with Unison improves operational efficiency by quickly and accurately identifying persons of interest, and streamlining processes to use this information to meet the organisation’s security and marketing goals.

For those looking to optimise organisational efficiency, 3xlogic’s Trends cloud-based business intelligence tool incorporates exception-based reporting, video data and third party applications into an easy to use dashboard that provides a simple visual snapshot of business operations. Trends is designed to empower the user to interpret vast amounts of disparate data more effectively and efficiently than ever before, offering unrivalled levels of visibility to quickly spot issues and liabilities that can seriously impact a company’s bottom line.

Last, but certainly not least, visitors will have the chance to get hands on with the new PAC GDX Bluetooth-based card reader technology, which has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of companies of all sizes that want the most secure access control solution possible. Experts from the company will be available for product demonstrations and to discuss a new online training programme that has been developed to enable installers and end users to get the very best out of their PAC GDX solution.

‘It has been a tremendously exciting year, and we are looking forward to discussing our activities with those attending Ifsec,’ commented Matt Kushner, Global President, Stanley Products and Solutions, ‘With a combined legacy of over 100 years in the security industry, 3xlogic, PAC GDX and Pacom lead the way in the design and manufacture of video surveillance, access control, and business intelligence solutions. By visiting and talking to our experts, visitors have a fantastic opportunity to find out how our technology can enhance security provision in a diverse range of built environments and how we can help them achieve their operational and security objectives.’


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