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Access, intruder, ANPR integration

Inner Range announces Integriti integration with Vega Smart HD/2HD

Inner Range’s Integriti access control and intruder detection system can now be integrated with ANPR developer Tattile’s flagship ANPR system.

The Vega Smart HD/2HD system, which provides free-flow tolling and traffic monitoring, can read number plates at speeds exceeding 150mph, across two lanes of traffic spanning 7.5 metres total width.

Tattile’s system can recognise vehicle colour, brand and model as well as providing full HD streaming for video surveillance.

Integriti integrates security management and control of single and multiple sites at local, national and global levels.

Third-party integrations turns Integriti into a PSIM system, expanding capabilities beyond security and building automation into people and business continuity processes such as HR, payroll, health and safety and more. Advanced reporting functionality generates data and insights that helps organisations create operational efficiencies.

“Tattile’s system delivers on its promise of great accuracy extremely quickly.” Tim Northwood, general manager, Inner Range

“We’ve tried and tested Tattile’s system and it delivers on its promise of great accuracy extremely quickly,” said Tim Northwood, general manager at Inner Range. “It’s a fantastic addition to our range of integration options for Integriti customers who monitor and manage multiple systems in one place and benefit from improved security and safety as a result.”

Inner Range, which was founded in Australia in 1998, develops intelligent, integrated access control and intruder detection systems. Its solutions are pitched at both the entry-level market as well as enterprise organisations, with highly encrypted end-to-end solutions developed for government, military or critical national infrastructure.

The company recently urged customers with Concept access control systems to upgrade to Integriti as the 30-year old Concept brand nears the end of its life. Its access control products all include intruder detection systems certified as Grade 3, in accordance with European Standard EN50131-1.

Tattile designs and manufactures embedded vision systems and bespoke, advanced solutions for industrial applications, road traffic control and the railway industry.

Inner Range is exhibiting at IFSEC International 2019, taking place between 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London (stand IF1030). Book your free ticket now.

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