Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
February 20, 2018

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Inner Range’s Integriti V18 update adds licence plate credentials and application-layer high availability

Sky Reader app

Inner Range has introduced a raft of new updates for its integrated security solution, Integriti.

Checking security credentials on mobile devices, scalable vector graphics, application layer high availability for mission-critical environments and licence-plate recognition are among the new features added for Integriti V18.

A new Sky Reader app allows staff to read security passes anywhere on site using their smartphones, which show corresponding photo IDs for valid cards. Security staff can suspend credentials there and then if required.

Scalable vector graphics can pinpoint and zoom in on –without manual scrolling or zooming – access points, alarms and other systems with issues of concern.

Customers can now run multiple Integriti services simultaneously. Controllers and clients automatically connect to available nodes to achieve an ‘always on’ experience – keeping costly, vulnerable downtime to a minimum.

Licence plates, in conjunction with compatible CCTV systems, can now be used as credentials. More secure methods of reading data have been added, with all Sifer readers able to read EV2 credentials.

Scalable vector graphics

“Integriti is already an advanced, state-of-the-art integrated security solution but we are continually looking for ways to enhance user experience and maintain our place at the forefront of changing technology,” said Tim Northwood, general manager for Inner Range Europe.

“These improvements will make life easier for our customers and help them do more, more quickly and more reliably.” Tim Northwood, general manager, Inner Range Europe

“These improvements will make life easier for our customers and help them do more, more quickly and more reliably.”

Integriti, which can integrate with PSIM systems and a wide range of third-party systems, can manage single and multiple sites at local, national and global levels.

On top of security, access control and building automation management, it can also manage people and business continuity processes such as HR, payroll, health and safety and other regulations.

Reporting functionality gives organisations insight and evidence for operational purposes beyond security.

Integriti V18 is available now for new and existing customers.

Founded in Australia in 1988, Inner Range’s European headquarters are in Reading, Berkshire. More than 130,000 Inner Range systems have now been installed in more than 30 countries.

See Integriti V18 in action at IFSEC International, 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. Inner Range will be on stand F410. Register now.

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