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Adam Bannister was Editor of IFSEC Global from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam is also a former Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
August 30, 2018

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Wireless Access Control Report 2021

"critical operational necessity"

SPC intrusion panels can now integrate with Genetec Security Center, Vanderbilt announces

Vanderbilt’s cloud-based SPC intrusion panels can now be integrated with Genetec Security Center.

This certified integration will give customers centralised monitoring, control and reporting of information and events generated by the Vanderbilt SPC intrusion system within Genetec’s flagship unified security platform.

The integration gives users access to synchronization, monitoring and reporting on SPC-related activities.

System users can monitor SPC panel state changes in real-time using the monitoring and maps task in Security Desk, create event-to-actions for events sent from the SPC detection unit, or silence alarms on intrusion detection areas in Security Desk using the intrusion detection area widget. Reports on activities related to SPC intrusion detection areas can be generated too.

Powerful integration platform

“The Vanderbilt SPC system provides a powerful integration platform and with the integration to Genetec Security Center it will provide our mutual customers with a unified platform for their security and video needs,” said John O’Donnell, Product Manager at Vanderbilt.

The Genetec extension will allow support for SPC 4000, 5000 and 6 000 series systems and be available on systems running Security Center version 5.6SR1 and later.

“Genetec is excited to welcome this integration of the Vanderbilt SPC intrusion panels as a supported part of our own open-architecture, unified IP security platform in Security Center,” said Louis-Rene Bergeron, Commercial Lead for External systems integration at Genetec.

“As a growing number of our enterprise, government, retail, transit and education end-users unify their access control systems with their video management systems, intrusion monitoring and detection is a critical operational necessity. Vanderbilt technology is a valuable add into our ecosystem of technology partners.”

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