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.
December 22, 2017

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Vanderbilt introduces Milestone Plugin for SPC intrusion system

Vanderbilt has released a Milestone plugin for its SPC intrusion system.

The SPC Milestone plugin means users can trigger off events and control SPC systems from within the Milestone ecosystem as well as display areas, zones, doors and outputs from the Milestone Map interface.

The plugin communicates with the panel via FlexC and supports up to 20 SPC systems with a Vanderbilt licence. Customers also get one year support and access to periodic software updates.

The plugin, which is compatible with SPC 3.6.6, 3.7.1 and SPC 3.8, is available as a 30-day trial for up to two panels.

The SPC Milestone plugin also provides filters for event transmissions, remote interaction based on customizable command profile and ATS/ATP logs, which provide transparent transmission.

Instantaneous, remote access to alerts means those maintaining the system can avoid site visits. When an alarm is triggered the icon on the monitoring screen will turn red, cameras can be triggered, and the Milestone client will display relevant information. Users simply right click the icon to check the alarm’s status and repeating the action will restore the alarm and the icon reverts to green.

When the system is configured the information is automatically imported into Milestone where names of areas, zones and doors appear.

“At Vanderbilt, we are proud to be a platform that supports an integrated environment and we aim to deliver a solution that will provide Milestone and Vanderbilt`s mutual customers with the tools they need to deliver the best solutions for their customers,” said John O’Donnell, product manager at Vanderbilt Industries.

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