Inner Range has announced new integrations with FLIR Latitude and IDIS CCTV.
The new integrations work with Inner Range’s enterprise-level intelligent, integrated access control system, Integriti, and bolster options for clients around video surveillance.
FLIR Latitude is a powerful and versatile network VMS with enhanced cybersecurity. Its CCTV cameras automatically load configurations in Integriti, provide 64-bit integration server support and security managers can set trigger inputs for CCTV events. Cameras by Korean video surveillance firm, IDIS, can show camera status in Integriti, display video time frames, show on-screen displays and allow reverse playback.
“Integriti’s open IP platform means it can offer clients highly bespoke solutions”
Inner Range General Manager, Tim Northwood, said: “Integriti’s open IP platform means it can offer clients highly bespoke solutions by seamlessly integrating with a whole host of third-party systems. CCTV is a key element of any access or security solution and we’re delighted to be working with IDS and FLIR to help our customers create one unified system that meets all their individual security and access needs.”
Earlier this year, Inner Range announced new integrations with Suprema biometrics and real time location tracking firm Quuppa. The integration with Suprema allows users to add thumb and face scans as access credentials, while Quuppa allows for assets, and users associated with assets, to be tracked throughout the site.
Integriti offers sophisticated and highly secure access and security, including intruder detection to European standard EN50131. Seamless integration possibilities include CCTV, visitor management, building automation and business continuity systems as well as HR, payroll, health and safety and compliance products. Systems offer trouble free access and smart building management for local sites, as well as national and global estates.