Major access control manufacturer announces key product enhancements

July 12, 2022

Inner Range has announced a number of enhancements to its flagship product Integriti, including being ONVIF Conformant and providing built-in visitor management capabilities.

Integriti is Inner Range’s enterprise-level intelligent access and security system and the company’s R&D team is constantly working on improvements to improve safety and ease of access for customers.

From next month (August) Integriti will become an ONVIF Conformant product. This means operators can connect ONVIF Conformant IP CCTV cameras directly to Integriti, without the need for a network recorder or video management system for basic tasks, such as live video streaming, event monitoring and exporting current frames.

Integriti can also now integrate with MOBOTIX HUB cameras and an existing interface with Milestone has more advanced options for operators.

Another development allows basic visitor management to be carried out directly within Integriti via a dedicated interface. Default properties and permissions can be set up for different types of visitor, making it easier for users to create suitable credentials, and manage current visitors on site. This is available for Integriti customers with ‘business’ or ‘corporate’ software options.

Other enhancements include being able to create QR code credentials for visitors directly within Integriti, without the need for a visitor management system as well as new integrations with STid Bluetooth door readers and Dormakaba wireless locks.

Tim Northwood, Director of Inner Range, said: “As a manufacturer, our R&D team is constantly exploring new ways to make our systems easier and more efficient for operators to use, provide a slick and hassle-free experience for workers, residents and visitors, all while maintaining high levels of security.

“These latest enhancements will give all customers more choice in how they manage access and security, as well as offering some cost and resource savings where additional third-party systems are no longer required.”

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