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CNL Software to demonstrate PSIM Software at Intersec 2013

Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, UAE - January 15-17, 2013

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software has announced that it will be demonstrating its IPSecurityCenterTM PSIM solution, as chosen by leading law enforcement, Safe City and CNI organizations in the Middle East, at Intersec 2013.

This year will be the 15th edition of Intersec, the leading regional trade event in the security, safety and protection industries. It features four vertical sections, Commercial & Information Security; Homeland Security & Policing; Safety & Health and Fire & Rescue; providing an up to date reflection of the industry portfolio and the latest trends.

CNL Software recently announced the further expansion of its operations in the Middle East with the addition of Daniel Bloodworth, Technical Sales Manager ME and Lee Wagstaffe, Technical Account Manager. The company has also established new strategic alliances and partnerships with organizations including AIS, ArrowLabs, Ateco, GBM, Orion Systems JLT, Schneider Electric and Smart Cube to better support increasing demand for PSIM solutions from police forces, governments and corporate enterprise within the GCC region.

“Intersec has always proved to be a great place for security professionals from the region to come together to share PSIM information and best practices. We have been overwhelmed with requests for meetings during the show to discuss new projects”, says Daniel Bloodworth. “Safe City projects are likely to be high on the agenda, especially as PSIM is already proving to be a cost efficient method of integrating and managing city wide visual, data/resource intelligence for the security of cities.”

CNL Software’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM Solution provides a single view of all of an organization’s mission critical security systems, increasing emergency preparedness, delivering intelligence to the point of need and providing process guidance to enhance security responses. IPSecurityCenter allows layouts, sequences and process guidance to be created in Arabic. Operators are able to work using Arabic to view alarms, search for cameras and locations as well as display maps, gauges, charts and address details.