| 26 October 2016
CNL Software will be showcasing its IPSecurityCenterTM PSIM solution for the first time in Qatar at Milipol 2016. This highly advanced command and control software solution provides integrated security and facilities management at the utmost level.
Today, major cities are battling with increasing populations and tightening budgets, often leaving citizens, infrastructure and commerce at risk. Fortunately, technology is helping to bridge this gap for security professionals, creating force multiplier scenarios to help leverage visual and data based intelligence, and optimize resourcing.
Every day, IPSecurityCenter is helping security professionals to protect cities, critical infrastructure and corporate enterprise in the Middle East and across the globe. IPSecurityCenter is enabling a new era of intelligent and safe security, providing unprecedented correlation capabilities, which allow organizations to leverage from Big Data, Social Media and the Internet of Things. Today it provides law enforcement agencies in Abu Dhabi, Atlanta, Washington and London with the framework needed to reach both public and private systems, enabling greater multi agency collaboration as well as leading the way for new public-private asset sharing initiatives.
“We are looking forward to attending Milipol Qatar for the first time. Over the last few years we have seen Qatar become one of the regions leaders when it comes to technology adoption. It is an exciting market with some significant safety and security challenges with the upcoming World Cup, and the ongoing protection of oil and gas production” says Daniel Bloodworth, General Manager at CNL Software - Middle East.
“We will be showcasing some of the latest developments in IPSecurityCenter which have been designed to meet these challenges, including enhanced field collaboration capabilities, increased resilience and scalability and greater options for 3D visualization. Of course, all of our core capabilities will be shown such as management and distribution of the huge amount of data generated in today’s control room.”