ADT Security ’s ‘Icons of Innovation’ event held last week in Sydney has been hailed a success by the industry guests who attended.
Speaking at the event held at the iconic Sydney Opera House, ADT Security’s General Manager Mark Norton said it was both an “honour and a privilege” to be hosting a forum such as this, with some of the forward thinking customers and consultants in the industry.
The event showcased the latest security innovations including thermal cameras, vehicle number plate recognition systems and infra-red illumination systems. The event also presented guests with an opportunity to see the capabilities of ADT Security’s new software integration platform in action.
Incorporating cutting-edge technology from Bosch, the platform enables operators to access multiple security systems through a single customised interface giving control over a building or enterprise-wide system. Furthermore, the platform’s scalable design allows for the modification, replacement or addition of security applications without disruption to the user interface along with comprehensive incident management, systems diagnostics and reporting capabilities.
The harbour setting proved as a perfect backdrop for the demonstration as guests were also shown how some of Sydney’s high profile transport operators are harnessing the platform to manage their complex range of electronic security measures. By integrating advanced Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) with public address systems and emergency help points, these operators are able to protect passengers and the physical integrity of infrastructure.
According to Jordon Peters, ADT Security’s Integrated Systems Manager, ADT Security’s expertise in integrating different systems to operate under a common software platform means that incorporation of any additional systems is seamless and largely invisible to the operator.
Whether it is a large scale multi-site roll-out or a highly complex single site development, ADT Security can enhance the overall security system functionality by integrating systems, which have traditionally worked in isolation.