Checking security credentials on mobile devices, scalable vector graphics, application layer high availability for customers who require enterprise grade reliability and licence plate recognition are among a series of new updates available for Inner Range’s integrated security solution Integriti.
The newest developments are possible with an Integriti V18 software update and are available for new and existing customers immediately.
Security staff will be able to check the validity of people’s credentials with a new Sky Reader app, which allows staff to use their mobile phone to read security passes anywhere on site. When valid cards are read, corresponding photo ID appears for easy checking and security staff can suspend credentials if need be.
Scalable vector graphics are also available to help security staff pin point access points, alarms and systems needing attention. Integriti can automatically zoom into a specific area required without manual scrolling or zooming.
Customers can also now run multiple instances of Integriti services at the same time. Controllers and clients automatically connect to available nodes to ensure an “always on experience” minimising costly and/or vulnerable downtime.
In addition, licence plates can now be used as credentials when used with compatible CCTV systems and the update includes more secure methods of reading data with all Sifer readers able to read EV2 credentials.
Tim Northwood, General Manager for Inner Range Europe, said: “Integriti is already an advanced/state of the art integrated security solution but we are continually looking for ways to enhance user experience. These improvements will make life easier for our customers and help them do more, more quickly and more reliably.”