3D visualization physical security, data center infrastructure and network visualization for Industrial security, access control, sensors

3D visualization physical security, data center infrastructure and network visualization for Industrial security, access control, sensors

Industrial

Petrochemical, Steel, Mining.




Better management of your industrial security, access controls and sensors


Now most fields require robust security measures with increasing demands over time, making it difficult to monitor and ensure physical security in plants, warehouses, areas of high risk, etc. The 3D visualization in our platform lessens the time that the operators need to locate and comprehend a developing situation, giving them greater opportunity to react appropriately armed with the necessary information.


The ease of use of our management system with 3D modeling allows that and more with the synchronized and programmed video equipment, sensors, access controls, etc.

3D visualization physical security, data center infrastructure and network visualization for industrial

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Watch our videos to learn more about 3d visualization and physical security and how they can help you step up to the next level in visualization, control and desicion making.

3D visualization physical security, data center infrastructure and network visualization for industrial

Cameras, Access Controls, Sensors, and Other Devices


Unification in a 3D model of Camcorders, Access Controls, Motion Sensors, Fire Detectors, Alarms and any other device that can join the network, allows operators to have an immediate view of events, streamlining their Response time and providing them with access to the live images of the cameras in the zone and to the visual of sensors and other devices in the network according to the situation happened.

Information Storage


The video and stored information are used to visualize events that have happened in the past in order to investigate any past events, such as evidence to support claims investigations, such as infrastructure failures, occupational hazard, risk prevention, minimization of damages, etc.

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