IndigoVision reveals detail underpinning access control integration with Nedap

The IndigoVision-Nedap AEOS integration allows events from Nedap AEOS systems to be seamlessly combined with IndigoVision’s security management solution, Control Center, affording end users complete video and alarm management in a single user interface.

All of IndigoVision’s integrations are designed with end users’ security in mind and the Nedap AEOS integration is no different. With the new IndigoVision-Nedap AEOS integration, practising security and risk managers can trigger live video, move PTZ cameras, start recordings and send notification e-mails automatically, helping to dramatically decrease operator response times.

Events from Nedap AEOS can be forwarded to Control Center allowing operators to respond to incidents from a single interface. Examples of supported Nedap AEOS events are direct door alarms, door manual unlock, door open too long and ‘badge no access’ events.

Commenting on the Nedap AEOS integration, IndigoVision’s software product manager Giles Raine said: “Nedap’s AEOS access control is clearly growing rapidly in the marketplace. There’s a lot of positive buzz about it, so it’s great to be adding this integration to our portfolio. Nedap has been outstanding in its support levels during our development of the integration, making the company a pleasure to do business with.”

IndigoVision’s Nedap AEOS integration isn’t only geared towards enhancing end users’ security, but also to give them the flexibility and choice to create a custom security management solution that works for the host organisation.

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