CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, has been chosen by the Louisiana National Guard (LNG) to offer Centralized Integrated Situation Management. It will allow security operators and Military Police at LNG to manage access alarms, intruder alarms, associated CCTV images and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) from a central command center control room along with deployed client workstations located on base. The IPSecurityCenter solution offers centralized control of security assets providing complete visibility and management of the entire security operation over LNG's 74 units, across 43 cities and towns, protecting more than fifty million dollars of Army and Air Force equipment.
The simplified, role-based Human Machine Interface (HMI) and permissions ensure exact, consistent and measurable responses while significantly reducing training overheads. It enables LNG administrators to maintain and configure the system through user-friendly configuration GUIs. Predefined standard operating procedures, reports and charts bring risk assessment and budgetary control into LNG's security environment.
"We are pleased that IPSecurityCenter was selected for this critical National Guard service. It is essential that LNG have a PSIM system they can rely upon while they get on with the business of providing much needed support at home and overseas. This is part of a wider industry trend which sees security and defense systems working in unison; the great news is PSIM can bridge these systems together", says Matthew Kushner, President - CNL Americas. "Over the longer term, IPSecurityCenter will enable the seamless integration of new security and defense technologies while preserving a high level of original investment."