Jadalla: looking forward to participate at Intersec

Jadalla: looking forward to participate at Intersec

Genetec to showcase solutions at Intersec

January 2017

Genetec, a leading provider of open-architecture and unified IP security solutions, will showcase its high-end security and surveillance systems at the 2017 edition of Intersec, to be held this month, in Dubai, UAE.

Intersec, a leading trade fair for security, safety and fire protection, will be held from January 22 to January 24, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).

The company has expressed its confidence in meeting the growing demand in the Middle East region’s retail and transportation segments—leveraging the integrated security platform that it has developed to meet the needs of all sectors of the industry, said a statement.

According to global analysts Frost & Sullivan, the spending in the region›s physical security market has increased and is expected to reach $10.2 billion in the next four years, which makes up at least 10 per cent of the global market.

Genetec aims to address the growing market demand for IP access control, video surveillance and automated number plate solutions. The company has also noted that physical security solutions like intruder alarms, electronic locks, perimeter protection, door alarms, access control protocols and identification systems are in high demand, it said.

One of the company›s core showcase at the event will be its decision support system, Mission Control, which provides organisations with new levels of situational intelligence, visualisation, and complete incident management capabilities. It allows security personnel to make the right decision when faced with routine tasks or unanticipated situations by ensuring a timely flow of information.

The company is also set to throw the spotlight on ‘Genetec Security Center 5.5’ and ‘Security Center Federation’, said a statement.

The latest version of Security Center 5.5 adds disaster recovery features, greater security with enhanced authentication and encryption, new hardware integrations, enhanced scalability and much more, it stated.

As today’s environment brings new security challenges, Security Center 5.5 adds innovative capabilities to better help organisations monitor their sites, while offering administrators greater control and visibility of their security infrastructure.

‘Security Center Federation facilitates centralised monitoring, reporting, and alarm management across multiple sites or organizations, while streamlining operations during off-peak hours – powered by a highly scalable architecture that synchronises cameras, doors, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) units, intrusion panels, and all related events, alarms, and ALPR hits between sites. 

Firas Jadalla, regional director – Middle East and Africa (MEA), Genetec, said: “The region is currently witnessing a great change and growth in the Middle East security landscape.”

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