Gallagher, Pelco Announce Integration Of Cardax Access Control Platform, Endura NVRs

Gallagher Security Management Systems and Pelco Inc. by Schneider Electric have announced the successful integration of Pelco network video recorders with the Cardax FT Command Center access control platform offering end users a true, fully featured bi-directional interface.

Following more than a year of collaborative research and development between the two companies, the integration of the Cardax FT Command Center software and Pelco Endura NVRs  allows alarms or other signals generated by Cardax to activate and control Endura video recorders for an instant view of security incidents. Likewise, Endura video recorders with motion-sensing capabilities can produce an alert through the Cardax platform to a security station

“Our continuing collaboration with Gallagher Security Management Systems demonstrates the Pelco commitment to be a true Open Systems Provider through our Partner First Program,” said Stéphane Lantoine, Pelco business development manager EMEA.  “We are excited about this integration, as the Cardax FT Command Center gives our customers a scalable option for IP recording, with the flexibility to incorporate future technological advancements.”

“Since the Cardax platform was introduced to the North American market, our dealers and integrators have increasingly taken advantage of its ability to integrate with third-party systems,” said Jack Turley, Gallagher vice president of sales for North America.  “This latest development of our software to enable integration with the advanced video surveillance solutions by Pelco enhances the scope, scale and value the Gallagher Cardax FT system offers.”

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