Next Level Security Systems Unveils New, Unified Security Management Solution

Next Level Security Systems, a provider of a new breed of unified, networked security solutions, will highlight the next evolution of its open platform, IP-based security technologies at ISC West 2012.

At Booth No. 24107, conference attendees will receive a first glimpse of the NLSS Gateway 2.3, a unified security management system that combines IP access control, IP-based video management, video analytics and more into a single, easy-to-use networked platform, and Next Level Remote Management Services (RMS) 2.3. The company’s flagship technology now offers a host of additional features and systems upgrades.

“With our 2.3 upgrades, we have added capabilities that will enable users to quickly gather critical security data and customize the way it is received,” said Peter Jankowski, chairman and CEO, Next Level Security Systems. “The mission of our IP solutions is to deliver information quickly and efficiently to enhance safety, and we have upgraded our systems and services to enable customers to view the entire scope of their security infrastructure on one interface.”

With the NLSS Gateway 2.3, users can group devices, users, cardholders and other assets, such as floor plans or building layouts, for a customized management tool. The grouping functionality enables users to combine sites and IP devices to construct a layered map or floor plan. Users can also set customized roles and permissions for different users to control system access levels.

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