Proximex Integrates with Elpas to Enable Single Platform Security Management
Proximex will integrate its Surveillint solution with the Elpas (formerly Visonic Technologies) Eiris Server on the Eiris Integration Module. Elpas is a provider of scalable passive and active RFID/RTLS safety, security and visibility solutions. The strategic partnership enables security operators the flexibility to manage security situations from a single platform.
Surveillint by Proximex enables integration and communication with the Elpas Eiris Server– allowing customers to efficiently access, analyze and implement rapid responses.
“The new Proximex/Elpas partnership gives strength to our message that solution integration is integral in the security industry,” says Harry Murray, president, Elpas North America. “It shows that our platform is flexible enough to integrate with a variety of systems, to return a much greater value than stand-alone solutions. Clients are demanding greater integration flexibility in today’s market.”
Key features of the technology integration include:
• Retrieval of both Elpas and Spideralert Sensors, including real-time location display on a geo referenced map (Bing maps supported)
• Display Eiris alarms and send commands such as arm, disarm, discharge, enable, disable and suspend to the Eiris system
• Enable Eiris alarms to be correlated and associated with other sensors for automated pre-alarm video playback, live video view and control, door activity and correlation with information from other systems
Ken Prayoon Cheng, vice president of engineering at Proximex provides insight on the value of the partnership. “Our integration with Elpas is beneficial to our business processes, product efficiency, and ultimately our customers’ final product,” says Cheng. “We’ve expanded our capabilities and now have the ability to offer a more cohesive solution to our global customer base.”
This strategic integration also enables Surveillint to take action to remotely control devices through the Surveillint client such as Arm/Disarm baby tags, Perform Test on Readers, etc. – permitting security teams to take operational action on their devices.