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Security Management System - Hirsch Electronics Corp - Facility Management Product Release
The Velocity 3.0 security management system enhances existing capabilities for access control, video surveillance, alarm monitoring, badging, smart cards and biometrics. Velocity 3.0 also introduces new features for added security, enterprise and IT network implementation, and system configuration and management.
Among the new or enhanced features: Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), partitioning of database and devices, advanced alarm/event routing and escalation, operator roles, split servers, support of the newest operating systems and databases, interfaces for additional DVRs and central station receivers, additional encryption, quick hardware typology set-up, device-level customization, person templates, multi-credential editing, quick-search functions, ID scanner support for person enrollment, enrollment of FIPS 201-compliant cards.
Velocity is designed to tightly integrate with HR and network provisioning systems, allowing it to serve as the physical security component of an overall policy-based security management system.
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