WinGuard Basic

When it comes to security, there has to be a set of procedures and effective measures to be implemented for protection. In an emergency case, a fast evacuation of the respective building or site as well as the initiation of appropriate countermeasures is crucial to save life and assets. A comprehensive solution is provided by a centralized security management platform that interacts with fire alarm systems and other building, security and communication management devices: As an independent, vendor neutral security and building management system, WinGuard converts the complex task of ensuring corporate security into manageable, efficient and controllable processes.

Application Example

File attachments such as video images and sequences, comments, e-mails, photos and other documents can be added as “attachments” to incoming event messages.

Project Example

In a surveilled building, usually access control combined with video monitoring are essential components of the installed security technology to ensure that the building or specific areas within it can only be accessed by authorised persons.

In case of a unauthorised access attempt, WinGuard will, in addition to the event message, automatically provide the personal data such as name and photo of the card holder as well as the booking history. The cameras installed in the access area will be displayed automatically so that a quick evaluation of the situation is possible. The pictures can be directly forwarded as event attachments to personnel in charge on site to initiate the appropriate actions. Due to the unified WinGuard user interface, event processing and control of the connected systems are very user-friendly and efficient.

Central documentation as well as comprehensive reporting possibilities are additional advantages provided by WinGuard.

Extract
  • Distributed systems in medium-sized installations
  • Up to 5,000 DPU, five clients and five interfaces to subsystems
  • Central documentation and comprehensive reporting possibilities
  • Target state monitoring of connected detectors or areas, e.g. arming/disarming