Next Level Security Partners With Digital Monitoring Products

NLSS’ security management platform integrates DMP’s networked-based alarm and communication panels
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Next Level Security Systems, a provider of unified, networked security solutions, has integrated its unified security management platform and intrusion solutions with Digital Monitoring Products’ XR100 and XR500 networked-based alarm and communication panels.
Next Level’s integration with DMP alarm panels allows valuable intrusion sensor data to stream directly to the NLSS Gateway, according to the firm. As a result of the integration, the NLSS Gateway will augment its access control, video surveillance, alarm management and intelligent video capabilities, the company says.
Alarm information is then automatically correlated with other built-in functionalities including video surveillance, NLSS says. Together, video, access control and alarm data work in conjunction to identify and alert against potentially harmful activity, the company says.
The networked-based infrastructure of the DMP and Next Level technologies streamlines installation time and limits complex management structures. DMP XR100/XR500 Command Processor Panels are designed for a variety of applications, from SMB to enterprise-class security deployments and includes intrusion, fire and access control. The XR500 supports 32 areas and up to 10,000 user codes. Integration is supported in NLSS Gateway version 3.2.
“Support for DMP solutions is an essential step to providing customers with a comprehensive view of their entire security infrastructure,” said Bill Jacobs, NLSS’ vice president of access control. “Our unified approach enables alerts from DMP panels to be managed and controlled through our intuitive user interface, leading to simpler configuration and management, and a higher return-on-investment,” he said.
The NLSS Gateway delivers the significant advantages of unified security operations through a security management platform that combines video management, access control, video analytics and intrusion into a single, easy-to-use networked platform. The Gateway features 13 built-in video analytics, including forensic analytics, facial recognition and audio analytics, and multiple Gateways can be combined for distributive processing and a truly scalable solution, the company says.

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