AppVision is a truly integrated command and control software package designed to easily centrally manage multiple security systems. Bringing together alarm management, graphical maps, access control integration, building automation, and CCTV, AppVision is a fully interactive control room application centralising a large range of CCTV cameras, recording systems and security applications.
AppVision is compatible with many intruder and fire systems. Alarm events can be visualise in real time with animated icons, create cause and effect links between systems, and automated email & SMS on alarm.
AppVision is an open interface to many different access control products, or can act as a standalone access control system in its own right, with many advanced features such as anti-passback, visitor management, temporary card creation as well as the ability to trace and monitor card holders around a building.
In addition to natively supporting many industry standard protocols, AppVision utilises OBIX to leverage the power of the Niagara framework, communicating with a wide range of systems in modern intelligent buildings.
AppVision enables many CCTV technologies to be controlled by one standard interface, with a built-in digital video matrix allowing operators to drag and drop camera icons onto video walls and position CCTV images in each operators desired configuration.
Manage all your sites and all equipment using one integrated command and control application
Forest Rock are the UKs distributor, Technical Resource & Training Centre for the AppVision product range. It is available to Systems Integrators or Product Manufacturers. If you are and end-user looking for a PSIM application then we can put you in touch with one of our partner installers.
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“An open system provides capabilities that enable properly implemented applications to run on a variety of platforms from multiple vendors, interoperate with other applications, and present a consistent style of interaction with the user”
UK Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)