Quintron Systems, Inc. recently announced a new UC3 Unified Command, Control & Communications solution, designed for Emergency, Safety and Security Operations Centers. The solution was developed by the integration of Quintorn’s AccessNsite interoperable security management solution, along with its unique voice communications technology.
Quintorn is one of the largest companies in interoperable Enterprise-Class Systems for Security Command, Control & Communications. The new UC3 family of products can be operated as an integrated management suite, as required by the application, or as independent solutions for communications only/command and control only.
“AccessNsite coupled with our innovative command center voice communications technology provides a new level of enterprise safety and security management,” said Rick Foster, director, marketing & sales, Security Systems Division.
The Quintron UC3 management suite offers users unified access control, alarm monitoring, secure credential management, live voice communications and video surveillance. The Quintron’s AccessNsite integrated security management platform gives operators, who are in security and safety operations centers, relevant information allowing them to evaluate unauthorized facility access, alarm events as well as different types of sensor triggers.
Immediate, live command and control communications significantly advances response times and performance in these events under different conditions in a controlled facility.
There are a number of critical events, like work site or school site violence, that depend on first hand live communication for successful management. Yet the majority of current enterprise-class security monitoring and control systems do not meet the expectations in live voice communications for situational response.
“No matter how capable the monitoring, control, and display capability of a system is, the response force is blind without real-time live voice communications that direct their response to the actual conditions detected by the control system or as seen by an independent observer,” Foster added. “No one provides the level of situational management as does Quintron – no one.”
Edited by Braden Becker