With increase in safety issues, need for a centralized Command and Center has increased. Whether public safety or enterprise oriented, security managers are charged with increasing responsibilities to protect the public and maximize productivity. But ensuring high levels of physical security without significantly increasing the number of security personnel or budget looks to be a daunting task. In addition, lack of interoperability between multiple security systems can intensely impact operational efficiency and increase overall costs. Responses need to be quick and effective to minimize losses. A heightened sense of security and ever increasing challenges require new tactics with more access to integrated system and centralized information. This alarms the need of designing and implementing Command and Control Rooms for Critical Infrastructure across different industries.
Shyam’s portfolio offers a wide selection of solutions that facilitate the implementation of the Command and Control Center needed for Infrastructure protection. With closely integrated solutions, Control Room operators get proactively alerts of any specific event immediately as it occurs. Knowing the nature and location of the incident in real time provides a huge advantage. The Command and Control Centers provide a single, scalable graphical user interface to help integrate, manage and maintain all existing physical security systems and assets. By enabling users to build automated security policies and response plans, we help to manage standards. And, with Shyam’s innovative system design, implementation, training and support services, we can be single point of contact for all security requirements. Shyam has the ability to seamlessly integrate information from different information management systems, into a single operator interface
Features & Benefits
- A full end-to-end scalable and secure control center addressing all requirements of managing disparate Security Systems.
- Single Graphical User Interface for more control on the security devices.
- Central Data Center to hold critical data with needed security, storage and disaster recovery facilities.
- An open, non-proprietary architecture helps to increase situational awareness through integration with existing security infrastructure and this also helps to bring down the overall cost