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ICT upgrades Geutebrück G-Core integration to support V6.1

ICT upgrades Geutebrück G-Core integration to support V6.1
Leading manufacturer of intelligent electronic access control announces feature enhancements are now available to support v6.1 of the Geutebrück G-Core VMS within Protege GX.
ICT, a leading manufacturer of intelligent access control and security solutions, have announced an update is now available to their Geutebrück G-Core VMS (video management system) integration.
When integrated, the Protege GX Geutebrück Video Service provides a comprehensive sync between Protege GX and the G-Core NVR server. Camera feeds are seamlessly embedded into fully customizable Protege GX status pages or interactive floor plans, delivering complete oversight of any property. This integration enables operators to confirm alarms or events in real time and view live and historical video footage without the need to leave the platform.
This bi-directional exchange of information enables the communication of PTZ triggers and alarm interfaces back to the NVR for actionable site security.
Alan Johnson, GM of Geutebrück Pty Ltd says “Aligning with ICT enables us to provide a unified solution for security personnel. A core value at Geutebrück is intuitive usability, which I am happy to report continues with this update.”
Temperature and humidity notification and detection events are now actionable within Protege GX alongside an associated/linked camera, allowing operators to monitor or customize alarms based on the end-user requirements. Sensor audio alarms are now also manageable as events within the system to strengthen the monitoring capabilities of operators.
This upgrade continues to support License Plate Recognition (LPR) via a Geutebrück server-based and/or camera-based LPR algorithm, enabling Protege GX to detect and assign license plate credentials to users for access control such as gate entry.
Richard Hawker, Chief Revenue Officer for ICT says, “Geutebrück offers a great solution, we’re delighted to be able to extend our support to v6.1 of G-Core and look forward to implementing future improvements.”
Protege GX feature support for G-Core 6.1 also enables operators to:
• View historic and archived video footage.
• View live or archived video footage directly from an event associated with a camera.
• Automatically launch a camera view window when specific types of events occur.
• Send pre-set PTZ commands to the VMS in response to a Protege GX event filter.
• View HLI events directly in Protege GX such as motion detection, low disk space, excess body temperature detected, license plate detected, sound detected, camera online/offline and camera physical on/off.
Geutebrück G-Core manages video images and is the base for an optimally customizable complete solution. The system can be used as a stand-alone unit or expanded to any size and complexity by linking several G-Core systems. The range of features is customized to meet any specific requirements via selectable options. As an open platform, G-Core provides access to a large number of integrations with leading manufacturers such as ICT. G-Core is especially easy to use and intuitive to operate which complements the Protege GX platforms similar ethos for usability.
Protege GX version 4.3.298 or higher is required, valid Protege camera licenses and version of Geutebrück G-Core are needed - please consult an ICT sales representative for your project requirements. Supported thermal or LPR cameras are determined by Geutebrück in addition to humidity configuration, please refer to Geutebrück for further details. For more information on this integration visit:

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