The technical preview includes a new customizable workflow engine shown as a solution for logistics operators, an improved video pipeline subsystem, and a new mobile app for remote management.
Senstar, a leading provider of sensing and information management solutions for the protection of critical sites and infrastructure, is providing a glimpse into the near future for the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform at ISC West this week, in Las Vegas. The technical preview includes a new customizable workflow engine shown as a solution for logistics operators, an improved video pipeline subsystem, and a new mobile app for remote management.
“Senstar is pleased to be showing significant advancements to our Symphony Common Operating Platform,” stated Jeremy Weese, Chief Technology Officer at Senstar. “Our software team has been developing a new workflow engine which will allow integrators to visually design custom workflows that address customer-specific problems.”
The engine uses sequenced events from multiple sources to trigger rules. Sources can be anything managed by the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform, including video analytic metadata, sensor status, access control devices, monitored I/O devices, and integrations to other systems. “We are pleased to demonstrate how Senstar can solve real problems faced by logistics operators,” stated Fabien Haubert, Managing Director at Senstar. “In this scenario, the new workflow engine checks if a truck is matched with its cargo correctly. This solution can be customized to suit an organization’s business processes.”
"The rule based engine allows the integrator more flexibility in designing the solution, thus offering a better product to the end user. From a technical point of view, the we can add new events based on ONVIF Profile M or the JSON protocol.. We can also search for past events" Said Tom Hofer, product manager in Senstar, during ISC West.
The Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform is a modular solution for security management and data intelligence. In addition to being an open, highly scalable video management system with built-in AI-based video analytics, it includes full-featured access control and perimeter intrusion detection modules.
Also previewing as part of the Senstar Symphony demonstration at the Senstar booth are: • new user-friendly mobile app for iOS and Android devices which will allow management of common Symphony features • new video pipeline subsystem with lightning-fast video switching between complex, multi-view video panels • ONVIF Profile M support, which enables access to metadata from cameras and other devices without the need for custom integrations.
New functionality will be made available in updates to the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform in Q2.