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  • Country: United Kingdom
  • City: Leicester
  • Address: Unit 1 & 2, The Old Tack Rooms, Home Farm, Normanton Le Heath, Leic
  • Contact Person: Chris Berry

Initsys Merlin Project Completion
Source: Inhouse Marketing
London, Oct. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Initsys Ltd a leading Unified Risk Management provider, announced today that it has recently completed a significant critical infrastructure security project. The contract award, received from a government in the Middle East, called for Initsys to design, engineer, deploy and integrate into a command and control infrastructure a state of the art security and surveillance system. The award included deployment of security and surveillance elements including triple play access control, multi-layer perimeter protection and over two hundred channels of CCTV to protect a significant national asset. The system has been designed to ensure that false triggers are kept to a minimum whilst maintaining all round protection.

The system is built around Merlin, Initsys's risk management platform, and includes cutting edge push to responder vehicle alarms/CCTV using LTE (4G) along with predictive alarm management, asset tracking of over one thousand separate in transit elements and utilising "Track and Zoom" in alarm state.

This recent contract award represents customer related and other risk considerations, no additional information is being provided at this stage.

Christopher Berry, "Our entire organization is proud to have received this most recent security and surveillance deployment award for this critical strategic customer. We believe that Initsys is a premier critical Unified Risk Management provider, and we are honoured to participate in securing high level security risks such as this. This award was based solely on the technology and justifies a significant investment in forward thinking development made during the coldness of a long term recession".
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