ACTviquest brings access control and VMS together at IFSEC 2014 - STAND D1925Written by In Security Editor
Published in Industry News
The system is designed for all levels of security risk with ACTviquest scaling according to the size of the application. Alongside ACT’s ACTenterprise access control engine, the video management is also paired with local analytics that will alert the user to significant behaviour such as overcrowding alarms or analysis of footfall in retail environments.
The initial offering covers a range of uses from entry-level to major installations. ACTviquest is the entry-level product, aimed at plug-and-play simplicity and ease of use. With 4TB of storage, eight video channels and up to 100 access control doors, the system has been developed for users who require an integrated security platform that is easy to manage and install.
For medium to large installations, ACT is offering ACTviquest+ which features 16 video channels, 16TB of storage and an unlimited number of access control doors. This is available as either a 19" rack-mountable version or as a desktop configuration.
ACTviquestPRO is for large installations where integrated control room security is a top priority with no limit to the number of video channels or access doors. Available only to certified installers, it is also compatible with the ACTViquestWALL integration which will display multiple feeds across a control room of monitors for true control room display and efficiency such as external signage or video feed integration.
Shay Moran, Chairman of ACT, said: "ACTviquest underpins our commitment to scalable integration. We pride ourselves on helping clients to manage an ever-increasing range of data types and security risk. Now, ACT is combining VMS and access control as a logical way of maximising its clients’ situational awareness. ACTviquest is an illustration of this strategy."
The ACTviquest range supports most major camera brands including Ganz, PixelPro, Vivotek, Hikvision, Bosch, Sony, Samsung and many more.
ACT are exhibiting at IFSEC 2014 (Stand D1925) and will be demonstrating the new ACTviquest range.