The integration allows for end users to seamlessly combine their AEOS locking system with a fully featured building, fire and security management system, Datalog. As a result users can benefit from better operational control, full situational awareness and a complete audit trail of alarms, events and user interactions.
Datalog is a modular software suite that operates as a single or multi user graphical user interface, providing local and remote site monitoring and control of building, fire, security and energy systems.
The software provides smarter interoperability for multiple technologies across multiple sites; assisting organisations to reduce risk and costs, while maximising situation awareness and operational efficiency.
Jason Blundell, Head of Sales & Marketing for Cortech Developments commenting on the integration said “We are delighted to welcome Nedap into our portfolio of integration partners; we are looking forward to working together and providing innovation within access control. The partnership between Nedap and Cortech demonstrates our on-going commitment to offer users flexibility and the widest choice, when selecting an integrated software platform.”
AEOS goes beyond opening doors, and Datalog is more than just accepting triggers. Combining the two pieces of technology allows you to decide how to react and respond to a specific situation, ensuring that your employees and visitors are safe and your assets are protected.