Unified Situational Awareness

AMAG Technology’s Symmetry™ Control Room is Command and Control Software that Unifies Security

Symmetry Control Room from AMAG Technology, a G4S Company, provides a single operational window for situational awareness and managing video, alarms, and events. Security personnel no longer need to jump from one system to another to acknowledge and manage alarms.

situational awarenessSymmetry Control Room will integrate with AMAG’s entire Symmetry portfolio, which includes video, visitor, identity, incident management, intrusion, and access control, as well as best-of-breed manufacturers that are part of the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program.

Monitoring Symmetry’s platforms through Control Room delivers real-time intelligence for better decision making, more efficient operations, and quicker responses to incidents. Automated workflows provide precise instructions for rapid responses. Operating procedures are defined and outlined to provide a safer environment.

“In the past three years, AMAG has released video, visitor, identity, and incident management platforms. Control Room brings all these solutions into one operational window for optimal efficiency and total situational awareness,” said Jason Schimpf, VP of Product & Partner Programs, AMAG Technology.

Control Room comes standard with a powerful graphics engine enabling users to create a custom graphic interface for clear and efficient navigation. Its advanced mapping capabilities support the most popular graphic formats (PNG, JPG, WMF) as well as direct support for Autocad files (DWG or DXF), providing users with flexibility and total graphical freedom. Users can respond to events in real-time using dynamic, multi-layer vector-based maps to better visualize a unified security environment.

Control Room integrates with OpenStreetMaps for easy geolocation of events and navigation of all sites. Users can use geo-coordinates to dynamically place and find objects (cameras, card readers, transport vehicles, guards, etc.). From the map, users can view alarms, unlock doors, and track events or activity by map location.