In the world of security, “more” is usually better: more security, more functionality, more criminals deterred. “More” is a concept that we’re well familiar with — especially when it comes to our NLSS Gateway product suite.
These unique IP security solutions stuff more security into one box than ever before. And the recently introduced NLSS Gateway 5000 takes it one step further, providing enterprise-level security for large installations, like corporate campuses, government buildings and even cities. These days, an enterprise (not a starship Enterprise, mind you) with complex and large-scale security systems demand unified security management and need solutions that simplify the management of these sophisticated systems.
The Gateway 5000 combines video management, access control, video analytics and intrusion into one, easy-to-use networked platform. It even gives customers customized management tools so they can more easily manage their large surveillance systems. After all, keeping an eye on the surveillance network for an entire city is a fairly daunting task, without the right technology.
To make the Gateway 5000 system accessible from anywhere, at any time, we’ve also given it an intuitive, web-based user interface—enabling users to streamline management of their IP devices with one appliance, while still being flexible and mobile. It’s even user-friendly during installation: it includes advanced deployment tools such as auto-discovery and provisioning, and it’s based on industry standards to keep things simple. And the sophisticated event management system allows for streamlined reporting, which truly does give users a gateway into their entire security infrastructure.
Large enterprises also benefit from the Gateway 5000′s consolidated user interface, unique video search tools and simplified export of video evidence, all of which allow users to make more informed decisions while getting the most out of their technology investments. Other features include enhanced system health monitoring, additional languages and second-generation face capture. Of course, the Gateway 5000 supports the recently released 3.0 version of the Gateway software, which adds NextDetect analytic reporting, audio alerts and additional camera support to the package.
How’s that for futuristic?