New Features of the Map Module in RACS 5 v2.0

The map module available in the VISO software, designed to manage Roger's RACS 5 v2.0 access control system, has been extended with new features.

The most important of these include:

  • global action on individual map objects as well as integrated systems, so the operator can immediately react to the occurring events;
  • creation of a situation plan for the monitored area, so the system operator can track multiple objects (buildings, floors) at the same time, without having to switch between separate maps;
  • real-time tracking of the number of people present in monitored areas, giving the operator quick and easy access to information on how many people are currently in the room or area, which is particularly critical when conducting an evacuation action, e.g. during a fire;
  • division of the map areas into alarm zones with visualisation of their current status and alarm signaling, thanks to which the operator is able to react quickly and effectively to alarm events.

The scope of existing integrations in the RACS 5 system including CCTV (Dahua, Hikvison, BCS, IPOX, ONVIF) and intruder alarm (SATEL INTEGRA, Honeywell Galaxy Dimension) systems, and others has been extended with Bosch and Siemens fire alarm systems. Elements of all the above-mentioned integrated systems can be presented in the map module.

 The module for visualising system operation is a tool for the operator that improves both the efficiency of his operation and the security level of the system he manages. The ability to interact with the objects of the native RACS 5 system and the integrated systems makes it possible, in many cases, to comprehensively manage security systems from the VISO software level.

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