Lenel announces OnGuard 2005

December 2004 Cyber Security

In September, Lenel Systems International, developer of integrated security systems for commercial markets, announced a new edition of its award-winning OnGuard product suite. OnGuard 2005 expands the offerings of Lenel's Total Security Knowledge Management Solution to include a broad range of enhancements to the company's solutions portfolio, including realtime digital video content analysis, plug-and-play IP camera integration, support for iris identity and ultrasonic fingerprint scanning technologies, multichannel audio recording, in-line smartcard encoding and a cardholder escort feature.

"With OnGuard 2005, Lenel continues to strengthen its market leadership position by pushing the concepts of innovation and open systems to new heights," says Rudy Prokupets, Lenel's chief technology officer and executive vice president of Research and Development. "This new release demonstrates our ability to continually venture into entirely new realms to maximise the total security experience for the customer, while offering optimal performance, flexibility, reliability and cost-effectiveness."

For more information contact Phil Mailes, Lenel, 0944 1483 815234, [email protected], www.lenel.com





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