The Palladion Central Security Management System is an innovative platform in the field of security technology, intended for building and centrally managing security systems in distributed facilities on a global scale, such as corporations, bank networks, retail store networks, offices and military facilities.
The Palladion system utilises the existing LAN/WAN and GSM/GPRS network structures to provide full integration of field security systems, such as intrusion and hold-up systems, access control systems, fire alarm systems, and building automation, using the IPS concentrator. Other types of systems operated by the Customer can also be integrated and supervised. This way, a platform
is created that enables centralised collection and analysis of facility security information in real time, as well as support in decision making, depending on the type of threats detected. In addition, the Palladion system allows each connected device to be managed centrally, e.g. to have configured operating parameters, have modified access permissions, have software updated, etc. Data collected from the entire system are utilised to create various reports used by specialised departments of a given organisation. Report templates are adapted to the procedures functioning in the organisation.
Due to the low consumption of the LAN/WAN communication link bandwidth by the Palladion system during its operation, it can operate within the Customer’s existing corporate network without a noticeable impact on network performance. Therefore there is no need for building and maintaining a dedicated monitoring network. This greatly limits the costs related to system operation.
The security of operation, provided by the encryption mechanisms of transmitted data, multi-path communication channels, and server redundancy, is an unquestionable advantage of the PALLADION system.
The PALLADION system has obtained the Certificate of Qualification that confirms meeting the highest parameters specified in the PN-EN standard: 50136-1-1 and 2-1 – Alarm systems. Alarm transmission systems and equipment.