DVTel, Rontal Partner to Offer Integrated PSIM Solution
RIDGEFIELD, N.J.—DVTel Inc. has signed a co-marketing agreement with Rontal Applications Ltd., a developer and provider of incident management and operational continuity systems. The companies will collaborate to market a unique joint integration suite of DVTel’s intelligent Security Operations Center (iSOC) and Rontal’s SimGuard to provide a comprehensive physical security incident management (PSIM) solution for command and control centers.
The joint offering enables data fusion of multiple onsite safety and security sensors, presenting the events on a geo-typical 3D model, and correlating all video sources automatically and geographically based, to the location of the event. The integrated suite brings together the full capabilities of the DVTel iSOC video management system with Rontal’s SimGuard Incident Management System to create a PSIM solution that will enhance an organization’s ability to manage real-time operations and events, as well as to improve its ability to debrief and investigate post events for future improvement, according to the companies.
The integrated suite processes disparate video and other data sources via a rules-based engine to create real-time situational awareness that significantly improves operator response to emergency and allows quick recovery back to normal operations, the companies say.
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