AxiomV Enterprise Security Management System for large multi-site/multi-tenant applications, seamlessly integrates Access Control, Alarm Monitoring, and Video Surveillance into an elegant and versatile building management and security system.
Bringing together different aspects of security management can be challenging. AxiomV stands up to the challenge by combining Access Control and Alarm Monitoring with Video, Building management automation, Asset tracking, Guard tour and Visitor management, and many more important security functions into an elegant and versatile security management solution.
Harnessing the power of the Microsoft SQL Server™and powerful MS .NET™ framework, AxiomV is positioned on the cutting edge of modern security technology. Adding new applications and solutions is easy due to the flexibility of the underlying software and hardware platform.
Solid architecture and a highly customizable, flexible user interface provides powerful tools for Enterprise Security management. Robust and highly sophisticated hardware implements a variety of flexible solutions at a firmware level. Designed and manufactured “in house”, AxiomV offers unmatched longevity and will insure a long life span for a security investment. AxiomV provides a sophisticated yet affordable solution for systems of all sizes.
AxiomV™ Enterprise Edition is built on multi-server architecture, where discreet servers are implemented across the corporate network with “Hot standby” and automatic “Fail-over” features. In case of one of the communication and/or data servers going offline, there is a fully synchronized, up-to-date standby server ready to take over.
Each Communications Server handles multiple networks of UNC-500s / UNC-100s via a wide variety of communication technologies. Each one of those NC networks can have multiple connections to a Comm. Server. Our unique architecture allows these backup channels to connect to both “Master” and “Slave” UNCs/NCs constituting a network. This way, not only the loss of a communication channel is sustainable, but also a failure of one or more of the Network Controllers. The “Slave” controller will assume the role of a “Master” as the backup communications channel activates.
D-NET connects devices such as RC-2 Reader Controllers IOC-16 Input/Output controllers to the UNC-500 / UNC-100. 38.4 Kbps, RS- 485 circuit runs on a “Class A” bi-directional communication loop of twisted, shielded copper pair. UNC-500 / UNC-100, 4-8 of the RC- 2s and 16 IOC-16 controllers act as boosters and repeaters, combining the 3,000’ distances between individual devices into a 15,000’ loop. Due to its bi-directional nature, D-NET can sustain cable sabotage and failure of a device.
C-NET connects up to 15 UNC-500 / UNC-100s to each other creating a network of NCs. 2.5 Mbps, ARCNET packet-based, supervised and self-adjustable C-NET runs on a “Class A” bi-directional communication loop of twisted, shielded copper pair. Each UNC-100 acts as a booster and a repeater, combining 2,000’ distances between individual NCs into a 12,000’ loop. Due to its bi-directional nature, C-NET can sustain a C-NET cable sabotage and a failure of a UNC-500 / UNC-100.
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