The Magic of Mix & Match Communications

March 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2006, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p58
Trade Publication
The article features Ithaca, New York-based Cornell University's Digitize System 3505 alarm monitoring system which identifies and provides details on the alarm source. As part of the upgrade, the system was replaced. The older system simply monitored reverse polarity alarms that only identified the building where the alarm originated. The alarm points of the new system are sent to Digitize's Computer Graphics Response and Management System program for more detailed alarm monitoring and graphic display.


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