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Lodgic Intelligence Network Controls New Web-Enabled Site Services

22nd May 2017

Lodgic Intelligence Network Controls New Web-Enabled Site Services
Stand C1030 at IFSEC 2017, June 20-22, Excel London


Security, facilities and logistics managers can remotely monitor and control an extended range of systems across multiple sites through Lodge Service’s Lodgic intelligence network. Applications range from a new ‘conflict management’ system to remotely monitor and protect staff from assault, to alarm response and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning).

The Lodgic network cuts operational costs for loss prevention and facility management by up to 50 per cent, Lodge Service says. This is achieved through opportunities to reduce staffing levels on site and efficiencies in managing services 24-7 such as lighting and refrigeration.

The ARC (Alarm Receiving Centre) can despatch and manage on-site security, repair and maintenance teams in response to alarms, protect sites and minimise operational downtime. The intelligence network includes two-way communication for alarm signal verification and reporting, as well as GPS tracking and remote access control.

The Lodgic team at IFSEC will be answering visitor questions on all issues of connectivity, compatibility and testing. Almost any web-enabled system or service can be supported by the network, with real-time monitoring and alerts to a smartphone, tablet or other selected device.

The intelligence network combines the control of on-site systems with options for additional services such as manned guarding, investigations, staff screening and other personnel services through a single source.

Contact:

Lodgic
Unit 10 Centech Park

Fringe Meadow Road

B98 9NR

Redditch

United Kingdom

www.lodgeservice.com

contactus@lodgeservice.com

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