World Security Report2014-10-25 05:32:37

Southwest Microwave's Remote Polling Module II SDK Simplifies INTREPIDâ„¢ High Level Interface

Southwest Microwave has expanded the Software Development Kit (SDK) options for its INTREPIDâ„¢ Series II perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) with the addition of the Remote Polling Module II (RPM II) SDK. The RPM II package, consisting of an IP-based application layer protocol and accompanying system control hardware module, provides simplified high-level interface between third-party physical security information management (PSIM) or surveillance systems and INTREPIDâ„¢ detection technologies.

The RPM II SDK addresses the PIDS integration requirements of network-based large or multi-site facilities, enabling plug-and-play deployment, control and monitoring of the INTREPIDâ„¢ MicroPointâ„¢ II fence detection system, MicroTrackâ„¢ II buried cable detection system and MicroWave 330 digital microwave link through a user's security management or surveillance platform.

To simplify interface, only the RPM II system controller is queried by the facility's control or monitoring application. The RPM II serves as pollmaster, polling INTREPIDâ„¢ sensors and auxiliary devices for status, and communicating this information to the head-end system via TCP/IP network connection.

The RPM II SDK enables extensive control and monitoring functionality for the INTREPIDâ„¢ detection suite, including real-time notification of intrusion attempts, tamper and service alarms, tie-in of camera setting and position presets to detection zones, visual assessment of intrusion attempts or tampering, and storage of events in alarm history.

Device configuration and maintenance are conveniently achieved either locally or remotely via TCP/IP network with Southwest Microwave's intuitive universal installation service tool, which features sensor auto-discovery, guided navigation and forward propagation for single step, multi-sensor zone configuration.

Since sensor set-up and alarm reporting are handled either locally or over the network, enterprise-level facility administrators, who often manage multiple or remote sites, can view or modify system parameters and monitor alarm activity from anywhere at any time.

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