CNL has
integrated several Pelco video products into its PSIM platform,
IPSecurityCenter. The strategic partnership will see CNL integrating with other
leading products from Pelco and will allow further sharing of SDKs, DDKs and

The two companies
“have a shared view of distributed intelligence for physical security, a move
away from proprietary technology, which has long been a limiting factor in
truly collaborative physical security operations,” according to a joint

With its Partner
First Program, Pelco security partners can develop security technologies within
the company’s ecosystem.

“We see this
security enabling technology as a way of allowing physical security to engage
with wider business operations,” says Stephane Lantoine, Pelco’s API business
manager EMEA.

IPSecurityCenter platform is aimed at bridging the gap between physical
security and IT. It creates network-centric, connected solutions that allow
distributed video, audio or data without proprietary restrictions.

“The use of
IPSecurityCenter will allow users of Pelco’s products to integrate with other
security systems to form a complete security management system,” according to
Matthew Kushner, CNL’s president of the Americas. “It also allows further
future integration possibilities with other business systems, such as BMS, HR
and logistics.”