Ryan McGovern, secCloud.

Ryan McGovern’s secCloud access control, intrusion detection and automation solution is currently being installed across 25 Hornsby Shire Council sites.

“We are delighted to have been chosen by Hornsby Shire Council to supply and install an electronic access control system across its 25 community centres,” said secCloud’s Ryan McGovern.

According to McGovern, Hornsby Shire Council wanted to have one security system set up across 25 community centres, with remote monitoring of bookings and usage at all times.

“The system needed to integrate with the already operating facilities management system, Infor Pathways,” he said. “Council was looking for a supplier which could offer 24/7 support and an ongoing training and maintenance service and our secCloud managed security system fitted the bill.

“Our system was already successfully integrated with Infor Pathways online booking system for other clients and with our security operations centre up and running we could offer 24/7 monitoring of CCTV footage.

“Our installation programme is now well underway and is due for completion by mid-2020 and once completed we will provide an ongoing training and maintenance service to Hornsby Shire Council.”

The secCloud solution was developed by Ryan McGovern, electronics general manager at Independent Locksmiths & Security. Functionality includes access control, intruder alarms and building automation.