Enhanced AIM ESP enterprise security suite from aRINC has new command and control capabilities

ANNAPOLIS, Md., 11 Oct. 2010. ARINC announced new command and control capabilities for its AIM ESP enterprise security suite. AIM ESP will be demonstrated at the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) 2010 Seminar & Exhibit, October 12-15 in Dallas at Booth 1842.

Posted by John McHale

ANNAPOLIS, Md., 11 Oct. 2010. ARINC announced new command and control capabilities for its AIM ESP enterprise security suite. AIM ESP will be demonstrated at the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) 2010 Seminar & Exhibit, October 12-15 in Dallas at Booth 1842.

The rollout of enhanced AIM ESP includes a more powerful independent video server distribution capability that delivers real-time video streaming in any configuration, on any networked liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor. AIM ESP's new video wall concept can be instantly configured by users to meet any enterprise surveillance requirements.

AIM ESP enhances operation of high-end critical facilities by interconnecting multiple third-party sensor systems and thermal cameras for wide-area counter surveillance requirements. An open architecture platform allows AIM ESP to be easily enhanced with unique commands of many manufacturers for CCD and thermal camera control.

ARINC has integrated a random camera-movement algorithm to provide 100 percent time-domain coverage of a designated area, for motion detection without repeated or predictable camera movements. Designed to foil intruders who analyze camera movements, this can potentially reduce the need for hardware and manpower. At sites providing dry-contacts for legacy intrusion sensors, AIM ESP can be retrofitted to capture and report state changes seamlessly, with continual monitoring exceeding operational requirements. It continually captures and stores real-time and point data, and its highly tuned relational database engine facilitates reports and real-time information display on any ESP client, for situational awareness at any facility.

Emphasis on availability at critical facilities led ARINC to integrate software redundancy features for server-to-server high speed failover and recovery on virtually any detected fault. For media and information transport, AIM ESP can be configured with dual TCP/IP networks to extend system availability and ensure data integrity throughout network.

ARINC's AIM ESP development is focused on integration with components with open architectures. This preserves legacy systems and maintains a return on investment among customers in a variety of industries with significant investments in video servers, access control, intrusion detection, and surveillance infrastructure.

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