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Johnson Controls develops C•CURE IQ for commercial and complex buildings

The UX leverages Johnson Controls and can be scaled from 10 doors to thousands with access to cameras, readers and sensors simultaneously.


March 30, 2022
By SP&T Staff

MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls has launched C•CURE IQ, a cloud-ready software platform unifying the enterprise access control solution of Software House’s C•Cure 9000 powered by American Dynamic’s VideoEdge solutions.

The company says the the technology provides deployment flexibility – cloud, on-premises, hybrid, IaaS/SaaS. Additionally, the software was designed for use in industries such as enterprise, government, airports, smart cities, manufacturing, healthcare, and others with Edge AI.

“We’re shaping the future of physical security to create a world that’s safe, comfortable and healthy to elevate the way the world lives, works, and plays,” said Dave Pulling, VP and general manager in a statement.

“The Johnson Controls team is building the new standard for connected AI technology in the security products market, and we look forward to sharing our new products with the marketplace.“

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The unified user experience in C•Cure IQ allows customers to monitor, manage, and research security events and incidents originating from either access control or video systems in a single security operation centre to help improve efficiency and reduce response times.

The UX leverages Johnson Controls and can be scaled from 10 doors to thousands with access to cameras, readers and sensors simultaneously.

Among the C•CURE IQ features are customizable monitoring views which means users can build a dashboard with pre-selected doors that they would like to monitor and pre-program widgets to unlock the doors, trigger a lockdown event and other features.

Users can also choose from a list of pre-configured monitoring layouts or create custom layouts that are designed for access, video or unified users.

The software integrates with VideoEdge & Exacq enabling users to apply metadata from deep learning AI Illustra cameras to support live monitoring and forensic response workflows.

“The new C•CURE IQ solution is fully integrated with OpenBlue, our enterprise smart buildings digital platform, so that our customers can leverage alerts, telemetry, and video streams as part of their full view of their smart buildings ecosystem,” said Vijay Sankaran, chief technology officer, Johnson Controls in a statement.