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PDK and Rhombus introduce access control and VMS cloud integration

The PDK/Rhombus integrated solution requires no onsite servers and no downloaded software


March 30, 2021
By SP&T Staff

ProdataKey (PDK) announced the release of an integration with Rhombus Systems.

According to a company statement, The PDK/Rhombus integration allows users of a Pdk io access control system to easily associate readers with Rhombus cameras, facilitating automated processes that simplifying monitoring while enhancing security. Video clips for all entry events are captured and indexed, and may be filtered and searched for easy investigation. Real-time alerts for unauthorized access, tailgating, and persons-of-interest may be sent to system administrators, speeding up response time. Rhombus license plate recognition can be tied to garage and parking access points, providing frictionless entry for employees while documenting visitor access.

The PDK/Rhombus integrated solution requires no onsite servers and no downloaded software. Integration between the systems is accomplished in seconds via a few clicks within the software interface via phone, tablet, or web-enabled computer. Dealers may customize trigger events and automated responses to align with customers’ security objectives. The integration is fully scalable, supporting an unlimited number of PDK and Rhombus devices. Both systems offer end-to-end encryption for enterprise-grade security.

“We are extremely excited about PDK’s partnership with Rhombus,” Dallan Labrum, ProdataKey’s director of sales, said in a statement. “Sharing a video integration with another cloud-based solution allows our dealer partners to install more product in less time, while offering their customers a more robust, effective security solution that leverages the power of video analytics.”

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