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Sielox updates Pinnacle access control platform

December 5, 2022  By  SP&T Staff

Sielox says it has enhanced the capabilities of its Pinnacle 11.0 Access Control Platform with “pre-emptive intelligence.”

User-selectable filters provide Pinnacle users with real-time data on access activity and system status. These enhanced capabilities are available to all new and existing Pinnacle users with current support agreements.

“Traditional access control platforms are often seen as an operating expense that simply control entry and egress with little to no pre-emptive capabilities. Pinnacle challenges that notion by delivering new sources of data and intelligence that can help security professionals identify anomalies, suspicious activities, system failures and other potential threats in real-time,” said Karen Evans, president, Sielox, in a statement. “In addition to delivering advanced access performance and compliance for physical security and business intelligence applications, Pinnacle enhances overall personal identification and identity management processes — all within the context of the Pinnacle platform.”

Pinnacle 11 allows users to leverage pre-emptive data and advanced notifications for a range of applications including: controlled/privileged access levels; contractor and contingent worker management; emergency access management including lockdowns and mustering; occupancy management; compliance/audit management; workforce management time and attendance; insider threat detection and risk mitigation (access attempts/denied/expired credentials/incorrect pin/reader deactivated or modified…); health management and contact tracing; system tampering; forced entry; badge management (created/deleted/modified…); event history, system/device status and programming for all doors, readers and controllers; and alarm and false alarm management.

Additional new features include support of Windows 11, enhanced Time Zones schedules and holidays with expanded configuration, and enhanced email notification.

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