Magnum Power Security, a security technology provider, has been named the exclusive North American distributor of Deva, an all-in-one multimedia system.
Deva, a certified product of Genetec, broadcasts messages, streams information and collects data, according to the company. It features an HD camera, a high-powered full-range speaker, and an array of ambient sensors.
“We are thrilled to increase Deva’s footprint across North America,” says Mark Meding, CEO of Magnum Power Security. “With installations at the Cincinnati Zoo and the Long Beach Convention Center, Deva offers organizations a solution that operates not only as public address and entertainment systems, but also features a wide variety of security solutions, from using software to support social distancing to monitoring spaces with its built-in HD camera.”
Deva also enables cross-processing of data gathered through both its ‘eye’ and sensors. Using its ‘eye,’ it can spot an abandoned object and alert an administrator.
It is weatherproof and works wirelessly both indoors and outdoors to transmit real-time or recorded emergency messaging. Deva can also be integrated into existing evacuation systems due to its advanced connectivity options, says the company.
For organizations looking to mitigate COVID-19, Deva can help support social distancing measures through third-party software by identifying the number of people in the area. It responds in real-time when that number goes beyond a set limit.
Deva can also be integrated with a third-party body temperature measurement system to help security personnel screen employees and visitors entering a building. It can provide an audio warning or latch and unlatch a turnstile to prevent individuals with higher body temperatures from entering a facility.
Additional security features include the ability to witness an intrusion and trigger an audible alarm while altering an administrator.
Magnum Power Security is currently seeking resellers.
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