Integrated Systems

G-SIM release

by Mark Rowe

Geutebruck‘s G-SIM is a security information management system. The German company reports that a development team works constantly on new optimizations under the motto “Simply More Efficiency”. G-SIM can now be synchronised with Microsoft Active Directory. This user management is further simplified. As for the processing of site maps: customer-specific symbols, called map object graphics can now be stored in a central library. This makes individual adjustments easier.

For more flexibility at the control monitor, scenes and layouts can be permanently assigned. This makes it possible to always show the same scene. And for more reliability against failures, multiple spare recorders are now introduced for the fail-over feature. Previously, only one spare could be used per configured site.

The developers add that G-SIM closes future connections to recorders that are not in use. G-SIM does this automatically for the user in the background.

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