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CSS provider manages World Trade Center security system
NORTH CANTON, Ohio (7/22/11)--Diebold Inc., a CUNA Strategic Services provider, is managing the installation, integration and maintenance of a complex security software system for the new World Trade Center (WTC) site in New York. Diebold is a CUNA Strategic Services provider. Diebold’s Situational Awareness Platform Software (SAPS) system will collect, correlate and display information from the WTC site’s critical security systems and provide identity management. Diebold’s integration efforts will connect systems to the WTC security command center through a single interface, giving operators control and views of the entire WTC site. To centralize management, Diebold will integrate devices and technologies, including identity, credential and access management systems; video surveillance systems; intrusion and fire alarms; building management systems; vertical transportation; digital intercom; radio communication; chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear detection systems; and vehicle scheduling and management systems. The systems that Diebold will integrate are interspersed among 11 primary buildings and facilities, including five skyscrapers, the third-largest transportation hub in New York City, the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum, a retail venue, a performing arts center, a vehicle security center and critical infrastructure facilities. Security is of utmost importance at the WTC site, both during and after construction. In addition to technologies it is incorporating to secure buildings and systems when the site opens for business, Diebold also implemented a perimeter security video and access-control system to secure the entire site during construction.
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