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Welcome to the Advancis booth at the Security trade fair in Essen, Germany
Above all, we from Advancis are presenting our most recent version WinGuard X3.
WinGuard PSIM, PSIM is one of the mega trends at this event and we are one of the pioneers within this sector.
Our company was founded in 1994. Now I would like to present you the new version as well as important innovations of WinGuard
First of all, it is all about the user interface, as the challenge is to present the huge amount of information,
that is available today, in a unified and easy to handle way.
That the information coming in is converted into processes and that we help the user sitting in front of all of this,
leading him through all the different situations.
One of the main concerns that came up during the last years from the customers side was that such systems are becoming more complex,
when it comes to data supply and that they require lots of time expenditure. This is why we invented EasySetup for configuration.
Already after a 3-days training, you are able to create plans by Drag and Drop and to control these contents dynamically and not via layer structures,
but to switch datapoint filters on or off, so that you are really able to setup and execute a small project within one or two days
and in the end to show the customer a perfect solution for entry-level solution.
What mainly differentiates WinGuard X2 from our most recent tool WinGuard X3? The main point is the new flexible layout interface,
covering small applications up to very large ones.
From a retail price of 2900 € up to several hundred thousands,
everything can be adapted with just one tool to fulfill the customer requirements.
Another feature is the new flexible user interface.
Third feature is the dynamic workflow and fourthly we have integrated geocoordinates, extending WinGuard to a geoinformation system.
I would like to give you a short technology demonstration. In this case we take
pre-selectedly Essen. Now I can for example choose the map type, and I have set up these two subway stations.
All datapoints that we now see here, cameras and emergency call boxes, are georeferenced. I can display different contents depending on the zoom level.
For example here now the fairground. And the more detailed we enter into the map, irrelevant information is hidden
and relevant information is shown until we stop at the end at our trade fair both.
Carrying this out to the very end, we can now display the camera here on which we can both be seen in the very moment.