LANSING (WWJ) — IDV Solutions, developer of the physical security and risk visualization software Visual Command Center, said that Washington, D.C.-based Condortech Services had become a value-added reseller partner for IDV.

Condortech is a security systems integrator serving law enforcement, military, and federal agencies in the United States and Latin America.

Visual Command Center empowers organizations to protect their people, facilities, operations, and events. It monitors real-time risk feeds such as acts of terrorism, weather, hazardous materials, and physical security devices. When a risk is detected near an asset or employee location, Visual Command Center automatically generates an alert. Security operators use powerful visualization, filtering, and data query tools to rapidly assess the threat, and act to mitigate risk.

Condortech brings more than 25 years of expertise in comprehensive design-build security systems to the partnership. It has over $2.6 billion in assets under protection of its systems in the Washington, D.C. area. Services include perimeter and intrusion detection, biometrics and physical access control, video surveillance and analytics, and alarm monitoring.

“Condortech Services exemplifies the ideal partner for IDV Solutions and Visual Command Center,” said M.G. Karch, Vice President of Federal Systems, IDV Solutions. “With a track record of successful projects and contacts throughout federal, state, and local governments, they are poised to develop new business opportunities. Their deep technical expertise in security systems means they’ll be able integrate and deploy Visual Command Center solutions that meet stringent customer requirements.”

“Visual Command Center has emerged as a ‘must-have’ technology for commercial and government-sector security operations centers,” said Jorge Lozano, Condortech CEO. “Visual Command Center empowers security operations to perform at a high level by enhancing situational awareness, and enabling teams to assess risks, make decisions rapidly, and collaborate with internal or external stakeholders.”

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