Situational Awareness and Effective Protection through Innovative Security and Control Systems


Modern command and control systems enable the display, analysis and control of various locally distributed security systems through a single overarching system. With Synergy 3, the command and control platform from Synectics, various security applications can be displayed and operated via a graphical user interface. This ensures a constantly updated, complete situational overview, and enables swift responses to potential threats - without having to monitor a large number separate subsystems.

The following list shows a small selection of subsystems and data that can be seamlessly integrated into our command and control systems:

  • Video and video management systems
  • Access control systems
  • Intruder alarm systems
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Building controls
  • Perimeter protection systems
  • Communication systems
  • Intercom / PA / emergency phones
  • IT infrastructure
  • Evacuation systems
  • Radar and GPS information
  • Maintenance and service messages

Today’s control rooms house various digital and analogue systems from different manufacturers. For these complex system environments, Synergy 3 offers an innovative, flexible and map-based user interface, a centralized command and control console and a professional management suite with unparalleled flexibility, reliability and scalability. Building on over 25 years of industry experience and with the ambition to develop individually customizable, hardware-agnostic surveillance products, Synergy 3 offers a comprehensive, mulit-sector solution.

With its open architecture further systems can easily be added, in addition to the integration of existing third-party systems. This includes capabilities to integrate video management and display systems, as well as video systems from other manufacturers.

Furthermore, Synergy 3 can be used to coordinate, schedule and guide emergency services on the ground, such as ambulance, fire, or police patrols. Thanks to pre-definable procedures and configurable decision trees operators can respond quickly and confidently to a broad range of incidents and threats.

Typical examples are:

  • Notification of access control
  • Fire and smoke
  • Incoming emergency call
  • Abandoned luggage in airports
  • Affray in public areas
  • Accident involving hazardous substances
  • Fault in building management systems
  • Machine faults
  • Leakages (gas, oil, etc.)

With the powerful Dataveillance feature, incoming data can be analyzed and compared in order to consider it in its entirety and assess the situation. Once data has been transferred from the various integrated systems in the network, Dataveillance is able to provide a shared database environment and a graphical user interface. This allows algorithms that have been developed specifically to uncover threat scenarios, fraud and theft, to process and analyze information with high precision.