Intergrated Security Manufacturing Ltd

Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)

Genesys v2 distributes control across all workstations. Archaic server-based systems are unreliable. When your server goes down your security is severely compromised.

Enter Genesys v2 the culmination of thousands of man-hours, engineering excellence and patent approved application. Genesys is a fully integrated Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system capable of integrating multiple systems. Interoperability is enabled from one holistic platform. Genesys v2 encompasses high levels of functionality, exceptional ease of use, graceful redundancy and advanced alarm handling.

The genius of Genesys?

Your security is never compromised becase control is distributed across all your workstations.

  • We take power to your PC and multiply it by the number of PCs on your network.
  • If one PC fails, control is migrated to another PC seamlessly with no interruptions, no downtime.  

The Genesys v2 system works on a network of Windows 7 compatible PC workstation (s). These have overall control of all electronic security systems installed at each site including: -

  • Perimeter intruder detection
  • CCTV and Digital Recording
  • Intruder Alarms
  • Panic/Affray Alarms
  • Video Content Analytics
  • Building Management Systems
  • Electronic Locking
  • Cell Call
  • Fire Detection
  • Intercoms
  • Public Address
  • Trunked Radio
  • Radio Paging
  • Staff Safety Systems
  • Guard Tour

…from multiple manufacturers from a single software platform. We work with your manufacturers or recommend our partners.

Download the Genesys Brochure (PDF)

“The patented Genesys  v2  utilises the latest Microsoft .NET platform and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) for an enhanced graphical user experience and includes migrating Driver redundancy technology, with the ability to distribute the Driver interfaces across the network as each Genesys workstation can run individual Drivers. This also allows any of the Genesys workstation(s) on the network to become a master for both the Drivers and the database.”

David Jenkins,
Managing Director ISM