Redefining Command and Control

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Decentralized, Distributed--and More Than Video Management

What happens when "command and control" isn't confined to a single room any more? What does it mean to have situational awareness capabilities available to you wherever you are? What if you could tap into security assets owned by a third party and share data? Can your video management system be central to your command and control strategies?

These are just a few of the questions discussed in the podcast below. In it, two integrators working with very different types of clients discuss the implications of the power of distributed, decentralized command and control.

They also talk about the role of video and video management systems in the new command and control model, an especially timely discussion given the recent announcement that video management system vendor NICE Systems will acquire physical security information management (PSIM) vendor Orsus. 

The podcast features Tim McMillan, advanced programs-analyst and physical and cybersecurity subject matter expert with the Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services, Security and Citizen Protection organization providing integration to an array of government and defense agencies. 

Providing the corporate enterprise perspective is Pierre Trapanese, president and owner of integrator Northland Control Systems. Also participating is David Fowler, senior vice president marketing and business development for VidSys, which offers PSIM solutions.

Listen to this lively conversation by clicking the link below.


This podcast is presented as a collaborative production by Security Squared and VidSys.

Decentralized, Distributed--and More Than Video Management

What happens when "command and control" isn't confined to a single room any more? What does it mean to have situational awareness capabilities available to you wherever you are? What if you could tap into security assets owned by a third party and share data? Can your video management system be central to your command and control strategies?

These are just a few of the questions discussed in the podcast below. In it, two integrators working with very different types of clients discuss the implications of the power of distributed, decentralized command and control.

They also talk about the role of video and video management systems in the new command and control model, an especially timely discussion given the recent announcement that video management system vendor NICE Systems will acquire physical security information management (PSIM) vendor Orsus. 

The podcast features Tim McMillan, advanced programs-analyst and physical and cybersecurity subject matter expert with the Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services, Security and Citizen Protection organization providing integration to an array of government and defense agencies. 

Providing the corporate enterprise perspective is Pierre Trapanese, president and owner of integrator Northland Control Systems. Also participating is David Fowler, senior vice president marketing and business development for VidSys, which offers PSIM solutions.

Listen to this lively conversation by clicking the link below.


This podcast is presented as a collaborative production by Security Squared and VidSys.

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