SV3® Mobile Includes Vehicle Security Inspection Module Providing Actionable Intelligence
New York, NY (PRWEB)
August 31, 2017
Building Intelligence, a recognized leader in the security industry, released the newest version of its award winning SV3® Mobile with a Vehicle Inspection Module. For facilities that control vehicle access and inspect vehicles upon entry, SV3®Mobile allows the security officer to go through a task list, check progress, and permit/deny vehicle for entry.
The security officer is able to add notes to the results of the inspection report and tie it to the record for that access record. From the feed of a License Plate Reader, the SV3® Mobile application can populate a list of vehicles. From the list or manually, security officers can kick off an inspection looking for firearms, weapons, stolen goods, damages and check a driver’s license against a watchlist.
The purpose of SV3® Vehicle is to provide the facility operator a comprehensive secure access control system for vehicles, vendors and visitors. SV3® integrates into license plate readers, underground vehicle inspection systems and, of course, traditional access control (PACS).
If a security officer marks a positive finding in the inspection report, SV3 can integrate to an alert system sending a message in real time to a command center. Safety Act Designated by Homeland Security, SV3® Mobile is used at campus entrances, loading docks, vehicle inspection stations and at vehicle roadways.
SV3® generates a complete concept of operations that supports business operations, loading dock logistics and maintains records of security protocols generating a safe community.
“With the vehicle inspection feature embedded into our mobile applications, owners and operators are able to discovery and share actionable intelligence from anywhere. The decisions at the gate or at the loading dock have operational consequence, and good decisions are evidenced in a complete vehicle log. With SV3®, facility operators as well as security officers, enhance their situational awareness with a deeper understanding of what decisions are made and who made them. The accountability and visibility of an inspection process can be a…