Security software applications have traditionally been built around monitoring through close-circuit television (CCTV) and related software that integrates cameras to observe and detect potential security threats. The use of GIS, however, allows greater enhancements not just to monitoring but also planning and forecasting potential security threats, both from physical and cyber threats.

The field of Physical Security Information Management has seen large growth in the last two decades as security interests have increased. Software responses have included many companies creating platforms that work to integrate various sources of data, including CCTV, life critical systems, radar, sensor, and GPS data from field sites. Platforms such as CNL is one example of how industry has adjusted to the need of integrating multiple data feeds where also software facilitates automated alerts and detection of potential threats, such as encroachment of a secured area, through analytics that look at motion and potential intent.

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Enterprises across industries stand at an inflection point today. In order to thrive in the digital age, technologies such as analytics, cloud, IoT, and automation occupy center stage. In order to offer enterprises the maximum benefit of these technologies to further their business objectives, HCL offers an integrated portfolio of products and services through three business units. These are IT and Business Services (ITBS), Engineering and R&D Services (ERS), and Products and Platforms (P&P).

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The company’s DNA of grassroots innovation, its ingrained culture of co-innovation, and its tradition of going far beyond what is expected to create customer value, clearly differentiate it and gives it a distinct advantage in creating value for businesses in the digital and connected world.