Paxton’s net10 building automation solutions brings together access control, video management and building control, and in 2016 the system lifted a Benchmark Innovation Award. Now Paxton has launched a number of system upgrades, and this is coinciding with a rebranding exercise for the flexible system.
Paxton has introduced a number of improvements as part of the latest software release for its integrated building intelligence system. Originally launched as net10 – a name which had echoes of the company’s established Net2 access control range – the upgrades coincide with a rebranding exercise which sees the intelligent building management system relaunched as Paxton10.
The software update introduces a new user interface and also adds a number of features to improve the navigation. The Paxton10 platform interface is built using HTML5 technology and so has a flexible but user-friendly design.
Paxton10 is a fully integrated building intelligence system providing security, convenience and energy efficiency. It has been designed to manage access control, IP video management and building automation as standard and can interface with existing building infrastructure to control lighting, heating, air conditioning, intruder and fire alarms.
The system is compatible with a wide range of video devices, enabling live viewing and recording of video footage.
New features include upgraded system health information, including the ability to view offline devices from the homepage.
Access control events can be viewed in a simple table format. It is now alos possible to allocate multiple access levels to users, as well as granting software and building permissions to a user’s record.
Additional features are due to be released in the near future to keep the Paxton10 platform at the fire front of integration.