In dangerous situations such as fires, it is important to keep track of what’s going on, and to be able to respond as quickly as possible. The wide variety of technical systems and equipment used in today’s buildings calls for a modern, comprehensive safety and security concept. Effectively coordinating all systems through a single control unit is the only way to ensure maximum transparency while preventing security risks. The VisuLAN® X3 risk management system helps make this happen by combining a wide range of security-related systems into a single control interface.

The software provides a comprehensive user interface for monitoring all safety, building-services, and communications technology as well as IT infrastructure centrally. Scenarios for any number of different danger situations are defined in advance, along with specific responses and counteractive measures. That way, if a fire breaks out, a break-in occurs, or a technical system fails, it is possible to react appropriately within seconds. Processes are coordinated in order to reduce the possibility of operator error. VisuLAN® X3 works equipment- and manufacturer-independently, and offers a variety of interface modules so that different systems can be combined effectively.

 

Minimise damage with the VisuLAN® X3 risk management system

Functional principle

The VisuLAN® X3 open software platform integrates all building and risk management systems, regardless of manufacturer; it collects event information from various safety and information systems, and displays this information within a central user interface. Users only need to learn one programme in order to manage and monitor all of these technical systems centrally. Because the system is so easy to use, it minimises the risk of operator error even in hectic situations.

Why WAGNER?

WAGNER’s VisuLAN® X3 made it to the short list for the 2016 FeuerTRUTZ Product of the Year award in the category of organisational fire protection.

Advantages

  • Manufacturer-independent
    500 manufacturer-independent interfaces ensure that all technical units can be controlled and inspected by a single system.
  • Structured processes
    Action steps are predefined so you can act correctly in an emergency.
  • Trans-locational
    Trans-locational control unit for multiple independent VisuLAN® systems.
  • Flexible configuration
    The modular system configuration keeps pace with the development of your company: From a single-user system to a networked solution.
  • Redundancy
    Unrestricted effectiveness if the main server fails. The processes are system-secured.

Reference projects

Lenbach House, Munich (Germany): Risk management system protects modern art

VisuLAN® X3 makes it possible to control a wide variety of (often highly complex) systems centrally. This transparency ensures that user error no longer occurs, even in hectic situations.

Wagner Group GmbH

Océ Printing Systems GmbH & Co. KG, Poing (Germany): Manufacturer-independent networking of security systems

Even though our technical systems are all made by different manufacturers, we can control them centrally using a single system. VisuLAN® X3 makes our work significantly easier in that regard.

Harald Metzger, Technical Facility Management, Océ Printing Systems GmbH & Co. KG

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