Information to the STAM-2 monitoring stations can be sent via various communication channels: telephone line (PSTN), Ethernet network (TCP/IP), cellular network (audio, CLIP) or radio transmission (via appropriate protocols).
STAM-VIEW is an important extension of STAM-2. It is a solution that enables remote viewing of events from selected station subscribers. Monitoring companies can offer their customers real-time access to transmitted information, including event history. System users can remotely check the status of the system and verify actions of security services at any time. With STAM-VIEW installers gain a convenient tool for maintenance and testing of alarm systems.
The monitoring station system runs in the popular Windows operating environment. STAM-2 software has an intuitive interface, providing quick and convenient access to key information. It allows for the work of many operators and creation of a multi-station monitoring network – with the option of intelligent distribution of events between the stations. This solution also offers differentiation of priorities, i.e. the sequence in which events requiring intervention are reported, with a simultaneous influx of events from many subscribers.
This streamlines the entire event monitoring process, while providing customers with a higher level of service.
Each subscriber present in the system may be assigned multiple identifiers. The monitoring station recognises many code categories: alarm, arming and disarming of intruder alarm systems, failure, end of failure, test transmission, etc.
This allows for precise identification of the type of event, its location, which system component it relates to, who armed/disarmed the system, etc.