Features and Specifications:
BCS SRS V7 – The core of SRS (Security Report System) is the Schedule Editor, which lets you keep track of your Schedules, Rounds, and Checkpoints. Each Checkpoint has its own BCS SilverGuard button/tag. A Round consist of a set of Checkpoints that must be scanned by the guard with the BCS SilverGuard/Proximity wand. Similarly, a Schedule is a group of Rounds. SRS also lets you define special Incident and Guard buttons/tags.
Incident buttons/tags are carried by each guard, who scans the appropriate button/tag whenever something unusual is detected. Guard Identification buttons/tags allow you to determine which guard is on duty at all times. You can keep track of guard activity with six different reports, including a report of all incidents detected, a report of all missed checkpoints, a report of Start buttons for all rounds, and a Battery Low/Wand Alert report.
In addition to Schedules and Reports, SRS also includes tools for managing your guard tour hardware (SilverGuard/Proximity Wand, Wand Reader, and Button/Tag data) and a User ID Setup Utility. This utility gives you control over which SRS features can be accessed by each SRS user. You can assign each user a password to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing your copy of SRS.