The partnership between the two services will focus on offering solutions to critical business infrastructure, including defence facilities, government department and agency buildings.
The partnership between Secom and Siemens will include the entire Siemens Smart Infrastructure security portfolio, which consists of integrated access control technology.
The Siemens Siveillance portfolio is already used across key sites in Australia within healthcare, correctional and ports.
The Siveillance suit also consists of an Incident Management workflow engine specifically designed to support security management at critical infrastructure sites.
Jeff Connolly, Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Australia, said the collaboration will help to provide further security to businesses and business infrastructure.
“Secom’s experience in public sector security is second-to-none. We welcome Secom as a solution partner and look forward to focusing together on the critical infrastructure market which requires robust security technology in a dynamic and fast-paced environment,” Connolly said.
Secom offers a personalised approach to security services that includes the engineering design, installation and maintenance of access control, CCTV systems and Type 1A solutions.
Chris Anlezark, Director at Secom Technical Services said that the partnership will provide desirable outcomes for both companies.
“The combination of our local knowledge and expertise in this space and Siemens’ technological prowess and breadth of solutions is a win-win for customers and the market,” Anlezark said.