Crimson Sentinel

Critical infrastructures and sensitive sites are confronted with a large number of challenges in terms of safety standards, risks incurred and potential threats. The same goes for public spaces, which require both responsive and coordinated responses to meet the stakes of securing events. Faced with such daunting task, stakeholders resort to using a multitude of sensors, as well as monitoring and protection systems.

Crimson Sentinel is an operational solution, adopted and exploited daily in complex and critical environments, such as the defence sector. Akin to a digital backbone, Crimson Sentinel facilitates the conduct of operations and the global and centralised steering of a safety and security system.

What is Physical Security Information Management? (PSIM)

PSIM refers to the supervision of all security and/or safety systems deployed on one, or multiple sites, which form a perimeter of intervention.

It allows for the best use of all information at hand, thus optimising the response time when dealing with an incident.

Its open and agnostic architecture means that Crimson Sentinel is able to interact with third-party systems, regardless of their environement or use.
These systems include perimeter, volumetric (interiors) or peripheral equipment, as well as all mobile sensors:

  • video surveillance,
  • intrusion detection,
  • geolocated mobile terminals,
  • access control (intercoms, biometrics…),
  • fire alarms,
  • counter-UAV systems,
  • surveillance drones…


  • Real-time 2D-3D visualisation
  • Alarm correlation
  • Visual verification and incident qualification
  • Task assignment and acknowledgment, logbook
  • GPS tagging of sensors and personnel
  • Information sharing on a need-to-know basis
  • Integration of action sheets, automation of procedures
  • Chat and field data upload (photos, videos)
  • Action logging, automated reporting and replay


  • Shared Common Operational Picture (COP)
  • False alarm reduction
  • Decision aid
  • Improved response time
  • Integration of heterogeneous systems
  • Interoperability between and across services
  • Unique, intuitive and ergonomic interface
  • Specific and customisable symbology
  • Traceability and After-Action Review (AAR)

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