New Version of CommandBridge Software

Press Release
Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Mariner Group releases CommandBridge version 5.7, situational resolution software for port safety, securtiy networks

As the American Association of Port Authorities Port Security Seminar and Exposition opens in Miami, The Mariner Group is releasing version 5.7 of its field-proven flagship Situation Resolution Management platform: CommandBridge™, which includes new features such as Situation Board, OneView, Replay and CommandPost.

This software uses advanced software technology to cut through security-information clutter, bring vital data to the surface, place the data in a relevant context, provide a visual summarized operating picture, provide system users various options for action, and allow team members to easily cooperate and share the information inside their organization and with outside agencies.

Steve Dryden, Mariner CEO, commenting on the latest release of CommandBridge, ... "This next step forward enables our clients to achieve levels of performance in Situation Resolution Management beyond anything else currently available.  We have worked hard to listen to their needs, beyond just automation; to envision and deliver entirely new process capabilities exceeding current requirements, ... with an eye to the future."

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