Aventura PSIM Professional Software

The comfortable and flexible solution for larger installations

Aventura PSIM Professional Software is a distributed system with up to 15 clients, 25,000 datapoint units and 15 interfaces. The development of new interfaces is possible. Aventura PSIM Professional Software is designed to offer multiple redundancy levels to always ensure the high availability of the security and building management platform. Thanks to Hot Standby, the system functionality is kept even if a central component fails. This is particularly important for critical environments, e.g. in the finance sector, in data centers, correctional facilities or any other highly-sensitive areas.

Application Example

Attachments such as video images and sequences, comments, e-mails, photos and other documents can be appended to incoming event messages.

Project Example

In an automotive plant with almost 10,000 employees, corporate security as well as production processes have to be monitored. Among other installed systems, fire alarm technology is an important aspect, as the production site has its own fire department. The module CAD Support plus offers the possibility to automatically insert all detector positions and attributes into the floor plans. In case of a fire alarm, the corresponding floor plan is immediately displayed in the user interface so that the alarm-giving detector can be precisely localized. At the same time, the camera on site is displayed and the image can be shown via the Video Display e.g. on a video wall. Dynamic workflows guide the user through event processing, whilst automatic system actions are initiated at the same time. Alarms, e.g. via phone, SMS, radiocommuniation or e-mail, can be selected manually or run automatically in the background. A Hot Standby Server en sures the high availability of the system. In addition to the numerous subsystems of building, security and communication management, the connection of superordinated incident management systems for resource planning is enabled via a documented interface.


  • Distributed systems in large-sized installations
  • Multiple redundancy and high availability
  • Automatic insertion of detector positions into floor plans
  • Connection of superordinated incident management systems