How To Configure The Brivo Plugin For Your Access Control Connection to your Weapons Detection System

Modified on Mon, 19 Sep 2022 at 05:24 PM

1. Log in to the Athena Admin Control Center with Username and Password provided by Athena Support or your organization's admin

Log in at

The Alerts view is the default view for the Weapons Detection System. In the top left, you will see your organization's name. iosapp is the name of our demonstration environment below.

admin console alerts page


2. Click the Third Party button in menu options.

3.Select Brivo Integration 4th one down from the top

4.  Fill out the information on the Brivo plugin page.  

(1.) Title- Create a name for the plugin integration to make it easy to understand. 

(2.) URL of your Brivo API URL if any 99% blank here

(3.) Username must come from your Brivo system that gives Athena permission to send API calls

(4.) Password-Client ID,API Key

(5.) Alert types- Choose the types of alerts you wish to forward, like only Object Detected or a High Temperature, depending on how you have your system configured to run.

5. Click Save and test your integration 

6. After you have it configured please watch this video below to see how you can run a test on your brivo intergration.  This test will simulate an alert that will lock a user in brivo. 

For more info on the Athena Weapons Detection System click here

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