The University of Denver is moving to a Software House C-Cure 9000 card access security system as part of a $3.5 million upgrade to the university’s buildings.
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Digital signage is an important tool for crisis management. Here are four ways that you can use your displays to prevent and respond to an emergency.
Campus security is a hot topic when prospective students start looking at which college they should attend. One security method that is still catching fire in higher education is mobile solutions. Mobile solutions are ideal for colleges that have high-traffic areas or large student populations that need more control. They are also ideal for students, faculty and staff that have some type of mobile device glued to their hands on a day to day basis. This guide covers 5 mobile solutions colleges should consider investing in, including apps, megaphones, alert beacons, electromechanical lock systems and turnstiles.
The ACUTA conference show floor is home to these 5 technologies that can increase physical security on your college campus.
BCCLT, Inc. CEO L. Thomas Sorrell talks about how technologies of the 21st century improved security at the University of Kentucky at the ACUTA conference.
To cut back on campus crime, Stonehill College installed over 55 security cameras in areas including near the campus quad, residency halls and parking lots.
A regular video surveillance camera system might not be enough during an active shooting. Brian Armes and Guy Bliesner, co-founders of Educators Eyes, weigh on the top three features security cameras need to be equipped with to stay ahead of the bad guys.
Emergency notification expert Jamie Underwood covers 4 key tips when picking a notification system for your college, including integration, notification coverage, alerting and notifying, and code compliance
Learn the definitive differences between video management systems (VMS) and physical security information management (PSIM) systems.
When considering security methods, campuses must be familiar with the code requirements that are in place to protect students, staff members and other occupants. The major codes colleges need to focus on entail life safety, fire protection, electrified hardware, and more. Even though they are lengthy, these codes are put in place to impact the devices used to secure doors. An understanding of the codes will help to ensure the selection of code-compliant security methods.