With so many emergency situations in school environments over the past decade, ensuring your school has proper communications during an emergency is key.
The Washington Dept. of Transportation’s Shoreline Traffic Management Center (TMC) is one of six regional operation centers of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) used to make Washington’s roads more safe and efficient. When the TMC outgrew its building – as well as the size of its roadway monitoring system – the staff realized it was time not just for a physical upgrade, but a technological one, too.
Updates to safety-focused building codes NFPA 72 and 2015 International Business Code mean proper responses to emergency situations.
The latest Fire-Lite Endurance Series panels from Honeywell offer built-in dual path communications, programmable buttons and support for combined fire and CO addressable detection.
The new DSC LTE Universal and Powerseries Neo LTE alarm communicators ensure compatibility with modern cellular networks.
A new On-Button Lock-Down system from IntraLogic Solutions was developed after the Sandy Hook shooting in order to lock down schools in seconds.
Dealers and integrators can now remotely program the device via Bosch’s Remote Programming Software (RPS) and have the option to use the Bosch Remote Connect Cloud Service to connect to it for their customers.
A+ Technology added the virtual reality component due to the growing number of active shooter incidents, aggression and bullying in school.
The unique approach to smoke detection at Clemson University’s football practice facility improves fire protection while dramatically lowering cost.
Thankfully the Hawaii emergency notification of ballistic missiles was a mistake, but we should all learn about the use of proper systems from the fiasco.