Get the FREE InfoComm 2014 eBook from SSI’s Sister Publication, Campus Safety Magazine
Plan ahead to get the most out of your time at InfoComm 2014 with this FREE electronic guide from Security Sales & Integration’s sister publication, Campus Safety Magazine.
Stay Ahead of the Technology Curve with InfoComm 2014: Attend the conference June 14-20 and exhibition June 18-20 in Las Vegas and learn the latest systems and interoperability trends.
For years now, those of us in the hospital, school and university public safety/security community have been talking about the integration of the various types and brands of security and communication systems installed on campus. When achieved, the benefits of integration are remarkable, producing efficiencies and improving a campus’ protection profile.
For example, if access control and video surveillance systems interoperate, security cameras can be triggered when an unauthorized individual attempts to use a stolen access control card to enter a resi- dence hall or lab. Interoperable emergency notifica- tion solutions enable SMS texting, E-mail, digital displays, pop-ups and more to be activated during a crisis via one user interface.
Now, the next step in this evolution is the marrying of security and emergency communications to other technologies, such as audio-visual-lighting (AVL) systems. Campus technology managers and protection professionals who recognize and educate themselves about this opportunity will be in the best position to achieve even greater cost savings and efficiencies for their organizations, not to mention improve safety and security. But where can campus tech managers and protection professionals get the information they need to stay ahead of the curve? That’s where InfoComm 2014 can help.
Get our digital eBook now and learn:
- How to Make the Most of Your InfoComm 2014 Visit
- The Tech Managers’ Essential InfoComm 2014 Curriculum
- Where the Most Important Areas to Visit are with our Interactive InfoComm 2014 Show Floor Map
- How Technology Helps Sports Venues Defray Cost