Prior to installing the Boom Edam Speedlane 996DA optical turnstiles, North Carolina State University had difficulty monitoring and controlling access to the college's gymnasium and Carmichael recreational center because students and faculty only had to display IDs to gain access to the main entrances at both facilities.
SSI Staff · September 25, 2014
Allegion, among the industry's foremost electronic access control solutions providers, will provide insights into its latest offerings as well as offer mindshare on one of the industry's leading vertical markets — educational institutions.
Scott Goldfine · September 24, 2014
The new security technology developed by Net Talon allows Southwestern High School to be connected with the Shelby County dispatch center.
SSI Staff · September 11, 2014
The school district’s elementary schools would be outfitted with new video surveillance and fire alarm systems, among other upgrades.
SSI Staff · September 09, 2014
About half of the buses operated by the School Board of Highlands County in Sebring, Fla., have security camera systems that use video cassette recorders.
SSI Staff · August 12, 2014
All Mobile County School System schools will have video surveillance cameras when the new semester begins.
SSI Staff · August 07, 2014
The Campus Safety Conference offers training and networking for K-12 and university buyers of security technology and services. Learn about sponsorship opportunities here.
SSI Staff · May 12, 2014
St. Eugene School, a Catholic school near Milwaukee, had no idea how many keys to its facility were handed out over the years. In vital need of a security upgrade, an integrator selected a Web-based access control system to fulfill the client’s needs while heeding strict budget limits. Learn how Munger Technical Services got the job done successfully, with plans to grow.
Rodney Bosch · April 21, 2014
Scheduled for July 31 to Aug. 1 at the University of Southern California, the Campus Safety Conference will present information on the latest campus safety and security products and services.
Robin Gray · April 07, 2014
The $3.7 million video surveillance upgrade is Baltimore County Public Schools' response to a 2012 shooting that injured a student inside Perry Hall High School.
SSI Staff · March 26, 2014