NAPCO to Supply Motion Detection Equipment in Houston Schools
Enterprise-wide access control systems will be supplied by NAPCO’s Continental Access Control.
HOUSTON – NAPCO Security Technologies has been chosen by the Houston Independent School District (HISD) to supply security motion detection in all its schools.
NAPCO’s adaptive motion detection equipment automatically selects the appropriate mode in order to optimize intruder catch and reduce false alarms, according to the company.
HISD, the seventh largest K-12 school district in the United States, has secured a bond that would fund considerable spending on upgrading its security needs. Over the next two years, HISD will be installing enterprise-wide access control systems, supplied by Continental Access Control, a division of NAPCO.
NAPCO continues to invest in R&D that will benefit the education vertical and help the nation address the priority of securing its schools, says NAPCO CEO Richard Soloway.
“The Houston ISD project is a great opportunity for NAPCO and is an example of the needs for school security upgrades and new installations across the United States,” Soloway says. “Our products are used in hundreds of schools already and the number continues to grow as highlighted by today’s news of the Houston ISD project. It is a big market with 100,000 K-12 schools and 10,000 Colleges and Universities.”
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