- Integrating Security
- Analytics in the Dark
- A Full Spectrum
- An Eye on Farming
- A Known Leader
- Juvenile Security
Thermal security cameras with analytics—superior perimeter protection
The adoption of thermal cameras in mainstream security has increased considerably over the last decade, and Oregon-based FLIR Systems has been a leading innovator in the industry.
Tying checkpoint screening into the control center
Security checkpoints are some of the most publicly visible and heavily used components of today’s security infrastructure. Whether airports, stadiums, ports or border transit points, in many ways checkpoint technology is the linchpin for effectively protecting people and property.
Prestage Farms rolls out surveillance equipment to keep things in perspective
Although poultry farming has been considered by many to be a relatively lowtech operation, management of Prestage Farms has instead embraced technology as a means of ensuring the highest quality products possible, and they approached Clinton, North Carolina-based security integrator Star Communications for help.
Implementing an all-in-one solution to protect staff and students
As one of the most progressive districts in Missouri, LPS has become a known leader in school safety, implementing comprehensive policies and state-of-the art security technology to protect students and staff.
An abundance of solutions at ASIS 2016
Security is the perfect business discipline. It’s infused with technology, innovation and multifaceted applications that cross managerial, sector and international borders.
Improving public facilities ensures the economic impact to the nation
The Port of Houston exemplifies how vital ports are to the local, state and national economy.
That proxy card or smartphone you are using is probably one of the most insecure devices on the planet. The question most frequently asked is if this technology can be secured.
Products with multiple purposes are becoming highly attractive
Universities across the nation are making safety for their students a top priority.
Although we are part of the news machine, it is hard to know where to begin in recounting the most recent attack in Orlando.
Sourcing the right products for installation can save people money
Cost-saving measures during a security installation usually focus on steps that minimize waste on the job site: reducing packing, speeding deployment and decreasing go-backs. But there’s one area that can help eliminate waste on the job site before the purchase orders have even been finalized.
There is no doubt about it, importance rests in communication
In today’s high-tech world, communication and its intended meaning is often lost or convoluted as it passes through different channels and mediums.
At the peak of Chris Lanier’s security career, he vowed that if he could return home to East Texas (Jasper), and make a living, he was going to make that happen
Campus Security & Life Safety
Control console solves problems at Brunswick school
Maintaining and/or upgrading physical security systems is a challenge for schools across the country, and the Brunswick School Department is no different.
Facing a variety of challenges on campus, ability to connect services tops list
One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to choose an ID issuance solution that allows the card issuer to combine multiple issuance steps into a single and seamless process—all from within the same printing device.
Unifying and enabling communications help plan for effective connections
Technology is changing rapidly, transforming the campus landscape. Mobility trends, real-time, location-based services/global positioning systems (GPS) and even social media are having an impact.
University of Tulsa elevates campus surveillance to an art form with Axis high-resolution network cameras and Agent Vi analytics
With guidance from JTI Security, a Tulsa-based integrator and Axis partner, the university replaced its end-of-life analog cameras with more than 300 high-resolution, fixed dome and PTZ network cameras from Axis.
School seeks to develop a campus-wide security plan to create a safe and open learning environment
With approximately 32,000 full-time students, 16,000 part-time students, and 16,000 staff and affiliates, the University of Sydney faces the same security risks as a small city including theft, disorderly conduct, assault and vandalism.
Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music finds a way to protect audio equipment
Berklee College of Music is home to a lot of talented musicians, but also to a variety of expensive audio equipment.
Prioritize what needs to be done first for a positive outcome
Regardless of whether a lockdown situation occurs because of an intruder, a threat against the school or severe weather, it is important to plan for what happens after the lockdown is initiated.
Outdated systems could not be integrated with new technology
Saint Joseph's University is heading into the final leg of its strategic plan, Plan 2020: Gateway to the Future, which focuses on increased academic distinction, facility enhancements and endowment growth. As part of the facility enhancements, it was deemed necessary to replace core systems throughout the campus that related to life safety and security.