New facility cuts no corners in offering protection
When the new St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center opened in 2011, it came complete with a top-of-the-line fire detection system that had been the focus of intense planning— and not just from engineers and designers.
Hard work proven to be the pinnacle of success
It all started in Boston—a young, motivated inventor trying to meet the particular customer demand of a new electric strike design that could handle a 1-inch deadbolt.
Commercial air freight shares common infrastructure access with aircraft security
Globally, air cargo security costs are estimated to be $8.5 billion annually as the focus on physical security best practices has increased dramatically since 9/11. In fact, in 2006, the vulnerability of air cargo security was exposed when a terrorist plot was foiled in Yemen.
New Jersey school improves its locking system
Located about 20 miles northwest of Newark, Livingston Public Schools serve almost 5,800 students with an instructional staff of 524 in its K-12 system.
Choosing the right backbone
When a successful European toy manufacturer outgrew its facilities, it built a new, three-facility campus that included an office along with manufacturing and warehouse space.
Increased control and advanced reporting are critical for a safe facility
Many hospitals are finding it necessary to increase the number of access controlled openings in their facilities.
Which analytics can give you a quick heads-up on potential loss activity?
Video analytics aren’t just tools for marketing and merchandising; these intelligent algorithms can also spot atypical customer behavior that might suggest potential loss activity when viewed by the Loss Prevention department.
Innovative technologies rely on past success to enhance the security market.
Operating in the United Kingdom and America for over 30 years, surveillance technology company Dedicated Micros continues to innovate on a regular basis.
It is a well-known fact that video surveillance cameras can help detect trespassers; however, if no one is looking at the surveillance or if the human element has not been notified of a breach, trespassing can leap to new heights.