- Data Tells All
- Coming of Age
- Protecting Client Assets
- 360-degrees of Security
- Following the Code
IoT – Security. What are they talking about?
Yes, the world has changed a lot over the last five years and now we’re facing the next big challenge: the Internet of Things (IoT), and how to get it right.
Innovative new systems harness HD quality video to the power of Cellular, Wi-Fi, Microwave and Satellite networks for improved situation awareness and more proactive decision-making
Law enforcement, homeland security, surveillance, emergency response and military operations may span a range of operations, but they all share a crucial need for a detailed, real-time picture of rapidly changing events from various field locations.
Code changes are an important part of access control or egress
There are seven basic code categories for electrified hardware used to control access or egress, and each has seen recent code changes.
Blending access control with video management brings terrific results
TelX helps companies build more agile businesses faster with reduced infrastructure complexity and broader reach to new markets.
The public has spoken. It is clear as day. Mobile is winning. People are increasingly using on-the-go applications in their everyday lives.
Why an ecosystem approach is the way to go
When it comes to cybersecurity the world falls into two camps: those focused on securing their hardware and applications as a closed system, and those who recognize that converging technologies calls for a more ecosystem-centric approach.
Advances in technology have made wireless locks a sound investment
Wireless locks are increasingly becoming the solution of choice in commercial facilities worldwide.
For best asset protection, casinos find ways to gather intelligence and data
As a camera views and records in 360 degrees, a circular, distorted image is produced, making it essential to process the image so that the human eye can comprehend the image easily.
Putting the cyber security world into perspective, and in tandem with the physical security side, takes a little know-how, elbow grease and brain power.
You already know you’re going to put some of that expensive security equipment outside in the elements. You also know how brutal the elements can be on sophisticated electronic solutions.
Passenger security can be a nightmare (Orlando, for example), but it’s nothing like the adventure your luggage will experience. In Quebec, luggage moves through six layers of security. One of the steps, if necessary, will be a manual search.
Ensuring recurring card and reader income while helping customers
As any security dealer or integrator knows, there are two revenue results of making an access control sale: the proceeds from the original sale itself and the potential recurring revenue that can be wrought from the sale down the road.
Designing for the future with the power of choice
Customers looking to invest in a network- based physical security system have many more options than the traditional analog world used to provide.
In the security industry, a completed camera installation, active access control platform, and all its moving parts are nothing short of a work of art.
Campus Security & Life Safety
Identity management systems are centralized within mobile platforms
Now that mobile identities can be carried on phones for physical security applications, they are merging with smart cards into centralized identity management systems.
560-acre downtown campus invests in unified security platform to heighten campus security over time
With almost 33,000 students and just under 5,000 academic and administrative staff, BYU takes its responsibility to provide a secure environment for students, staff and visitors very seriously.
New York integrator secures the tallest campus residential hall in the world and takes security to new heights
Business is booming in higher education, and campuses all around the country are stepping up to the challenge to enhance security.
Putting a stop to propped doors
A top tier university serving more than 40,000 students needed a cost effective way to improve the level of security at its non-card access controlled doors.
Driving demand for better video coverage at schools
School surveillance continues to be one of the most important markets for video surveillance, And with good reason.