The Little Rock School District is upgrading its camera system, replacing 1,326 cameras throughout the district.
Imagine, a campus security installation so big that it will take years to complete all the work, and it also means installing solutions with the latest technology and greatest impact to school security.
Some of the major requirements DPS needed in their access control system included flexibility and scalability. After much research, DPS discovered Open Options and named them as their access control partner of choice in 2013.
Next week, Lockport City School District will start testing its new facial and object recognition system, Superintendent Michelle Bradley announced Tuesday.
Niles Community Schools plans to use almost $450,000 in school safety grants and about $150,000 in matched funding to install an advanced security camera system in the district.
Holland Public Schools plans to add 109 surveillance cameras this summer.
The Dubuque Community School District is looking to link the security cameras in its schools to the police headquarter stations as a safety measure.
Amherst Exempted Village Schools recently received $40,000 in safety and security grant funds from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
California High School in San Ramon, Calif., will be installing additional surveillance cameras in the wake of four written threats discovered on campus earlier this month, according to school officials.
Mount Royal University is the first organization in Canada to use iCetana black-screen monitoring technology to boost its security.