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While it is true that the number of transformative tech implementations at campuses is growing – and delivering impressive results – there are many examples that indicate some new technologies have not quite lived up to their promise. And, there are many reasons why.
Among the advanced security technologies available to address a campus’ needs are body-worn cameras, video with analytics, and touch-less access control solutions. Here’s how they benefit a college or university campus.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted campus life like no other event before it. Some campuses closed completely, others were partially open.
For several years now, our Security Today franchise has published articles about campus security. Eventually, Campus Security & Life Safety began a journey of its own. As the mission of the magazine evolved, so has the content.
The most recent Navigate360 and Zogby Strategies Safety and Wellbeing Poll shows the growing teen anxiety brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on America’s economy, culture and daily life.
With 80 million students in schools across the United States, it’s becoming increasingly important that schools take advantage of the rapidly advancing technology available to them.
With cold weather on the horizon, the likelihood of accidents caused by slick conditions will be increasing, creating yet another safety concern for schools to manage during the pandemic.
Advances in IP technology have greatly improved physical security solutions and have allowed the industry to move toward getting systems to work together. fiis has been especially important for large corporate, health and educational campuses.
Protecting campuses, including schools, hospitals, business parks and distributed facilities, means managing an incredible number and variety of security sensors.
Organizations of every kind, particularly higher education campuses, were forced to navigate and adjust to several changes throughout 2020.
Mobile technology in access control applications is a growing trend and schools and integrators are well-positioned to take advantage of its benefits.
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership at the private college began exploring how they could safely resume on-campus classes in the fall of 2020 and maintain operations should isolated parts of the community contract COVID-19.