Physical Security


We Hear You

Granted, a picture may be worth a thousand words, but there are times it is vital also to hear what’s happening to best assess a situation or provide needed information. Law enforcement and security professionals routinely rely on audio technology to help keep people safe during an emergency.

NC State University Upgrades Security with New Turnstiles

Renovation to the D. H. Hill Library includes Lifeline Speedlane Swing optical turnstiles to curtail unauthorized entry with improved efficiency



Zyter ThermalAlert Cameras Go Live at Galesburg Cottage Hospital and Clinics

Zyter has deployed five ThermalAlert imaging cameras in a stand-alone configuration, divided among the three facilities.

A Healthy Dose

Vaping has grown in epidemic proportions over the past few years with schools across the country looking for effective ways to mitigate the situation quickly.

Making the Grade

Today’s college and university campuses are more like small cities than closed communities. Spread over large areas, these campuses serve tens of thousands of students, most of whom live off-campus.

Experts Weigh In: How to Reopen Schools Safely

Experts Weigh In: How to Reopen Schools Safely

Children will be in the first wave of people to come out of stay-home orders put in place to respond to coronavirus.

Hardening Security

Hospitals are where people go to seek treatment, recover and address critical injuries.

Pioneering Integration Services

Pioneering Integration Services

The Nemours Children’s Health System is a national resource focused on providing pediatric medical care, research, education, prevention, and advocacy.

Allied Universal Helps Schools and Universities Prep for Academic Year

As educational leaders continue the challenging conversation about what the new normal will look like for students across the nation,

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Will School Closures Help Prevent Spread of Coronavirus? CDC Guidelines Say It’s Unlikely

Education officials say they are confused by competing guidance coming from the CDC and The White House, some of which states that temporary school closures will do little to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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