With three hospitals, 15 clinics and 45 buildings, CHA was running about 500 software licenses for access control, and had run out of expansion possibilities.
HighCom Security Services, an Oakland, Calif.-based integrator, oversaw the security upgrades, beginning with a complete risk assessment. The first addition was a facilitywide security camera system.
Vicon delivers Valerus VMS to new state-of-the-art medical facility
New Valerus VMS achieves school’s security objectives
Last week at ASIS, several companies had great products for the Campus Security vertical. Here are just a few of the best items we saw while attending the show.
As security technology and human engagement continue to intersect, it is imperative that campus security professionals make a conscious effort to refine their security procedures
With more than 250 million passenger vehicles on the road in the United States—many of them the exact same color, make, model and year—license plates are critical to ensuring the right vehicle can be identified when it counts.
Video surveillance deployments in patient areas have proven to be controversial among some healthcare groups. Unions and patient privacy advocates have led to limited camera deployments for patient monitoring in some cases.
Over the past decade, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has been working to improve its security management
With classes about to be back in session, several schools are giving their campus security an overhaul